Sony USA has released a new firmware version 1.02 for the new released a7S III (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) full frame mirrorless camera. You can download this firmware through this link. And below is details of new firmware:
The Sony a7S III (B&H/Adorama/Amazon) is Sony’s latest professional full frame mirrorless camera released in the second half of 2020. Sony a7S III has two memory card slots, both support UHS-II SD memory cards and much faster CFexpress Type A memory cards. In order to max use of Sony a7S III, for example, shooting 4K videos, you’d better get fast memory cards for Sony a7S III. Below are top rated CFexpress Type A memory cards and SD memory cards for Sony a7S III:
Sony has finally officially announced the a7S III, its third-generation video-focused full-frame mirrorless camera. It includes a new 12MP BSI-CMOS sensor, the latest ‘Bionz XR’ processor, improved autofocus, an ultra-high resolution EVF and the ability to capture 4K/120p video.
According to latest rumors, the long awaited Sony a7S III will be officially announced on July 28 or July 29. And the release date for a7SIII is expected in Mid August, 2020. Sony a7S III is set to compete with recently announced Canon EOS R5. The a7S III will feature with a new 12MP full frame sensor, can shoot 4K video at 120p 10bit 4:2:2 and more, you can take a look at rumored specs below:
The wait for Sony a7S III seems over, this camera will be officially announced in late this Month. According to latest rumors, Sony a7SIII will feature with 4K video at 120p, 10bit 4:2:2, FHD video at 240p, while no 6K or 8K video yet. The Sony a7S III is expect to compete with recently announced Canon EOS R5 (B&H/Adorama/Amazon).