Sony A7S 4K video recording full frame mirrorless camera designed for both stills and video announced a few days ago. Here are some additional coverage from NAB Show 2014 for Sony A7s full frame mirrorless camera.
Sony A7s has been developed along the A7 and A7r cameras and the development took 2-3 years. The camera cannot record 4K internally because of power consumption and because of the heating produced by the large sensor.
The one big physical change compared to the Sony A7 and A7r is that the A7s has a stainless steel made mount. The Sony A7S features a new 12.2-megapixel with a 35mm full-frame sensor, 4K movie recording, ISO 50 to 102,400.
See also : Sony A7s Sample Images and Movies
Sony A7s Additional Video Coverage [NAB 2014]
Sony A7s 4K Full Frame Mirrorless Camera Key Features
- Wide ISO sensitivity setting from 50 to 409600 and unprecedented dynamic range
- World’s first full-frame sensor capable of full pixel read-out without pixel binning process for movie and 4K (QFHD: 3840 x 2160) HDMI video output
- Professional video functions including XAVC S Full HD recording at 50Mbps, time code and optional XLR audio inputs
- High ISO sensitivity range allows faster shutter speeds during low light shooting
- α Mount System compatible with a wide range of high quality lenses, including power zoom lens ideal for movie shooting
- Improved Fast Intelligent AF performance in light as low as EV-4
- Ultra compact, light-weight body for comfortable pro-style operation