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To summarize it in a number at base ISO: 13.6 EV at the pixel, or for a 42.4MP file.

At ISO 100, the a7R III dynamic range tones in your image benefit from the higher signal:noise ratio—even midtones and brighter tones will be more amenable to post-processing and sharpening thanks to being more 'clean' and less noisy to begin with.

The D850 is able to tolerate as much total light as the medium format Fujifilm GFX 50S, as we showed here.

That's what allows one to get unbelievably crisp, 'medium format-like' like files from a Nikon D810 (try zooming into 100% on that linked image and tell us you're not impressed). While in some circumstances the Nikon D810/D850, or medium format, may afford you slightly cleaner more malleable files, the a7R III takes a significant step at closing the gap.

Is it true, or is it like Sony's odd claim that the a7S had 15 EV dynamic range?

Have a look (blue: a7R III | red: a7R II): The a7R III shows a 0.42 EV, or nearly a half a stop, improvement in base ISO dynamic range over the a7R II.

That's not insignificant: it will be visible in the deepest shadows of base ISO shots of high contrast scenes.

It's worth noting our a7R II figures are higher than DXO's published 12.69 EV (13.9 EV 'Print') figures, possibly because they tested an older unit prior to uncompressed Raw and improvements to Sony's compression curve.