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    Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 – which Sony full-frame camera should you buy?

    | News | 17/04/2014 00:01am
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    Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 04 Continuous shooting and battery life

    Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: Continuous shooting

    Smaller raw files and a faster sensor read speed enable the new A7s to match the A7 when it comes to burst speed.

    Both the Sony A7s and A7 can hit a continuous shooting speed of 2.5fps, which increases to 5fps in Speed Priority mode.

    The large file sizes of the Sony A7R mean that it’s capable of a continuous speed of just 1.5fps in normal shooting mode, increasing to 4fps in Speed Priority.

    The Sony A7s uses the same NP-FW50 battery as the A7/R but puts in a better battery life performance.

    Sony claims the A7s’s battery lasts for approximately 320 shots when using the viewfinder and 380 shots with the LCD screen when shooting stills.

    That’s a marked improvement over the A7R and A7, which have been measured at around 270 shots (viewfinder) and 340 shots (LCD screen) according to Sony.

    Disappointingly, for a camera that’s so focused on film-making, the Sony A7s doesn’t see quite the battery performance boost when it comes to continuous movie recording.

    According to Sony, the A7s offers approximately 90 minutes of continuous recording – that’s the same as the A7R and 10 minutes less than the A7.

    It’s a given that you’ll need a bag of spare batteries if you plan on doing day-long video shoots with the A7s.

    PAGE 1 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 01 Sensor resolution and ISO
    PAGE 2 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 02 Video
    PAGE 3 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 03 Design and build quality
    PAGE 4 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 04 Continuous shooting and battery life
    PAGE 5 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 05 Autofocus and metering
    PAGE 6 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: 06 Price
    PAGE 7 – Sony A7s vs A7R vs A7 comparison: our conclusion

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