Sony Unleashes the a7R III -- 10fps 14bit RAW, 4K HDR Video, Dual Card Slots, 2x Battery Life!

UPDATE: Pre-orders are up HERE on!!!

Sony unveiled the a7R III at PhotoPlus in NYC today, and while it may look the similar to, and feature the same 42.2 MP BSI full-frame 35mm Exmor R CMOS sensor as, the a7R II, this is a very different camera thanks to an all-new circuit design, processor, and CPU, which improves speed, processing, and dynamic range. Plus, we're getting dual SD card slots, double the battery life versus the Mark II, improved autofocus for still and video recording, and up to 10fps 14bit uncompressed RAW image shooting with 15-stops of dynamic range, 5-axis in-body image stabilization and 4K video recording with S-Log3 AND in-camera HDR!

Oh, and we haven't even talked about the 169.6 MEGAPIXEL Pixel Shift Multi Shooting mode, which is insane.

In other words, when I said in my Nikon D850 review that they (Nikon) needed to figure out phase detection autofocus and jam that awesome camera's features into a mirrorless body with in-body image stabilization, what I didn't know last month that I was imagining the a7R III.

Bravo, Sony!




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