Sony is rumored to announce the Mark III version of its A7-series full-frame E-mount camera this Fall. The Alpha A7III specs to feature the same 24-megapixel sensor and AF system from the high-end Sony A9 camera.
Sony is planning to release more E-mount bodies by the end of this year. One of them is allegedly the Sony A7 Mark III, which will take the place of the A7II.
According to recent rumors, the A7III specs will have the same sensor and autofocus system of the Alpha A9 but unlike the flagship shooter the A7III will not have a higher burst rate. More details after the break!
Sony A7III Specs to Feature 24MP Sensor and AF system of A9
The Sony A7II is the first full frame mirrorless camera to employ a 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization system. It comes with a 24-megapixel sensor, maximum ISO of 25,600, tilting display on the back.
When we look at the rumored A7III specs, we can say the upcoming camera will be a budget-friendly Sony A9. Even the sensor will be the same resolution as 24-megapixel, we can easily say that it will come without the crazy 20fps frame rate.
It’s also unclear if the A7III will have the same body design of the A9 or maintain the current A7II body. The full frame mirrorless camera to be announced this Fall sometimes between October-November timeframe.
Rumored Sony A7III Specs:
Here are the rumored Sony A7III specs we’ve posted so far.
- 24.3-megapixel image sensor
- 4K video recording
- Same AF system of Sony Alpha A9
- A fully articulated touchscreen
- BSI sensor
- AA filter or global shutter in silent mode.
- Faster EVF
- Better weather sealing
- Dual card slots
- Price around $2000
This is all for the Sony A7III specs. Stay tuned for more information.