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RoamingScott wrote:
genjy wrote:
The A7SIII is a couple generations behind though.

amci4 wrote:
It is basically Fujiís action photography and videography camera. It is pretty much the answer to the A7S III, which is probably better for video, but canít match the stills of the Fuji.



Not really true. It has the modern sony body design, the modern sony menu system, etc, and there aren't many low megapixel, low light video monster bodies in its class on the market.

It's a very specialized tool, though, that has no real relevance in a discussion with the X-HS2. Like you said, that's the A7IV's role.


It does from a video feature support standard. The X-H2S has a ton of video features and support for pretty much every standard out there, far more than the A7 IV. Also, the A7 IVís sensor is nowhere near as advanced as the X-H2S sensor.

If you look at the A7S III vs A7 IV chart below, you can see that the X-H2S either matches or exceeds the A7S III and both are significantly better than the A7 IV for video. On top of that the A7S3 only supports ProRes Raw, where as the Fuji supports ProRes Raw and Black Magic Raw.

Another area the Fuji matches or exceeds the A7S3 is rolling shutter performance and the A7 IV cannot match either. The A7S3 can achieve 8.4ms and thatís impressive! The Fuji can achieve a full sensor readout speed of just over 5ms for 4K UHD 60P and 3.9ms for 120P. The A7 IV not close to either of these (26.8ms) so, Iím not sure why anyone would try to compare this to the A7 IV.

Personally, I wouldnít spend the $3500 on the A7S III if I were a hybrid shooter that wanted the best video and stills money can buy, in a single package.






Aug 06, 2022 at 09:02 AM
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RoamingScott wrote:
genjy wrote:
The A7SIII is a couple generations behind though.

amci4 wrote:
It is basically Fujiís action photography and videography camera. It is pretty much the answer to the A7S III, which is probably better for video, but canít match the stills of the Fuji.



Not really true. It has the modern sony body design, the modern sony menu system, etc, and there aren't many low megapixel, low light video monster bodies in its class on the market.

It's a very specialized tool, though, that has no real relevance in a discussion with the X-HS2. Like you said, that's the A7IV's role.


It does from a video feature support standard. The X-H2S has a ton of video features and support for pretty much every standard out there, far more than the A7 IV. Also, the A7 IVís sensor is nowhere near as advanced as the X-H2S sensor.

If you look at the A7S III vs A7 IV chart below, you can see that the X-H2S either matches or exceeds the A7S III and both are significantly better than the A7 IV for video. On top of that the A7S3 only supports ProRes Raw, where as the Fuji supports ProRes Raw and Black Magic Raw.

Another area the Fuji matches or exceeds the A7S3 is rolling shutter performance and the A7 IV cannot match either. The A7S3 can achieve 8.4ms and thatís impressive! The Fuji can achieve a full sensor readout speed of just over 5ms for 4K UHD 60P and 3.9ms for 120P. The A7 IV not close to either of these, so Iím not sure why anyone would try to compare this to the A7 IV.

Personally, I wouldnít spend the $3500 on the A7S III if I were a hybrid shooter that wanted the best video and stills money can buy.






Aug 06, 2022 at 12:31 AM
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RoamingScott wrote:
genjy wrote:
The A7SIII is a couple generations behind though.

amci4 wrote:
It is basically Fujiís action photography and videography camera. It is pretty much the answer to the A7S III, which is probably better for video, but canít match the stills of the Fuji.



Not really true. It has the modern sony body design, the modern sony menu system, etc, and there aren't many low megapixel, low light video monster bodies in its class on the market.

It's a very specialized tool, though, that has no real relevance in a discussion with the X-HS2. Like you said, that's the A7IV's role.


It does from a video feature support standard. The X-H2S has a ton of video features and support for pretty much every standard out there, far more than the A7 IV. Also, the A7 IVís sensor is nowhere near as advanced as the X-H2S sensor.

If you look at the A7S III vs A7 IV chart below, you can see that the X-H2S either matches or exceeds the A7S III and both are significantly better than the A7 IV for video. On top of that the A7S3 only supports ProRes Raw, where as the Fuji supports ProRes Raw and Black Magic Raw.

Another area the Fuji matches or exceeds the A7S3 is rolling shutter performance and the A7 IV cannot match either. The A7S3 can achieve 8.4ms and thatís impressive! The Fuji can achieve a full sensor readout speed of just over 5ms for 4K UHD 60P and 3.9ms for 120P. The A7 IV not close to either of these, so Iím not sure why anyone would try to compare this to the A7 IV.








Aug 06, 2022 at 12:29 AM
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RoamingScott wrote:
genjy wrote:
The A7SIII is a couple generations behind though.

amci4 wrote:
It is basically Fujiís action photography and videography camera. It is pretty much the answer to the A7S III, which is probably better for video, but canít match the stills of the Fuji.



Not really true. It has the modern sony body design, the modern sony menu system, etc, and there aren't many low megapixel, low light video monster bodies in its class on the market.

It's a very specialized tool, though, that has no real relevance in a discussion with the X-HS2. Like you said, that's the A7IV's role.


It does from a video feature support standard. The X-H2S has a ton of video features and support for pretty much every standard out there, far more than the A7 IV. Also, the A7 IVís sensor is nowhere near as advanced as the X-H2S sensor.

If you look at the A7S III vs A7 IV chart below, you can see that the X-H2S either matches or exceeds the A7S III and both are significantly better than the A7 IV for video. On top of that the A7S3 only supports ProRes Raw, where as the Fuji supports ProRes Raw and Black Magic Raw.

Another area the Fuji matches or exceeds the A7S3 is rolling shutter performance and the A7 IV cannot match either. The A7S3 can achieve 8.4ms and thatís impressive! The Fuji can achieve a full sensor readout speed of just over 5ms for 4K UHD and 3.9ms for 120P. The A7 IV not close to either of these, so Iím not sure why anyone would try to compare this to the A7 IV.








Aug 06, 2022 at 12:28 AM
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RoamingScott wrote:
genjy wrote:
The A7SIII is a couple generations behind though.

amci4 wrote:
It is basically Fujiís action photography and videography camera. It is pretty much the answer to the A7S III, which is probably better for video, but canít match the stills of the Fuji.



Not really true. It has the modern sony body design, the modern sony menu system, etc, and there aren't many low megapixel, low light video monster bodies in its class on the market.

It's a very specialized tool, though, that has no real relevance in a discussion with the X-HS2. Like you said, that's the A7IV's role.


It does from a video feature support standard. The X-H2S has a ton of video features and support for pretty much every standard out there, far more than the A7 IV. Also, the A7 IVís sensor is nowhere near as advanced as the X-H2S sensor.




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