With the launch of the Sony A9 mirrorless camera, Sony has definitely taken a step forwards in terms of mirrorless cameras. Unfortunately the only downside is that the Sony A9 costs a ton of money, meaning that it would be hard for non-professionals or even hobbyists to justify its purchase.


However that’s where the A7 series comes in, which offers up slightly more affordable full-frame mirrorless cameras. We have been hearing rumors about the Sony A7III in recent times, and according to a post on Sony Alpha Rumors, it looks like some of the specs of the upcoming camera have been revealed.

According to the specs, we are looking at a camera with a 24MP sensor and it is also rumored to feature the same AF system as the A9, which is what we had previously heard. It is also said to sport a touchscreen display, 4K video recording, and it is also rumored to sport a joystick control system similar to the one found on the A9.

Sony is also rumored to be launching the camera this coming fall, but no specific dates have been mentioned yet. Note that this is only for news regarding the Sony A7III, and that information about the A7rIII or the A7sIII are still scarce, but these cameras are said to be scheduled for a launch in 2018 so we’ll probably hear more about it at a later date.

Filed in Photo-Video >Rumors. Read more about Digital Cameras, Mirrorless Cameras and Sony.

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