Interview: Sony a7S III Not Ready, Sony a7000 / a6700 Coming Soon

According to a recent interview at Russian website, the Sony a7S III is still not ready and a possible APS-c flagship camera  Sony a7000 / a6700 coming soon.

In an exclusive interview with Sony Managers, talking about the future Mirrorless Sony cameras, including the long-waited Sony a7S IIISony a6500 successor and more.

Sony Managers said that the current technologies are still not ready for the Sony a7S III full frame mirrorless camera, which will surprise not only the users, but also the company itself. The good news is that Sony managers confirmed the development of Sony a6500 successor. Take a look at the details of the interview:

Sony a7S III:

In order for this camera to become as popular and breakthrough as the A7S and A7SII, serious fundamental improvements must be added to it. My personal opinion is that not all technologies are ready for this. What can be improved in comparison with A7SII?

You can improve the resolution and video detail. Develop 4K format or go to the next level.

This story requires the transfer of a huge amount of information – you need to take into account the power of the processor, and the capabilities of memory cards – you can make a camera that allows you to record 8K, but how to save this video? Either some devices fence around the camera as external invaders, or allow the camera to record inside. And I think that first of all videographers need exactly the maximum compactness and convenience. Now technologies of media and memory cards are developing – in the near future we will see certain breakthroughs both in speed and volume.

Sony a7000 / a6700 :

there will be a further development of the A6500 line.

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