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What's going on hybrid shooters?
It's Jason Vong.
And today we'll be taking an in-depth look between
the Sony a7III versus the Sony a6500.
Two of the best mirrorless cameras
that you can get from Sony right now.
So I'm gonna be honest,
I have not used the a6500 that much, this year
and that's largely because of the a7rIII and the a7III.
It just made my life so much easier
in terms of production convenience.
Before the a7III I was using the a6500 almost exclusively
even though I have the full-frame a7rII.
I took this camera to Japan,
even shot a review with it out there
and bought a whole bunch of APS-C lenses
and I loved every bit of it.
The form factor, the video quality, the amazing auto focus.
It was literally better than the a7rII and the SII.
Well, minus the 42 megapixel from the RII
and the amazing low light capability of the SII.
The thing was this camera, albeit tiny,
packed a ton of pro features you would normally find
in those full-frame cameras that existed at the time.
Like a 120p slow motion, S-log profiles,
in body image stabilization,
continuous high auto focus, et cetera.
So even with the a7III out now, it didn't strip away
any of those amazing features that I talked about.
Those are still there in this camera.
So this video is mainly for anybody who's looking to pick up
either of these cameras for their first time
to see what they're gonna be getting themselves into
or somebody who has an a6500 already,
to see if it's worth upgrading to the a7III.
So in this video, not only will I be going over
the difference in specs,
but also the differences in user experience.
So let's first talk about how they're similar
but also different at the same time.
So they're both 24 megapixel cameras
but does that mean they yield the same image quality?
Well, this is where we get into the difference
between sensor sizes.
One is a full-frame sensor (camera shutter clicks)
and the other is
an APS-C sensor. (camera shutter clicks)
So, the full-frame sensor, is obviously a little bit bigger,
but also produces sharper results, better depth of field
and better low-light performance,
And that's not to say the a6500 is not capable of that.
(camera shutter clicks) If you pair it up
with high quality lenses,
you really know (camera shutter clicks)
your camera settings,
you're in (camera shutter clicks)
optimal lighting condition,
the a6500 can produce (camera shutter clicks)
very similar results. (camera shutter clicks)
Both cameras can shoot videos up to 4K,
30 frames per second and 1080p,
up to 120 frames per second, no cropping.
Now both cameras over samples the 4K footage,
so you're getting really crispy ass
(camera shutter clicks) videos.
Though I don't know why the a7III has a 1.2 times crop
when you're shooting 4K30.
Both cameras have touchscreen capabilities,
which allows you to change the focus point quickly
but I honestly haven't used it as much,
since the a7III now has a joystick and I much prefer
to use that and change my focus points
than touching my screen.
Both cameras have 5-axis in body image stabilization,
though the rolling shutter on the a6500,
is a lot more severe when you're shooting in 4K,
but I have gotten great results hand holding the a6500
with an 85 millimeter lens but I did do steady panning
instead of these fast whip hands.
Feels like I'm doing some sort of
medicine ball exercise right now.
(audible heavy breathing)
I'm winded now.
Both cameras are capable of face detection auto focus
making them great for vlogging
and for talking head style interviews
and both are capable of eye auto focus
making them great for portraits.
So, now let's talk about
what makes them different different.
There are only 425 face detection auto focus points
in the a6500
versus 693 in the a7III.
That means there are more focus points
spread across the screen of the a7III
and it will do a better job at keeping a moving subject
in focus across the screen.
Now the a7III (camera clicking continuously)
is only capable of 10 frames per second
versus the 11 frames per second in the a6500.
To some people (camera shutter clicks)
that one frame per second
makes a (camera shutter clicks)
world of a difference,
but if you're not (camera shutter clicks)
shooting anything fast-paced,
then the difference (camera shutter clicks)
is almost negligible.
Speaking of fast pace, (camera shutter clicks)
the writing buffer. (camera shutter clicks)
Thanks to the new
(camera shutter clicks) Bion-ekzi chip implemented
in the series III cameras, writing in photos is much faster.
Again, if you're dependent on the shot and the speedy
workflow, this also might be something to consider.
Next, let's move on to form factor.
Physical difference, it's hard to ignore.
One is rectangular and the other straight up looks
like it has a giant bulbous pimple that needs to be popped.
You're welcome.
Okay, just kidding about that.
The ideas of mirrorless cameras are that they are
lightweight and much more compact on your traditional DSLRs,
and the a6500 in my opinion,
is the living embodiment of those ideals.
The a 6500 is definitely a lot more low-profile,
travel-friendly camera,
especially when you pair it up with the APS-C lenses.
Not to make the a7III sound massive or anything,
it still loads lighter and smaller
compared to the other full-frame DSLRs in the market.
It's just, in comparison, the a7III does take up
a little bit more room than the a6500
and if you really want to maximize the capabilities
of your a7III, then you would want to use full-frame lenses,
and depending on what they are,
they can add up weight and space.
There are, of course, lightweight full-frame prime lenses
but overall the ecosystem and footprint of the a 6500
and its lenses are much smaller.
Alright, so let's go ahead
and move on to some of the biggest
reasons why I swapped from the a6500 to the a7III.
And it's largely due to convenience.
Now, the biggest convenience,
and I think a lot of people can universally agree on this,
is the battery life.
The new FZ 100 battery holds a lot more charge,
thus making the a7III lasts way longer.
Imagine only having to carry two to three
of these batteries for a whole day shoot
verses eight to nine of these FW 50 batteries.
I don't bring battery chargers to weddings anymore
and the fact that you don't have to worry about battery
is very liberating.
Next up is the screen dimming,
whenever you're shooting 4K videos,
because of the new battery there is no screen dimming
when you're shooting in 4K with the a7III or the a7rIII,
which makes it incredibly helpful
when you're shooting in broad daylight,
especially when you're flying a gimbal.
Moving on to a topic that I know I'll get questions on,
yes the a7III has a much higher heat tolerance level
than the a 6500.
No, I haven't had the a7III shut off on me
because it was too hot outside.
It did extremely well
in a high 80 degree Fahrenheit weather,
shooting 4K for roughly two and a half hours long.
With other cameras, I recommend setting
auto power off temperature to high.
This prevents a camera from shutting off
when a fuse is too hot.
Next up, is a low-light.
Again, if you're caught in a situation
where you have no control of the lighting,
the bigger sensor and the better ISO performance
can come in clutch with the a7III.
I often find myself shooting from day to night,
especially at weddings where it's super bright
in broad daylight outdoors
to really dimly lit reception area.
So the a7III definitely is super helpful in that situation.
Next up, super 35 Mode.
The a7III can use APS-C lenses without any sort of
vignetting problem, but also when you use
full-frame lenses on a7III, turn on that super 35 mode
and you'll get some extra reaches
out of your full-frame lenses.
Next up is the headphone jack, which the a6500 lacks.
This is great for monitoring audio,
which is arguably a must-have thing for filmmakers.
Next up, is something that I talked about earlier,
which is the joystick, and it just helps me
change focus points much easier and faster
and I much prefer this over the touch screen.
Moving on, dual SD card slots which the a7III has
and it's just helpful for having a redundant recording
for professional work or help you sort videos
and photos in two separate cards.
And this just goes without saying,
if you're getting paid a lot of money,
you should have some sort of backup.
Now this actually might be an inconvenience for some.
If you purchase a lot of those play memory apps
on the a6000 or the
earlier gen a7 cameras,
unfortunately you would not be able to use them
on your a7III 7-3 or your a9 or your a7rIII.
Alright, so let's go ahead and talk about
everyone's favorite topic:
Money, and how much is this gonna cost ya?
So the a6500 now has a brand new low price of $1,100
versus the a7III with its $2,000 price tag.
Now holiday sales are coming up and while I can't promise
you that the a7III will be any lower than it is now,
the a6500 might have a slight discount.
Also can't really promise you that,
but if you're in need of a discount
and if you have access to a student ID,
you can actually get either of these cameras for
about 10% off from your authorized retailers
like B&H and Adorama.
So try to check up on that.
The a7III is actually considered
the most affordable full-frame camera in the market
right now and that's relatively speaking.
Especially when you're comparing the other cameras
within the same caliber and those cost me about
three to four thousand dollars themselves.
But $900 is still a whopping difference
between these two camera systems right here.
You can really use the $900 that you save
and get some really kick-ass lenses
like the Sigma 16 millimeter F1.4
and the 30 millimeter 1.4.
And having those set of lenses right there
with your a6500 will give you a very beast combo.
And when you choose to get the a7III
you're also buying into a more expensive ecosystem.
Just to give you guys an idea between the cost
of an APS-C lens versus a full frame lens,
these two lenses that I'm putting together,
putting against each other are relatively similar
in their focal lengths with the multiplications
already added for the APS-C lenses.
So something like a Zeiss 16-17f/4 APS-C
versus a full-frame 24-105,
the APS-C version cost $900 versus $1,300
for the full frame equivalent.
Another example, a wide-angle lens, a 10-18 f/4 for APS-C
versus 16-35 for full-frame,
the APS-C version cost about $750
versus about $1,300 for the full-frame equivalent.
And we haven't even talked about the G master lenses.
The G master lenses are almost double the cost
of the APS-C lenses plus some more.
But if you want to maximize the capabilities
and quality of your a7III,
the G master lenses are definitely the ones to consider.
If not at the very least, get the regular G Series.
Alright, so who should buy what camera?
So for my budget shooters, definitely consider the a6500,
I mean, you can get a lot of great lenses now
for the APS-C Sony cameras for a fraction of the cost
and you can still get some pretty amazing video
and image quality from this setup.
Now if you are a travel shooter, this of course again,
has a much smaller footprint, a lot more low profile
and you're gonna be shaving a lot of weight
by getting the APS-C lenses and this camera.
And for my pro shooters, no-brainer, the a7III.
There's just so much minor and major conveniences
using a camera like this that's gonna save you
a lot of time thus making you a lot more money.
Before I get into what I wanna see in the next
Sony APS-C camera, I just want to give our good friends
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So, before I end this video,
I just want to share what I want to see
in the next a6000 series camera.
Now, these are the things that I would want it to have,
that will get me to shoot with an APS-C camera again.
Now, some people are speculating this camera
will be called the a6700 which is a logical name progression
and there are some rumor sites that are reporting that
it will be called a7000.
Regardless of what it's being called,
as long as it has 4K60 on it,
oh man, game over.
For sure I'm gonna go back shooting APS-C with that feature.
Aside from that, if they start using
the new FZ 100 batteries in that new APS-C camera,
I am all for it.
I already talked about how much it made my life easier
with that bigger battery.
Now some people would want that flip out screen as well,
which I'm hoping they would at least give to something,
to a camera like this,
but I'm not gonna hold my breath for it.
And lastly, and I'm pretty sure they will include this
in the next APS-C camera, is hybrid log gamma.
And in my opinion hybrid log gamma is a much easier
picture profile to expose for and grade than S-log.
So, you're curious about my workflow on hybrid log gamma,
go ahead and click right here to check it out.
Guys, you've been freaking awesome
for watching this entire video all the way through.
Really appreciate it, thanks for watching.
I'll see you guys in my next video.
Peace.
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