Sony's new a7S III brings 4K/120p video capture, extended shooting and improved AF

The wait is over: after many months of rumors, speculation, and leaks, Sony has officially unveiled the Sony a7S III. The video-focused full-frame camera still uses a 12MP sensor, but it can capture 4K at up to 120p, features a thicker body design with hybrid card slots, and debuts an all-new menu system.

At its core, the new Sony a7S III features a 12MP BSI CMOS sensor with blazing fast readout speeds and a native ISO range of 80-102400. This sensor, paired with a new BIONZ XR processor, can capture 4K/120p and 4K/60p video at 10-bit 4:2:2 with no pixel binning or line skipping, and 16-bit ProRes RAW video over HDMI at up to 4K/60p.

There’s also a redesigned autofocus system with with 759 point phase-detection AF points covering 92% of image sensor, and the camera boasts a maximum continuous shooting speed of 10fps for “more than 1,000 consecutive uncompressed RAW images with full AF/AE tracking.”

Due into New Zealand Early October

Price $6798.00 Incl GST, and 2 year Manufactures warranty

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