Here are the latest, updated rumored Sony a9 III specs. The headline-grabbing features include a remarkable 44MP resolution, astonishing 8K video capabilities at 60p, 4K video at 120p, and a fast continuous shooting speed of 26fps.
The rumors suggest that the heart of the Sony a9 III lies in its groundbreaking 44MP stacked CMOS sensor, a remarkable leap forward from the 24MP sensor found in the current Sony a9 II model. This 44MP sensor promises a staggering resolution, providing photographers with unparalleled flexibility in cropping images and capturing exquisite detail that truly elevates the art of photography.
Reports also suggest that the a9 III can support impressive 8K 60p and 4K 120p video recording. These video capabilities will make the camera extremely versatile for professional cinematography, documentaries and commercial work. In particular, 8K video offers an advanced level of detail thanks to its huge image resolution. Here are more details on the Sony a9 III Specs:
Sony A9 III Rumored Specifications
- 44MP Full-Frame Exmor RS BSI CMOS Sensor
- Up to 26fps Shooting, ISO 50-102400
- 8K 60p and 4K 120p Video in 10-Bit
- 3.7 m-Dot EVF (Blackout free)
- 759-Pt. Fast Hybrid AF, Real-time Eye AF
- 5-Axis SteadyShot Image Stabilization
- Dual CFexpress Type A/SD Card Slots
- New BIONZ processor
- FX100 batteries
- 3.4-inch tilting dual touch screen
- CFExpress Type A/SD dual card slot
- 120 frames per second, full resolution, HEIF
- 30 frames/second uncompressed/compressed lossless RAW
- 240 AF calculations per second
- 2200 AF points, 100% coverage
- GPS/GLONASS/BeiDou/QZSS compatible
- 5G BASE-T Ethernet port
Sony A9 II (Amazon,B&H and Adorama) was officially announced for almost three years. As a result the upcoming months are sure to be a thrilling ride as we eagerly await the unveiling of Sony’s flagship A9 III model. Stay tuned as we anticipate the release of this groundbreaking camera, which promises to set a new standard in the realm of photography and videography.
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