A7R III Full Specs – King of Mirrorless Full Frame Camera

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A7R III Full Specs – King of Mirrorless Full Frame Camera

If you have been following footprint of camera manufacturer like Canon, Nikon and Sony you will realize Sony has emerged as a strong player in full frame mirrorless cameras. Big and heavy bodies from Canon and Nikon were the only option for professional and enthusiast photographers like me. Since Sony introduce A7R series of full frame couple of years ago it was perceived as a toy camera in full frame world especially by professional and reason to that was that camera need to improve a lot to match requirements of professionals. A7II address some issues then followed by A7RII which was I would say the first step towards attracting professionals to full frame mirrorless.

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But still, A7RII was not seriously welcomed by event and wedding photographers due to lack of dual memory card slot and smaller battery. Sony has been listening to its customers carefully and shows first improvement in Sony A9 which is launched a few months ago and now sony has updated it A7R III which is in my point of view the best mirrorless camera today. It is serious update and will probably let professional think again about mirrorless technology. Here are some quick updates on specs.

 

A7R III Full Specs

Dual media slots, UHS-II support

Dual media slots, UHS-II support

Source: Sony official website

With two media slots, including one that’s UHS-II-compatible for fast data writing, the α7R III can simultaneously or relay record, separate RAW/JPEG data and stills/movies, and copy data between cards.

Bigger battery (x3 as compare to A7R II)Extend shooting to professional length

Source: Sony official website

Pixel shift technology ( For high-resolution photos)5-axis optical in-body image stabilization

Source: Sony official website

USB Type – C for tethering USB 3.1 Gen 1 for fast data transfer

Source: Sony official website

10 Frames per second Raw shooting

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Source: Sony official website

Sony A7R III fills all the major gaps which A7R II has and on top of that considering A7R III full specs it feels quite a good camera and tough competitor to Nikon D850 which is also recently launched. We will see how Sony a7R III perform in a real-world test. A7R 3 no doubt is going attract many new and professional photographers to mirrorless and innovative technology in the world of full-frame photography.

42.4 MP full-frame Exmor R™ CMOS sensor42.4MP full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor

Source: Sony official website

 The Exmor R sensor’s back-illuminated, gapless on-chip lens design increases light sensitivity and provides wide dynamic range, despite its high resolution of 42.4MP

Greatly enhanced image processing

Greatly enhanced image processing
Source: Sony official website

A new front-end LSI and BIONZ X™ boost processing speed and are teamed with the Exmor R™ sensor to deliver up to 15-stop dynamic range at low ISO sensitivity for stills, enabling richer tonal expression.

Wide standard ISO 100-32000 range

Wide standard ISO 100-32000 range
Source: Sony official website

The standard ISO range has been extended to ISO 100-32000 (expandable to ISO 50-102400), and noise has been reduced by as much as a full stop in the mid sensitivity range.

14-bit RAW output for rich gradations

14-bit RAW output for rich gradations

Source: Sony official website

14-bit RAW format output contains rich tonal information from highlights to shadows and is available even when shooting in silent or continuous mode.

[1] Image sensor
[2] The latest high-speed front-end LSI
[3] 16-bit image processing

Shoot up to 76 images continuously

Shoot up to 76 images continuously
Source: Sony official website

Capture up to 76 compressed RAW or JPEG images in a continuous burst.  This allows you to confidently concentrate on burst shooting without distraction.

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