ByLinky Johnson 2019-05-07 11940
According to the reported, the development process of the device would have gone through postponements due to discovered overheating failures. However, the trend is that it will finally be made official in the coming months.
The trend is for the Sony A7S III to come equipped with a "stacked" CMOS sensor. In practice, the characteristic implies the position of the components in the device. In this way, the parts would be placed on top of each other in separate layers.
However, sources claim that this new model would be different from the A9 - another that uses stacked CMOS. The expectation is that the camera will support recording in 4K resolution at 60 fps and have an electronic display of 5.7 million points.
To complete, the release will probably occur only after the announcement of a new APS-C mirrorless, which would be the evolution of the A6500.
It is worth remembering that, a little over a year ago, Sony presented the A7R III mirrorless camera, with promise of quality, speed and long autonomy.
What are your expectations for the premiere of the future camera from the Japanese manufacturer? Leave your opinion in the comments below.
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