June 13, 2024

The Mirrorless Sony A7 S III Camera To Be Launched Soon Globally

When it comes to videography and shooting videos for various purposes, DSLR cameras can produce the best image quality, which may never be matched by a regular smartphone. However, the mirrorless cameras can produce better quality images and videos and maybe closer to the DSLR  cameras in terms of results. The Sony “Alpha” camera series has always been preferred by media houses and the YouTube creators for its affordability, availability, and exclusive range of features. Most of the social media influencers, as well as the YouTube creators, use the Sony Alpha series cameras for shooting their videos. The Sony A7 III and the Sony 7R III are two essential and popular cameras of the series for shooting YouTube videos. The next launch of the Alpha series is the mirrorless camera called Sony A7s III camera. The new successor is a lot more efficient, long-lasting and produces higher resolution and quality images than its predecessor.

The Features of Sony A7s III Camera

The newly redesigned sensor of the Sony A7s III camera will have a 12.2megapixel resolution. The 15 stops for the dynamic ranges and the electronic viewfinder with high resolution, can provide for breathtaking photos. The camera could be used for long periods because of its new cooling system, which prevents overheating. Since the introduction of 4K video recording, overheating has been an issue confronting and annoying YouTube video makers, which the new camera will overcome.

Other features of the Sony A7s III include 4K recording (@120 FPS), 10 bit 4:2:2:2 recording, 409,600 max ISO for the night (low light) photography, and an articulated LCD screen.

The mirrorless camera is expected to launch in the last week of July 2020 (around 28th of July). Because it is a global launch, the camera will be sold in India sequentially and in some time.

Vedant Kumar

Currently I'm working as an Implementation Engineer, Started my career as an System Administrator - Linux. Additionally loves to explore new technologies and research about new open-source software that ease the development cycle.

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