I recently sold my Sony A7ii and picked up the Sony A7iii. The low light performance and 15 stops of dynamic range were the big selling points for me. The majority of my photos are automotive and night photography, in particular long exposure. The first few nights after getting the camera, I decided to walk around Granville Island in the evening and see what the camera could do handheld at high ISO. Most of the following photos were handheld with one or two taken as a long exposure. I didn’t bother bringing my tripod so if I was able to find a flat surface, I would just use that to stabilize the camera for longer exposures.
The three images above were taking with a Canon FD 50mm f/1.4 adapted to the emount. That’s the great thing I love about the Sony cameras. I can adapt my vintage lenses to be used which lets me take advantage of my collection of prime lenses. The rest of the photos below was taken with the Sony 28-70 kit lens. I was still impressed with it.
I went back a few weeks later to shoot with the Sony 28mm f/2 lens that I just picked up. Again I didn’t bother taking out my tripod and used some flat surfaces when I could.