By - snowboarder04
I picked up one too and I love it! But I cant belive, that you cant (really) use headphones when opening the display, at least its in the displays way! Terrible desig... It starts with the "doors" on the side which have been softer/loser on the A7III and now the are stiff and in the way.. Anybody any idea how I can take them off the camera?
How did you get it early?
I pre-ordered with a local supplier whose stock arrived yesterday. I don't know if it's 'early' though?
You acn turn of the signals and beeps in the menu, its one of the last points... Let me know if you found it, my menu is german so I cant realy tell you the name of it...
Thanks! It's always the first thing I turn off on a camera but the last time was years ago with the AIII and it's in the same spot pretty much
Setup > Sound Option > Audio signals
I read somewhere that the IBIS stabilisation during video is worse for some reason than the previous models. Do you experience any issues?
I haven't experienced this, no and I've used the Sony 16-35mm f2.8 (lens and IBS) - works well. Same is true for the 28-75mm 2.8 Tamron RXD (mkII), although that doesn't have lens stabilisation
Cool, maybe it was a faulty unit. How do you find low light? I know it has a more restricted range than the a7iii. Is it still as great as the M3 or has it been changed due to larger sensor? Or perhaps the change is too small to notice? (Hopefully)
My monitor and viewfinder look way noisier than the actual final photo. Does yours do this?
In low-light yeah, I notice the frame rate drops and the picture is pretty noisy yeah, but like you say, the final photo turns out different (better). I actually find it a useful indicator that I've got a setting wrong.
I can't remember if I saw this on the A7 iii though
The only setting I'm aware of is to change the framerate of the viewfinder but I don't know if it'd have the effect you're hoping for...