Tech News: Sony Is Being Sued for a7 III Shutter Failures

By David Schonauer   Thursday April 8, 2021

A photographer in New York has filed a class-action complaint against Sony for alleged defects that cause unreasonable failures in the shutter of the wildly popular a7 III, notes Fstoppers. The photographer, John Guerriero, calls Sony “the vanguard of the mirrorless camera movement because they’re the most accessible full-frame system[s] on the market” — but then accuses the company of denying warranty claims made by camera owners who experienced “mechanical problems” with the a7 III’s shutter, adds PetaPixel.

Read the whole story at Fstoppers.


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