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Sony's A7R III gets a boost in speed and low-light performance

The company's battle against Canon and Nikon just got even more interesting.
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There's no denying that Sony has been quickly increasing its position in the camera market and their third iteration of the A7R III will only increase their lead. The new version keeps that massive 42MP sensor while equipping it with a faster more powerful engine that allows for 10 fps shooting, improved autofocus, and better low-light performance. 

The standard ISO range has also been extended with ISO 100-32000 sensitivity, a 3.69-million-dot Quad-VGA OLED Tru-Finder gives you more resolution and brightness from the EVF, dual media slots, improved image stabilization, and a USB-C port for faster image transfers.


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