Sony A7R III uses a full-frame Exmor R sensor that uses back illuminated technology. This camera is also powered by the latest Bionz X image processor that promises better processing speed.
Because it has a very large resolution, this camera is targeting professional photographers who focus in the field of studio or outdoor photography.
However, this does not mean the camera is slow in capturing images. Sony claims A7R III can take pictures with a speed of 10fps. That figure is only half of the offered Sony A9 which was just released a few months ago, but it has been included fast compared to full-frame cameras in the market.
This camera also supports silent shutter technology, so it is suitable for you who love wildlife photography, so that the object images of wild animals will not be disturbed by the sound of the shutter.
Other features that are presented in the A9 also re-present in the A7R III, one of which is Eye AF Tracking that allows auto focus system that refers to the eyes of the photo model.
Sony also re-established In-Body 5-Axis Image Stabilization technology. This technology allows the camera to compensate for vibrations so that photos can be taken better.
In addition, the A7R III also has a new technology called Pixel Shift Multi Shooting that allows the images appear sharper than other cameras.
For video, Sony A7R III can already record 4K video. It also has two SD Card slots where one slot is compatible with UHS-II Card.
Batteries also use the same technology as the A9 which has a larger capacity than the previous Alpha camera series. Interestingly again A7R III already using USB 3.0 Type-C for high-speed data transfer needs. For the price, Sony fixes A7R III for US $ 3,199 without lens.