The Sony A7R IIIA offer pro-level speed and image quality thanks to its 42.4MP full frame Exmor R CMOS Sensor and impressive processing system. A huge 399-point focal-plane phase-detection AF system and high-speed continuous shooting of up to 10fps make this camera incredibly versatile and will cater for a wide range of applications. Some of what made the A7R II so popular has been inherited by the Sony A7R IIIA such as, stunning 4K 30p video capture and 5-axis image stabilisation. To promote further growth within the esteemed Sony A7R range, this camera system has an enhanced rear 3.0-type LCD touch screen with 2,359,296 dots resolution. As well as this, you are afforded an upgraded USB 3.2 “SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps” port and a noticeable improvement in overall battery life.
Sony A7R IIIA Digital Camera Body Key Features
- 42.4 Megapixels
- Exmor R CMOS Sensor
- Improved processing system
- Fast Hybrid AF
- Intuitive 3.0-type LCD touch screen
- Rear LCD resolution enhanced to 2,359,296 dots
- USB port upgraded to USB 3.2 “SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps”
- 399-point focal-plane phase-detection AF
- 425-point contrast-detection AF
- High-speed continuous shooting of up to 10fps
- 5-axis image stabilisation
- ISO Range of 100-32000 (Expandable to ISO 50 to 102400)
- Dual slots with UHS-II compatibility
- Removal of rear Sony logo to allow for a cleaner finish
- Slight enhancement in battery-life to allow for extended creative use
Expanded Sony A7R IIIA Digital Camera Body Key Features:
Key Upgrades from the Sony A7R III
To promote further growth within the esteemed Sony A7R range, the A7R IIIA has a small number of very important new features. The main one being an enhanced rear 3.0-type LCD touch screen with 2,359,296 dots resolution. Compare this with the previous A7R III’s 1,440,000 dots and it is clear to see how this Sony camera system is suited to high-level freelance videographers, photographers, and content creators looking for a reliable all-in-one compact camera system. The rear Sony logo has also been removed, whilst you are also afforded an upgraded USB 3.2 “SuperSpeed USB 5Gbps” port and a noticeable improvement in overall battery life.
Incredible Autofocus Performance
The Sony A7R IIIA moves away from the autofocus systems featured in other Sony Compact System & Mirrorless Cameras. This model boasts a huge 399-point focal-plane phase-detection AF and 425-point contrast-detection AF over a 295-point area system. Not only this, the A7R IIIA is capable of continuous AF/AE tracking up to 10fps!
Stunning Video Recording
One inherited features from the Sony Alpha A7R Mark II is the ability to capture 4K UHD footage up to 30fps in the XAVC S format. It has a full pixel readout and no pixel binning. The camera actually captures 5K of information and in doing so, oversamples to produce stunning and highly detailed 4K footage. If that wasn't enough, you can also capture up to 120fps for 5x slow motion at 100mbps
Shooting in Low-Light Conditions
The power of the Sony A7R IIIA features a wide ISO range of 100-32,000 which is expandable to 50-102,400. This combined with the powerful 42.4MP back-illuminated sensor and massive 15 stops of dynamic range means that you are able to retain unbelievable quality, even in low light conditions.
What's in the box?
- Sony Alpha A7R IIIA Mirrorless Digital Camera
- Sony NP-FZ100 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
- Sony BC-QZ1 Battery Charger
- Cable Protector
- Shoulder Strap
- Sony Body Cap
- Accessory Shoe Cap
- Eyepiece Cup
- USB Type-C Cable
Sony A7R IIIA Video:
Sony A7R IIIA | Hands-On Field Test
Has the rear Sony logo been removed from the A7R IIIA?
The rear Sony logo has been removed from the A7R IIIA, allowing for a slightly cleaner look than the previous A7R III model.
How does the LCD resolution differ from the previous A7R III model?
The LCD resolution of the A7R IIIA stands as the biggest and most noticeable upgrade from the A7R III. It has gone from 1,440,000 dots to an incredible 2,359,296 dots.
Have there been any upgrades to the USB port?
The USB port now supports USB 3.2 for faster and more efficient speeds of up to 5Gbps.
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