Firmware version 2.1 for Sony’s a7S III camera also adds the ability to record proxy footage while operating the cameras remotely via computer. The update also promises improvements to Eye AF performance, but Sony hasn’t specified what changes in specific have been made.
Alpha 7S III v2.1 is available now and can be downloaded below:
The new Lossless Compressed Raw capture will offer small, medium or large (S, M or L) file sizes available in Sony’s menu. The ‘L’ file corresponds to the camera’s existing Lossless Raw option, which retains full image quality in a smaller file size, which the smaller alternatives reduce the pixel count in the files. The M size equates to 21MP and the S version to 12MP. Until we get a chance to install the firmware, we won’t know how the resolution reduced or how much impact there is on detail retention.
Other updates and bug-fixes include the ability record a proxy version while shooting video remotely, improvements to Eye-AF and fixing remote shooting using the Imaging Edge Desktop (Remote) software, along with general ‘stability’ improvements.
The price of the high-end full frame mirrorless camera is $6,499 and available at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.
Sony is rumored to announce a new APS-C camera with a back-illuminated stacked sensor like the Fujifilm X-H2S.
Photorumors is reporting that Sony is rumored to announce a new APS-C ILCE camera that will have a BSI stacked sensor. The camera is rumored to have five-axis stabilization combined with crop-free 4K/60fps video recording and be part of the ZV product line (ZV-1, ZV-10).
The rumor mill claims that this new camera will be one of the best APS-C video mirrorless cameras available on the market based on specifications. Good to see many companies are coming back to the APS-C format. Stay tuned for additional information.
The Japanese website CAPA Camera announced the top 10 best selling camera sales ranking for Japanese retailer Yodobashi Camera in the Second half of May 2022. The Sony a7 IV body wins the NO. 1 best selling camera. The “α7s III” followed in 2nd place, deciding a one-two finish.
Top 10 brand new digital camera sales ranking from May 16th to May 31st, 2022:
Here is a up-to-date user’s guide for the Sony a7 IV mirrorless camera. Jared Polin created this video guide to act as your user’s manual and help you set up your new camera. His goal is to help you have a great starting point for setting up your camera so you know it inside and out.
Designed for enthusiasts, hobbyists and professionals alike, the Sony a7 IV is an ideal camera for today’s imaging enthusiasts and professionals, including generalist photographers, wedding and event shooters and even sports specialists.
Jason Vong published his wishlist in a recent Youtube video. New wishlisht consists of Sony Cameras that he wants to be UPDATED. These Sony cameras are the a7C II, a7R V, a6900, RX1R III, RX10 V, RX100V III.
For Sony, the prospects for 2022 look bright in terms of both new cameras and lenses. Some Sony cameras and lenses, which can be considered important in the last leaked list, are expected to be announced in 2022. Frankly, the only model I don’t have hope for in this wish list will be the new RX1R III. Sony A7RV, on the other hand, is expected to be announced already in the second half of 2022.
Here are the full list of rumored Sony cameras and lenses. We shared with you the upcoming Sony cameras for the year 2022. In this up-to-date list, you’ll find the full list of Sony mirrorless cameras and E-mount lenses expected to be announced for the rest of the year.
The good news is that we seem to have confirmed that high-end cameras such as Sony A9 III and A7RV, which we have been talking about since the beginning of the year, and two important lenses such as FE 85mm F1.2 GM and FE 100mm F1.4 GM will be announced in 2022.