Sony has finally announced the long rumored A7R III, the third iteration and successor to their previous best mirror-less full frame camera, the A7R II. The camera will ship in November this year and will retail for $3200 US dollars.
This speed demon inherits most of its features from the ludicrously fast Sony’s flagship mirror-less camera, the Sony A9, which was announced earlier this year.
The Sony A7R III comes equipped with Sony’s best full frame 42.4 megapixel sensor. It is capable of shooting at 10 frames per second in RAW and JPEG with auto-focus tracking.
Sony A7R III Specs
- 42.4MP back-illuminated Exmor R full-frame sensor
- BIONZ X processor and new front-end LSI
- 4K video recording with full pixel readout, Full HD up to 120fps
- 10fps burst shooting (with auto-focus and auto-exposure)
- 5-axis image stabilization system with 5.5EV-stop compensation
- 399-point phase-detect AF and 425-point contrast-detect AF systems
- ISO 100-32,000 (exp to ISO 50-102,400 equivalents)
- 3in tilting touchscreen LCD, 1.44million dots
- Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder, 3.69million dots
- Two SDHC/SDXC card slots (with support for UHS-II in one slot)
- Pixel Shift Multi Shooting Mode
- 650-shot battery life
- USB 3.1 port