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Sony A7S III officially back in stock

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The Sony A7S III was released earlier this year, but (as with many cameras this year), stock availability has been an issue for many potential customers. However, the Sony A7S III is now available at both B&H and Adorama, so if you've been waiting to get your hands on this fantastic bit of kit, then now's your chance!

Sony A7S III in stock now

Sony A7S III at B&H | Available for $3,498

Sony A7S III at B&H | Available for $3,498
B&H The Sony A7S III features a 12.1MP Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and an updated BINZ XR image processor. Optimized for video, the Sony A7S III can record UHD 4K 120p video and features internal 10-bit 4:2:2 sampling. 

Sony A7S III at Adorama | Available for $3,498

Sony A7S III at Adorama | Available for $3,498
B&H The Sony A7S III features a 12.1MP Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and an updated BINZ XR image processor. Optimized for video, the Sony A7S III can record UHD 4K 120p video and features internal 10-bit 4:2:2 sampling. 

The Sony A7S III is one of the best cameras for video, featuring a whole host of features and specifications that make it a video powerhouse. Improvements made to the sensor and processor have enabled faster readout speeds and a greatly reduced rolling shutter. It's also enabled high-bitrate internal recording, 16-bit raw output via the full-size HDMI port and more. 

The Sony A7S III also features an improved autofocus design with 759 phase-detection AF points. This enables the Sony A7S III to offer intelligent subject tracking and Real-time Eye AF for fast and accurate focus. 

For those wondering how the design of the third generation Sony A7S has changed, there is now a rear LCD screen with a side-open articulating design and a 9.44m-dot OLED electronic viewfinder. The Sony A7S III also features dual memory card slots for CFexpress Type A or SD UHS-II. 

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