Sony A7III announcement event allegedly happening soon


Sony A7III announcement date is rumored to take place in the near future as sources claims the mirrorless shooter should rrive in two weeks period.

Sony is rumored to replace the A7 Mark II with the Alpha A7III really soon. The upcoming camera is expected to be a striped down version of the Sony A9. This means Sony users will meet an affordable A9 very soon.

Sony is actively working on the new Alpha A7III mirrorless camera. The relese date of the product might be between October-November. After the Sony A7III announcement, the next models are scheduled to be the Sony A7SIII camera.

Sony A7III announcement could happen in the near future

Sony A7III announcement event allegedly happening soon

The rumor mill has provided a few details about the announcement date of the Sony A7III. The full frame E-mount camera could be launched by late September, at the time of writing this article.

It’s unclear if the upcoming model will have the same body design of the A9 or maintain the current A7II look. The full frame mirrorless camera will feature the same 24MP sensor and the 693-point AF system of the A9. The specs list might include the same Joystick control, Touch Screen and 4K video recording features of the Alpha A9 too.

Rumored Sony Alpha A7III specs:

  • New 24MP full frame sensor
  • Touch Screen
  • 4K Video Recording at 30p
  • Joystick control like the A9
  • ISO up to 51200 (expanded to ISO 204800)
  • Same AutoFocus system as on Sony Alpha a9 without the 20fps frame rate
  • BSI sensor
  • AA filter or global shutter in silent mode.
  • 6fps burst speed
  • Faster EVF
  • Better weather sealing
  • Dual card slots
  • Price around $2000
  • To be announced sometime in this Fall.
  • Coming before Alpha a7RIII and Alpha a7SIII.

As usual, it would be wise to take everything with a pinch of salt, as Sony has a bunch of mirrorless products to unveil. Along with the Sony A7III announcement, several new FE lenses are also on the horizon such as 135mm and 400mm FE.

Regardless of what is next, stay tuned to our website to find out the latest digital camera news and rumors!

via: SAR