This camera sees its price drop on the occasion of Black Friday 2022

What better gift than a camera for a photography lover? With Rakuten and its 40% reduction on the Sony Alpha A7R III, you’re going to make someone happy, whether it’s you or a loved one.

The Sony Alpha A7R III, available on Rakuten, will give another dimension to your photos. With a 42.4 megapixel image sensor and an improved processor, you will have no limits. Image processing gives you high resolution, along with low noise and more sensitivity.

Result: a sharp image, full of details with a good exposure. Autofocus advances stability and speed performance. Continuous shooting up to 10fps is quiet. You will be able to take photos of animals in the wild without disturbing or frightening them, for magnificent shots. On the video side, you’ll have the opportunity to shoot in 4K HDR for incredible resolution and unforgettable footage. It is easy to use with its very intuitive menu which will allow you to configure your camera and save your elements easily.

Photos worthy of the greatest with the Sony Alpha A7R III

With Rakuten, give yourself the best gift thanks to the promotion on the Sony Alpha A7R III. For Black Friday, you will find it on the site at a price of 1,779.99 euros instead of 2,999 euros. To better control your budget, you have the option of paying in 4 instalments. Plus, shipping is free. And that’s not all. If you are a member of Club R, you can credit 135.60 euros in Rakuten Points, to put in your kitty. Indeed, on the occasion of Black Week, the site reimburses you a minimum of 10% on your high-tech purchases. You will be able to use these euros on future orders at Rakuten and their 200 partners. This loyalty program is free. By subscribing, you will benefit from many offers throughout the year and you will be invited to events such as Rakuten Day. With the holidays coming up, it’s time to take advantage.

Click here to take advantage of the offer on the Sony Alpha A7R III on Rakuten

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