THE Sony introduced the full-frame mirrorless camera A7 III, which comes with a 24MP BSI (backlit) sensor. According to the company, the goal with the model is to redefine the segment of cameras considered basic.
The machine comes with the promise of reduced noise levels and better use of dynamic range offering better contrast or visibility to darker areas, depending on the situation.
"For a long time, 'basic' meant less innovation, less added value. That's the new basic for full-frame camera. We're changing another game in the industry."
– Kenji Tanaka, General Manager of Digital Imaging at Sony
The new camera features a continuous shooting mode at 10 frames per second, double what was possible with the previous generation. In total, it is possible to record 177 JPEG photos before the temporary memory is over.
The model features support for two memory cards SD UHS-II. He also won the Sony A9's 693-point autofocus system, a camera that costs more than twice the price. It able to cover 90% of the frame.
The Sony A7 III has the ability to record videos in 4K resolution, which are saved from a 6K resolution captured image, ensuring even higher quality.
The camera will be launched in April for US $ 2,000 (R $ 6,500 in direct conversion).
Via: Digital Trends, DP Review (tagsToTranslate) tech (t) gadget (t) sony (t) mirrorless camera (t) full-frame (t) sony a7 iii