Sony has been a leading appliances supplier for the Indian market. The tech giant never disappoints with its range of products that are performance-oriented and offer a wide range of specs. The company has once again launched a new product for its Indian market.
The new camera is a part of Sony’s Alpha 7S full-frame mirrorless portfolio. The new camera, dubbed the Alpha 7S III model number ILCE-7SM3 features a brand new 1.2MP image sensor, which is also back-illuminated and covers the full-frame. It also comes with a 15+ stop wide dynamic range and a 4K 120pi video recording. It also features a 10-bit 4:2:2 color depth.
The device comes with a new heat-dissipating mechanism and a dual slop relay recording that enables over one-hour of 4K 60fps moving shooting until the battery ends, which is pretty cool. The new camera is also launched with a new autofocus system and a touch screen interface, and a side flips LCD screen.
Sony has also provided a BIONZ XR image processing engine for its new camera. The company claims that the engine has eight times more processing power and a 12.1 MP back-illuminated full-frame Exmor R CMOS image sensor.
According to sources, the new camera has an ultra-high sensitivity with an ISO range expandable from 40 – 409,600 along with improved image quality offering approximately 1 stop noise reduction in the middle and high sensitivity images. The new 35mm full-frame 12.1 MP sensor in the camera reduces the rolling shutter by three times. The new image sensor also offers a focal-plane phase-detection AF system. This is the first time Sony has offered this feature in an S – Series camera.
The new Alpha 7S III offers in-camera 4K recording up to 120 frames per second along with 10-bit depth and 4:2:2 color sampling.
The new camera also allows up to 4K 60p 16-bit RAW output to an external recorder. This is done via its HDMI Type-A connector that offers additional post-production flexibility.
The new camera comes with two CFexpress Type A compatible media slots that support UHS-I and USH-II SDXC/SDHC cards.
The new feature-rich camera from Sony will be available in India from 14th October and must be on every photography enthusiast list.
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