It has been over 4 years for the reason that launch of the critically lauded Sony Alpha A7S II – and but, surprisingly, there’s nonetheless no official phrase on a successor to the excellent video-centric digital camera. And, actually, the Alpha A7S III has been rumored for therefore lengthy that it is earned a considerably legendary standing of its personal.
Chatter across the oft-rumored digital camera actually exhibits no signal of dying down, and right this moment’s discovery from dependable and prolific camera-news leaker Nokishita gives recent proof of its improvement. Nokishita has pointed to a brand new Sony title registration “with abroad certification our bodies” as additional proof of the shooter’s existence, with the filings assigning it the codename “WW119533”.
Whereas that in itself is not concrete affirmation of a brand new full-frame mirrorless digital camera, British cinematographer Andrew Reid has additionally not too long ago unearthed details of a brand new Sony sensor, which he theorizes belongs to the long-expected Alpha.
Contemplating how lengthy we have been ready for the A7S III – and given that each one Sony’s different rumored cameras have truly been launched – it is easy for followers to place the 2 collectively and hope that the snapper will lastly see the sunshine of day.
Sensing the reality?
In line with the leaked particulars found by Andrew Reid, the IMX521CQR is a 15.36MP sensor with a Quad Bayer design. The sort of sensor makes use of 4 pixels for every colour sq. as an alternative of only one. So, although the pixel dimension is small, all 4 work collectively throughout low mild conditions…