First Sony A7SIII specs has been leaked on the web. Sony A7SIII camera is on the horizon and said to be in development.
Sony is allegedly working on a new MILC with full-frame image sensor. The Sony A7SIII specs list is expected to include a new 15.4 MP BSI-CMOS Sensor found with LSI.
If true the low-light king will meet the same chip that is found on the new Alpha a6500 camera. The front-end LSI chip gives the camera faster internal processing. This also improves the high ISO performance for both stills and videos and buffer in continuous shooting mode.
First Sony A7SIII specs leaked online
The successor to the A7SII will be called Alpha A7S Mark III. Chinese website CameraBeta published the very first Sony A7sIII specs. Before we jump into the details, let’s have a look at the current model.
The Sony A7SII is a 12.2-megapixel full-frame compact system camera with 4K video recording. The camera provides an expanded ISO range of 50 up to 409,600 (100-102,400 native). It has a silent image capture mode that can be activated for 5fps continuous shooting.
Here are the rumored specs so far.
- 15.4MP BSI-CMOS with LSI Full Frame Mirrorless Sensor
- Variable IR Filter can be used as variable electronic ND filter
- Native ISO range: 100-102400
- Maximum ISO: 409600
- 3″ 1.23million dot articulating LCD screen
- 4:2:2 8bit 4K recording support
Even we see the first Sony A7SIII specs on the web. There is no information about the official announcement date. We can guess the company might show up several new products before or at the CES 2017 event. after the first
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