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This kit includes

  • Sony A7 III Body
  • Viltrox 24mm f2.8 AF Lens
  • Peak Design Slide Strap Black
  • Peak Design Sling 10L V1
  • Lexar 128GB 1667x SD Card
  • Sigma Cleaning Cloth

Sony A7 III Mirrorless Camera & Viltrox 24mm f1.8 AF Ultimate Bundle


  • Screen Size: 3.0" Vari-Angle
  • Fitting: Sony E-Mount (APS-C & Full Frame)
  • Sensor Size: Full Frame Sensor
  • Resolution: 21-25MP
  • "In Body" Image Stabilization
  • 4K Movie
  • Electronic Viewfinder (EVF)

Product code: 124758

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Sony A7 III Mirrorless Camera & Viltrox 24mm f1.8 AF Ultimate Bundle


RRP £2,261 (SAVE £162.00)

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Product Details

Sony A7 III

  • 24MP Full-Frame Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor
  • BIONZ X Image Processor & Front-End LSI
  • 693-Point Hybrid AF System
  • UHD 4K30p Video with HLG & S-Log3 Gammas
  • 2.36m-dot Tru-Finder OLED EVF
  • 3.0" 922k-Dot Tilting Touchscreen LCD
  • 5-Axis SteadyShot INSIDE Stabilization
  • ISO 204800 and 10 fps Shooting
  • Built-In Wi-Fi and NFC, Dual SD Slots
  • USB Type-C Port, Weather-Sealed Design

Back-illuminated 24.2MP full-frame sensor

The 35mm full-frame Exmor R™ CMOS image sensor features 24.2-megapixel resolution, back illumination, and gapless on-chip lens design for extraordinary sensitivity and dynamic range. Two times faster data readout speed is achieved through copper wires and front-end LSI.

Entirely enhanced image processing system

A combination of the new-generation image processing system and a new sensor achieves an up to 1.5-stop improvement in image quality. A wide ISO sensitivity range of up to ISO 51200 is standard, and approx. up to 15-stop dynamic range at low sensitivity settings is realised. Upgraded Detail Reproduction and Area-specific Noise Reduction join to suppress noise and maintain a sense of high overall resolution. Colour reproduction, especially of skin and nature scenes, has also been dramatically improved. The α7 III also supports 14-bit RAW output even during silent shooting/continuous shooting.

Wider, faster, more steadfast AF performance

An evolved image processing system and α9 camera AF algorithms optimised for the α7 III improve AF speed, precision, and tracking performance. 693 phase-detection AF points and 425 contrast-detection AF points provide high-density wide-area coverage. AF speed improved by up to twice and more precise AF tracking performance let you capture and maintain focus on a quickly moving subject in unpredictable motion. The α7 III also autofocuses reliably down to EV-3 brightness.

Focal-plane phase-detection AF supports A-mount lenses

Phase-detection AF can operate even when an A-mount lens is mounted to the α7 III via an LA-EA3 adaptor. The 693-point focal-plane phase-detection AF system provides wide-area coverage, fast response, and high-performance tracking.

Eye AF now supporting AF-C

Eye AF newly supports AF-C mode with greater precision that dramatically enhances portrait shooting, plus higher AF speed that makes it easier to shoot a portrait of a moving subject, even if the subject looks down and away from the camera, or is backlit with face in partial darkness. The α7 III supports Eye AF for A-mount lenses mounted via an adaptor.

Enhanced operability for continuous shooting

Images captured in continuous shooting mode can be displayed as a group, and such groups can be deleted or protected in one quick operation. Furthermore, with higher burst capacity and UHS-II media compatibility, the camera significantly streamlines the operation of writing data to memory cards. The Fn button and menu button can be operated to change settings immediately after continuous shooting, while data writing is in progress.

Up to 10 fps with AF/AE tracking

With a new shutter charge unit and image processing system refinements, the α7 III can shoot continuously at up to 10 fps with AF/AE tracking (up to 8 fps with minimal display lag in live-view continuous shooting mode) for easy, the stable shooting of even intensely active subjects. Up to approximately 177 JPEG images (standard) in full resolution, 89 compressed RAW images, or 40 uncompressed RAW images can be captured in one continuous burst. An electronic shutter allows silent, vibration-free shooting of wildlife and other sensitive situations when even slight noise can mean missing an ideal shot.

Anti-flicker shooting

Flicker from fluorescent and other artificial lighting is automatically detected and shutter action is timed to minimise the flicker’s effect on still images. This suppresses exposure and colour anomalies at the top and bottom of images shot at high shutter speeds, as well as exposure and colour inconsistency between continuous shots, so you can take images indoors with more confidence.

Supports a wide range of needs in HDR movie production

Supporting a wide range of HDR movie production needs, the α7 III offers S-Log3 as well as S-Log2 gamma curves, for great flexibility to fine-tune images as desired through colour grading operation in post-production, and a new HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) picture profile for instant HDR workflow. However, colour grading is not required to enjoy instant playback of high-quality, true-to-life images with no blocked shadows or blown highlights on an HDR (HLG) compatible TV.

Touch screen LCD for easy instant focus operation

A 3.0-type 922K-dot LCD screen offers touch screen operation and bright, clear, finely detailed views even outdoors. Use Touch Focus to focus instantly on a point that you touch on the screen and TouchPad to drag the focus frame with a fingertip on the LCD as you monitor the shot through the viewfinder. This LCD tilts up by as much as 107°, and down by as much as 41° for flexible, convenient camera holding and shot monitoring.

In-body 5-axis image stabilisation with a 5.0 stop shutter speed advantage

This comprehensive system compensates for five types of camera shake that tend to blur images: pitch/yaw shake when shooting at longer focal lengths; X/Y shake in close-up (including macro) shooting; and roll shake when recording stills at night and movies. It effectively achieves 5.0-stop-faster shutter speed, so the α7 III can take full advantage of its high-quality imaging capability and live-view image performance. Furthermore, it functions with A-mount lenses attached via mount adaptor, as well as E-mount lenses.

Dual slots with UHS-II compatibility

This camera provides two media slots for SD card (UHS-II-compatible for fast data writing) and SD card/Memory Stick, respectively. Two cards in the slots can be used to simultaneously record or relay record data; separate RAW data from JPEG data, or stills from movies; and copy data from one card to the other. The memory card cover is lockable to prevent it from being opened unintentionally.

Product Reviews

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Trusted Reviews

Simply put, the Sony A7 III is the finest example of the most affordable full-frame camera on the market. It’s a sensational camera for the money and compliments the ever-evolving Sony A7-series quite brilliantly.

TechRadar UK

The Alpha A7 III is a brilliant camera that ticks a lot of boxes for many photographers. Sony has taken some of the best bits from its flagship Alpha A9 and A7R III, and distilled them into a single camera that offers a fantastic mix of performance and image quality.


Announcing the Sony Alpha A7 Mark III - Sony had the clever idea of telling everyone, that this was "the b a s i c model" in the Sony Alpha range, and pretty much everyone published this, because it was quite frankly a little bit ridiculous.

Photography BLOG

Sony referred to the A7 III as a "basic model" during their early promotion, whether jokingly or not, but the A7 III is far from being basic. Indeed, it's so well-specced on paper that it surprised a lot of people who weren't expecting such a well-appointed camera, and thankfully that promise has...

Regardless of whether you shoot landscapes, wildlift, travel, sports or portraits, the Sony Alpha 7 III has plenty to offer

Practical Photography

Sony’s game-changer, the Alpha 7 III packs incredibly advanced features into an affordable full-frame body. You’ll find a 35mm 24.2MP BSI sensor, and an outstanding 693-point phase detection autofocusing system, borrowed from the Alpha 9 , as well as the impressive tracking algorithms and Eye AF.

A formidable and affordable entry into full-frame

Practical Photography

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Sony’s α7M3 camera introduces 4K video and boasts improved stabilisation, twice the frame rate of the previous model and a larger buffer capacity.

Camera Jabber

As it was launched in February 2018, the Sony A7 III is getting on a bit but it remains an excellent all-rounder. Its high-quality 24Mp full-frame sensor delivers superb images in a wide range of conditions and its viewfinder and screen provide a good preview so you know what you’re going to get...

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After having four previous Sony cameras starting with the A200, I am blown away with the ease of use and performance of the A7iii, I would prefer a more chunky grip, but that is down to also having a A77ii and A99, which are larger, but that is a minor point that takes nothing away from how...

Wex Photo Video

The Sony a7iii is a great camera. The battery life has significantly improved, focusing options are extensive and sharpness of images (especially with the Sony Zeiss 55mm Sonnar T) is excellent. Colour capture and dynamic range in raw are impressive. High iso images generally control noise well.


I bought this camera since 2 months ago, it bringing me a lot of surprise, even I shooting in a Wedding event, graduation event, landscape or street photography. It bring me to a sharp world with light weight. It's a hard time for my first time to control it, it's more different from others brand.

John Lewis

I've watched, read and heard loads of reviews about this camera and decided to buy it as I'm starting my own photography business. I have to say, it's every bit as good as expected and I've been really pleased with the battery life, picture quality and ease of use (once I got used to the menus as...


I changed from the Sony A7r ii to this model and have been delighted with the way it handles, speed of focussing, image quality, the customisation capability and its pairing with my 24 to 105 Sony lens. The dynamic range and lowlight capabilities are top drawer. I am delighted!

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Excellent camera for pro and amateur photographers alike. So easy to figure out and not to mention very light and comfortable in the hand


Not a camera for anyone who isn't serious about photography. This camera is an investment. It's one of the best pieces of kit on the market and has been a pleasure to use so far. For your average user - it's overly complicated which unless you're a serious amateur or professional you'll never use...


i got this a couple of months ago to make online content with. before this i was filming and take photos just with my iphone and what a leap its been its a great camera for the price super sharp sensor pretty decent low light although there is quite often a purple tint in the dark which is a bit...


After having four previous Sony cameras starting with the A200, I am blown away with the ease of use and performance of the A7iii, I would prefer a more chunky grip, but that is down to also having a A77ii and A99, which are larger, but that is a minor point that takes nothing away from how...

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