Sony A7III announcement date is rumored to take place in the near future as sources claims the mirrorless shooter will be the mini Alpha A9.
The replacement to the A7 Mark II camera to be a trimmed down version of the A9 borrowing many of the features with a lower price tag.
As a result the mirrorless camera will have a 24-megapixel full-frame sensor and the 693-point AF system found on the A9. Let’s look at the details before the Sony A7III announcement happens.
Sony A7III announcement event allegedly happening soon
The Sony Alpha 9 is the company’s first camera aimed at professional wedding, action and sports photographers. It’s a full-frame mirrorless camera that can shoot at 20 frames per second with full autofocus.
Unlike the amazing 20fps electronic shutter on the mirrorless sports camera, the Sony A7III will have only 6fps.
Rumored Sony A7III specifications:
- 6fps with mechanical shutter
- ISO up to 51200 (expanded to ISO 204800)
- 693 phase detection AF (the same Sony A9)
- minimum focus sensitivity is EV-3
- 4k 30p recording
- do not have dual SD card slot
When it comes to the price tag, the mirrorless shooter will probably cost around $2000. The Sony A7III announcement is expected to be sometime in October-November timeframe.
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