The Sony A7 III mirrorless camera, replacing the A7II, is delayed and to begin shipping in November 2017.
Sony is planning to release more full frame E-mount products by the end of this year. At least a couple of cameras and a few more lenses are expected to show up in 2017. The first of them is allegedly the Sony A7III, which will take the place of the A7II.
The A7 was succeeded by the A7II at the end of 2014. Trusted sources are reporting that the Sony A7 Mark III camera is currently in the works, but release date postponed to November 2017. More details after the break!
Sony A7III release date now rumored for November 2017
The Sony A7III release date previously set for second quarter of 2017. Now the rumor mill is claiming that the full-frame E-mount camera will be unveiled by the end of 2017. Let’s remember the current model a bit.
The Sony A7II is the first full frame mirrorless camera to employ a 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilization system. It comes with a 24-megapixel sensor, maximum ISO of 25,600, tilting display on the back. Additionally, the shooter comes with S-Log2 and XAVC S codec support for wider dynamic range and 50Mbps bitrate in full HD video recording mode, respectively.
Rumored Sony A7III Specs:
Here are the rumored Sony A7III specs we’ve posted so far.
- 24.3-megapixel image sensor
- 4K video recording
- Improved AF
- A fully articulated touchscreen
- BSI sensor
- AA filter or global shutter in silent mode.
- Faster EVF
- Better weather sealing
- Dual card slots
- Price around $2000
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