Sony A7R III Exmor R Sensor CMOS 42.4MP

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Not a few people who expressed interest in the product of digital cameras without mirror (mirorless) the latest Sony besutan or better known as A7R III this. Rely on full-frame 35mm Exmor R CMOS 42.4MP 35mm sensor with non-slit on-chip lens and anti-reflective coating, this camera is reportedly capable of significantly improving light collection efficiency in addition to high sensitivity and low noise performance along with a wide dynamic range.
Sony A7R III Sensor CMOS 42.4MP 42.4MP
Besides being equipped with a new front-end LSI capable of doubling the speed of image sensor readings, the Sony A7R III is also armed with an updated BIONZ X processor engine that is capable of 1.8 times faster than the predecessor machine of its predecessor model A7R II. All these qualified technologies have enabled the camera to gain ISO 100-3200 range that can be upgraded to ISO 50-102400 for still images and also 15-stop dynamic range in low sensitivity settings.
Sony A7R III Sensor CMOS 42.4MP 42.4MP
Sony built the ability to capture full-fledged 42.4MP images at 10fps with continuous and accurate AF and AE tracking of up to 76 JPEG / RAW images or 28 uncompressed RAW images. If in live view mode, the camera can shoot continuously at 8 fps, while the existing 5-axis optical image stabilizer helps to shake or shake the image when shooting quickly.
Sony A7R III Sensor CMOS 42.4MP 42.4MP
The AF system has 399 AF focal-plane phase detection points covering approximately 68% of the image area in both horizontal and vertical directions. A7R III users will also get 425 AF contrast points, which is 400 points higher than the previous A7R II model. Video recording up to 4K resolution is possible across the full width of supported image sensor, while Full HD video recording can be done at 120fps to 100 Mbps.
Support the Tru-Finder viewfinder of 3,686,000 (3,686k) dots, allowing users to capture and record objects more accurately. In addition to images and video shots / camera recording can be directly saved to a dual memory slot with the support of an existing UHS-II SD card, the camera also gets a new software package and can transfer files to a smartphone, tablet, FTP server, or PC via the facility Integrated WiFi.
Scheduled to market in Europe in November, Sony A7R III is reportedly going to be priced € 3500.

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