A bit short of full mark

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Joseph Kerollos New Member • Posts: 12
A bit short of full mark

I came to this camera when I upgraded in Christmas 2018 from Canon 60D. At the time, the Canon EOS-R was also released but it's nothing compared to this.

I am looking at lenses pricing from Canon (R MOUNT) and OMG I think I did a good choice jumping ship from Canon to Sony as I am not a photographer (I make no money from photography) I am just an enthusiast and love to capture professional images of my family without having a photographer with me on every tripĀ 

What this camera is missing is:

1. Flipping tilting screen

2. A sensor shutter so the sensor doesn't get dirty when I am changing lenses!

for me I don't care if the view finder or the screen requires more resolution (I care about the final picture honestly)

The only Camera I would move to (apart from may be in the future A7 RIV after I buy the lenses I want) would be an A7 with a tilting flipping screen and that's why it's Number 1 on my priority list

overall it's such an amazing camera

 Joseph Kerollos's gear list:Joseph Kerollos's gear list
Sony a7 III Canon EF 16-35mm F2.8L II USM Sony FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS Sony FE 90mm F2.8 macro Sony FE 50mm F1.8
Sony a7 III
24 megapixels • 3 screen • Full frame sensor
Announced: Feb 27, 2018
Joseph Kerollos's score
4.5
Average community score
4.6
bad for good for
Kids / pets
great
Action / sports
great
Landscapes / scenery
excellent
Portraits
great
Low light (without flash)
good
Flash photography (social)
acceptable
Studio / still life
good
= community average
Canon EOS 60D Sony a7 Sony a7 III
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