Yes, the difference will be huge! It's 10 years old APS-C VS one of the best Full frame sensor in the market right now.chinaboy1021 wrote: ↑May 30th, 2018 11:00 pmShot some photos with current 10 year old setup (Canon 50D, 70-200 F2.8 II). Photos came out amazing.
Is the A7iii really different? Body + Sony 70-200mm will cost $6.5k. WTF.......I'm just an enthusiastic shooter (10+ years)
The body is well priced, maybe attach a 55mm Zeiss for like 1.5k extra. But to replace the Canon 70-200 F2.8 ii with Sony equivalent, it's making me second guess this whole "switch to Sony" thing.
$6.5k for just some photos...
Any cameras from 4-5 years ago will be a huge improvement for you. The biggest changes will be the extra features mirrorless cameras provide, like EVF, focus peaking, etc.
$6.5k is a lot of money and you're the only one who can judge if it's worth it or not.
I'm also like you, doing picture for fun, capturing moments. I have a Nikon D610 that has amazing IQ, only a bit less good than the A7III, but I use it the least. I'll pick one of my APS-C cameras first most of the time because image quality isn't even an issue anymore now a day. Being more portable and fun to use are my biggest criteria. I'll get a $6.5k set up only if I'm doing a paid work, but I don't do paid work. My pictures are shared via FB and Instagram so I don't even pixel peep anymore.