- Nov 2, 2005
Dust and lightning storm tonight. Sky Harbor Airport
Like them all, but love the top 2!Dust and lightning storm tonight. Sky Harbor Airport
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Yeah, the third one I struggled editing. It’s not quite right.Like them all, but love the top 2!
Yeah, the third one I struggled editing. It’s not quite right.
I think may be dim down the parking lot area a little bit to bring more attention to the cityscape and skies/lightning in the background.Yeah, the third one I struggled editing. It’s not quite right.
I think you should crop the parking lot out.
I try not to crop and reduce the quality.
So long as the lens isn't out of calibration, focus confirm should be just as accurate as AF is, and that's certainly a great shot with some classic glass!
Amazing!Busy season in Phoenix. This was last night. 8/10/2018
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Where is the location for the last shot?
I'm not sure but Sony may be holding the A7S III to drop once the Nikon and Canon mirrorless go live. If both don't knock it out of the park, they may get one-upped by Sony right after release.
IIRC the A7S series has always been about hi res stills. The A7R series I think is the one they target to video peeps.
Hopefully Sony has something special for the A7S III. It's such a limited market, and their video AF tracking is still inferior, that they'd have to make a few pretty big leaps to make it an attractive camera that will move units above and over their current offerings, most especially what would be the now cheaper A7S II.
[idle speculation: they could up the resolution of the sensor to provide sharper results by using multiple Bayer pixel for each output pixel; they could use the A9's stacked sensor tech to eliminate rolling shutter for fast tracking/panning; they could up the internal storage capabilities to multiple XQD slots for high-speed high-bitrate (even RAW!) mirrored recording...]
I think you might be confusing the a7III with the a7RIII. The a7III produces ff 4k video that's a hair nicer than the a7SII and quite a bit better than the a7RIII - no crop mode needed.I think the only things Sony can do to really make the A7SIII better or to leapfrog the A7III is by doing things like upping the bitrate.
The A7SII already does full frame 4k at the best resolutions (it's the only one that can use the full frame and not look bad while doing it, A7III works better/looks better in cropped mode for 4k). If they made it 10bit (finally) or at least 4-2-2 internal that would help it a lot. The problem that Sony has is that the FS5 II only does 8-bit internal and it already costs double what the A7SIII will cost. Not sure if they're willing to cannibalize their own sales.
I think you might be confusing the a7III with the a7RIII. The a7III produces ff 4k video that's a hair nicer than the a7SII and quite a bit better than the a7RIII - no crop mode needed.