Sony a7S III to Have a New 12MP Sensor, to be Announced in Late July

Sony a7S II

Sony Alpha a7S III is coming very soon. Now, according to the latest rumors from SAR, this new camera will have a New 12MP Sensor and will be announced in Late July.

A new 12MP sensor will be used for the Sony α7S III. This sensor is a high-speed sensor. Therefore, the global shutter is not adopted. Sony α7S III does not overheat and there is no limit to the recording time. Although the Canon EOS R5 has a recording time limit, this new camera does not have such a limit.

The following is a summary of the rumored specs of Sony α7S III

  •  New 12MP stacked sensor with fast readout
  • Full HD 240fps, 4K120fps 10bit 4:2:2, 4K120fps RAW output with HDMI
  • Very similar to α7R IV
  • World’s highest resolution new 9.44 million dot EVF (QXGA)
  • New kind of noiseless passive cooling system
  • No overheating, no recording time limit
  • UHS-II compatible
  • Announcement in late July

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