- Oct 9, 2018
Same thing for me. 5D4 and A7III and a Tamron 28-75. The Sony is nice. Took that camera only on vacation and it performed flawlessly in 5 different national parks and the files are great. The A7III and Tamron were great for all the hiking we did. I attached it to my backpack with the Peak Designs clip and I almost forgot it was there most of the time and we were on some tough hikes in Glacier National Parks and Yellowstone NP. Already started printing large prints today at the studio.
Last August I took my a7III on an Alaskan cruise (had my Canon with me as well) and it was my favorite camera to use aboard the ship and even some non-harsh environmental excursions. My favorite paring was with my Canon 17-40mm f/4. This lens NEVER impressed me on any of my Canon bodies but the pics on the Sony turned out tack sharp (mostly). They were so sharp that I even noticed the lens was decentered with the right side being completely sharp and 20% of the left being soft.
By the way, I'd love to pick up the Tamron 28-75 but it just irks me that they raised the price on it a hundred bucks -and it is STILL on back order. LOL