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New Sony interview explains why A7rIII has same Megapixel number and no body size increase

By SonyAlpha Admin

Hiroyuki Matsushita, Yasuyuki Nagata and Hirokuni Miya Imaging Resource interviewed three Sony managers We always listen to customers feedback Only few customers asked for a resolution increase. That’s why the A7rIII still has the same Megapixel number as the A7rII: “yes, some customers want even higher megapixels. But a majority of customers requested different areas […]

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Everything We Know About the New Sony a7R III 4K Full-Frame Camera

By Daron James

Sony unveils the 42.4 MP a7R III mirrorless 4K camera.

As rumored, Sony has announced the a7R III, a 35mm full-frame 42.4 MP mirrorless 4K camera with a back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor. While the sensor is nearly identical to the a7R II, Sony improved 4K UHD shooting with a brand new Hybrid-Gamma Log profile and 15-stops of dynamic range. Sony is also claiming it has reduced noise reduction almost a full stop compared to the a7R II.

4K video

The a7R III offers internal 4K (3840×2160 pixels) in multiple frame rates up to 30 fps. When shooting in Super 35mm, the camera uses full pixel readout without pixel binning to collect 5K (15-megapixel), oversampling to produce its 4K footage. 4K recording has also been improved in the mid to high levels to use the entire full-frame sensor width. The a7R III can also record Full HD up to 120 fps. UHD 4K movies and lower-resolution proxy movies can also be simultaneously recorded.

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