Sony A7R III Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Launched With better focusing and longer battery life

Sony has announced the Alpha A7R III, a full frame mirrorless camera with a 42.4MP APS-C CMOS sensor, ISO range of 50-102400 and 4K HDR video. The result is a high-res full frame camera capable of 10 fps shooting with autofocus, 5.5-stop in-body image stabilisation, a tilting touchscreen and an electronic viewfinder. Sony Alpha A7R III is the successor to the A7R Mark II which was launched in 2015. The new model providing a host of improvements like faster burst shooting, better autofocus performance etc. The Sony A7R III will go on sale in November for about $3,200 (approximately Rs. 2,08,100).

Sony Alpha A7R III Features:-

Starting with image quality, the A7R share the same body as the A7R II, with Sony resisting the urge to make wholesale changes, but Sony has found room for a focus point selection joystick, AF-On button, dual SD card slots, flash sync socket and a bigger capacity battery into the same design. The new camera also gets the 3.69M-dot OLED viewfinder from the a9, providing a 1280 x 720 resolution view. This gives you highly detailed images with high contrast and deep blacks through the EVF, particularly during playback.

Sony Alpha A7R III Speed:-

Starting with the main bits, the sensor in the new A7R III is the same 42.2-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, but a series of hardware and processing changes act to get more out of it.

A faster 'Bionz X' image processor which is supposed to be about 1.8 times faster than the A7R II. This allows the new camera to shoot at 10 frames per second with full autofocus when using the mechanical shutter or the electronic shutter.

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Sony Alpha A7R III Autofocus:-
The Sony A7R III retains the 399 phase detection autofocus system of its predecessor, that cover approximately 68 percent of the image area, and 425 contrast AF points ome 400 more than the A7R II. There’s 5-axis image stabilization in the body itself, which offers 5.5 step shutter speed advantage.The screen is also now touch-sensitive and there’s both USB-2 and USB-C / 3 ports, allowing you to power the camera with one and tether with the other if desired. Like the A9, there’s no PlayMemories apps, so you’ll be looking to a third party for an intervalometer.

Sony Alpha A7R III Stable high Resolution:-

The camera's Is mechanism also gets a boost with the 5-axis image stabilization in the body itself, which upgraded to receive a 5.5 step rating, by CIPA standard testing. The full capabilities of the system remain available in video shooting. Pixel Shift Multi Shooting is a new feature to debut with the A7R III, which shifts the sensor in 1-pixel increments to capture four separate pixel-shifted images. These four images can be composited together and processed utilizing the new Imaging Edge software suite.

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