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First 5 Sony A7III accesoires ordered! What are your favorites ?

 
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Jul 15, 2018 06:28 |  #1

Just received my A7 III after I sold my Canon 6D about 5 months ago, it was a long time without a camera :)
I probably can't change my name here anymore but i'm a Sonyman now with adapted Canon/Sigma glass.

I ordered 5 accessoires from Ebay allready :
-Perfeclan 0.33mm Optical Glass LCD Screen Protector for Sony ILCE-7M3 A7 III (€5 for 2)
-PU Leather Camera Case Half Bag Cover Battery Open For Sony ILCE9 A9 A7III H6S7 (€7)
-Silicone Rubber Soft Body Case Skin Cover For Sony A7 III Mark 3 A7II ILCE-7M3 (€7.68)
-For Sony NP-FZ100 ILCE-9 A7RIII a7r3 A9 7RM3Quick Dual Charger Smart Battery (+-€22)
-New Camera Battery NP-FZ100 For Sony ILCE-9 A9 A7RM3 A7RIII A7R3 2280mah (+-€30)

You can find them all on Ebay on those exact same names at affordable prices from China (instead of the real overpriced ones, the camera was expensive enough) :)

First I planned to buy this one, but I got 2cm short for an A7III + metabones V adaptor + Canon 24-70 2.8L MKI
https://www.benl.ebay.​be …m:mArIy4WrMDiKK​BzwdL1SmHA (external link)

There isn't much choice yet as it's new camera in comparison with all the older camera's/models.
What are your favorite accessoires now and did I miss anything ?


Sony A7 III | Metabones V | Canon 16-35 F4 L | Sigma 85 1.4 Art | 70-200 2.8L II
Lighting : Godox AD600B TTL + Godox V860II-S + X1T-S
Modifiers: 60cm Collapsible Silver Beautydish + grid | Godox 120cm Octagon softbox + grid + Speedlite Flash bender
Tripod: Vanguard Alta 253CT carbon

  
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Nov 06, 2019 20:26 |  #2

I use a Chinese manufactured L bracket which cost about 1/10 the price of a Really Right Stuff bracket and, IMO, is of equivalent quality...
https://www.ebay.com …e52ecb:g:PQIAAO​Sw5P1cp12P (external link)


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Nov 22, 2019 14:04 |  #3

The shape of this camera is uncomfortable to hold for a long time, esp if you have a heavy lens such as a 70-200, so I got this hand strap

https://spiderholster.​com …t/spiderlight-hand-strap/ (external link)


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Nov 28, 2019 23:58 |  #4

I also like a battery Charger with two extra batteries, a Sony remote and a couple of SD cards plus a blower for cleaning loose dust from the sensor and a wet swab kit for cleaning more hardened dirt... A CPL filter is never a bad idea and I always want a flash with me. One flash I really like because of its small form factor is the Flashpoint/Godox TT350S. Can't light the world with it but it is nice for fill light up close...

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The little flash is light enough to always carry one with me.

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Feb 21, 2020 01:55 as a reply to  @ RPCrowe's post |  #5

+1 on this. L-brackets is my 1st accessory.




  
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