Sony’s a7 III features a new 24-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor with up to 15 stops of dynamic range. It has a new front-end LSI and updated BIONZ X processor to improve and speed along image processing. Thanks to this computation punch, you’ll enjoy a native ISO range of 100-51,200 (expandable to 50-204,800).
As for autofocusing, 93 percent of the frame is covered by AF points, and there are a lot of them: 425 contrast AF points and 693 focal plane phase detect AF points. According to Sony, both low light focusing speed and tracking speed have been doubled compared to the prior model.
You’ll enjoy burst shooting speeds up to 10 fps with AF-C using either a mechanical or electronic shutter. You can store up to 177 JPEGs, 89 compressed RAW or up to 40 uncompressed RAW images during burst shooting. Sony says that while images are wr
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