Sony has confirmed that the successor to the Sony a7S II — presumably named the a7S III — will likely be arriving “later this summer season” with a complete revamp of the whole line, together with the sensor. Now a brand new report says the digital camera will boast the world’s finest digital viewfinder (EVF) and a brand new cooling system.
sonyalpharumors says it has obtained proof and confirmed with dependable sources that the a7S III has “world’s finest EVF with 9.44 million dot decision.” This world-highest decision would almost double the rumored 5-million-dot EVFs that’ll be discovered within the upcoming Canon R5 and R5 mirrorless cameras.
The present Sony a7S II has an EVF with 2,359,296 dots.
Redditor XTJ7 points out that as a result of digital camera producers depend dots (i.e. purple, inexperienced, blue subpixels) slightly than precise pixels, the variety of precise pixels will truly be 3,145,728 with a decision of 2048×1536.
Right here’s how the decision of some present Sony mirrorless cameras evaluate:
sonyalpharumors is also reporting that the a7S III will characteristic a “new form of passing cooling system” to keep away from the overheating points that plagued within the Sony a7S II early in its life (and which led some individuals to create custom Sony camera body cooling systems).
An earlier rumor from September 2019 acknowledged that the a7S III may use a built-in cooling fan like what’s discovered within the Panasonic S1H, nevertheless it appears Sony has opted to go for a very silent passive system as a substitute.