Decoding latest Sony A7 III camera - KNine Vox
March 4, 2018 Technology

Decoding latest Sony A7 III camera

Sony A7 III was launched this week and it has some brilliant features to offer for our photography lovers. The all new Sony A7 III camera has a mirrorless camera which is full frame and with the help of this feature, the users get an amazing and advanced experience in video recording. With the help of amazing new features, this camera has now got the capacity to give best photography features and the most notable is the burst shot at 10fps. It also gives AF of approximately 93%.

The camera is set to go on counters in the first week of April in the US with a price tag of $1999.

Let’s have a look at the on-paper specifications of this camera:

This device has a 24.2 MP camera having back-illuminated image sensor of Exmor R CMOS. This image sensor has been paired with five-axis optical image stabilization.

The ISO range of the sensor of this camera is 100 to 51200 and it can be expanded to 50 to 204800 when it comes to still images. The sensor also supports a 15 stop dynamic range when it comes to the settings of low sensitivity. What makes this camera faster than the A7 II is the BIONZ X engine that makes it faster by 1.8 times.

As per the claims made by Sony, this camera has the capacity of taking still imagines an amazing 10 fps and any format. Talking about the videography skills of this camera, this camera has 4K HDR support and it also has options for recording video at 120fps at 1080p.

Sony has also provided a type C USB port and it also has an LCD monitor which supports touchscreen. The body of this camera is completely dust resistant and also moist resistant.

We will shortly bring you the detailed video on the use of this camera. We will be glad to read your views on the features of this camera. Tell us what you think about this camera and what makes it different from other cameras in this range, we will be glad to reply your comments.

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