Both the Sony a7 III and Fuji X-T4 are the result of several generations of refinement, and they are both highly capable cameras for a wide variety of applications in both photo and video. This great video comparison takes a look at both cameras to help you decide which is right for you.
Coming to you from The Hybrid Shooter, this excellent video comparison takes a look at the Sony a7 III and the Fuji X-T4. Both cameras are fantastic devices; the a7 III was one of the best all-around cameras I have ever used when I reviewed it, while the X-T4 is an impressively capable flagship. Of course, the most fundamental difference between the two is that the a7 III is a full frame camera, while the X-T4 uses an APS-C sensor. Certainly, the larger sensor will give you certain gains, but Fuji’s X-Trans sensor has made huge leaps and bounds in the past few years, and unless you are at the very extreme of technical demands, you are likely to be perfectly happy with the results and performance you get. Check out the video above for a great breakdown of what you can expect from each camera.