Sony A7 III, A7R III, A9 Slow Motion Settings

Slow motion video can be a lot of fun. It can turn an ordinary action into a fascinating sequence or add an emotional facet to a shot. If you own a Sony E-mount camera from the A7 III, A7 IV or A9 generation, you will find dedicated settings to produce …

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Sony A7 III, A7S II, A7R IV Picture Profiles for Video

On most A7 cameras you will find a setting called Picture Profile. Unlike the default Creative Styles, the Picture Profiles are designed for video use. They come from Sony’s extended knowledge of imagery in the broadcast and digital cinema world, and are the same kind of advanced settings you will find on the company’s professional camcorders and digital cinema cameras.

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Sony A7 III, A7R III, A9 Video Settings Explained

The Sony A7 III sports excellent video capabilities, as do many other A7 models. Thanks to the quality of their full frame sensors, the great high ISO performance and the advanced settings to control the image, the A7 series has become a popular choice amongst filmmakers.

When we pit cameras against one another on Mirrorless Comparison, we don’t do it just for stills but also to analyse the video performance. Here is what we have learned so far about shooting video with the Sony A7 III and other E-mount models, including a few video tips that we hope you find useful.

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How to Set Up and Use the Sony A7 III, A7R III, A7R IV, A9

The Sony A7 III has become one of the most popular full frame cameras on the digital market, if not one of the most popular models in the history of the mirrorless segment. But other products such as the A7R III, A7R IV and A9 have also made their contribution to the E-mount’s success, including older cameras such as the mark II generation.

If you’ve just got yourself one of these cameras, or are seriously thinking about buying one, you may be wondering how to set it up properly.

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Sony A7 III, A7R III, A9 Settings for Wildlife and Birds

Since moving to Wales, I’ve started to take advantage of the nature around me, not only for landscape photography but also wildlife and birds. The latter is without a doubt the genre I’ve focused on more than any other thanks to the repetitive autofocus tests I’ve done at my favourite Red Kite feeding station in Bwlch Nant Yr Arian.

I also had the chance to take other wildlife pictures with various mirrorless systems, and I thought I might put all that I’ve learned to good use.

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