The Sony Alpha 7S full-frame interchangeable lens camera has just gone official and if the Japanese manufacturer is to be believed, then the device seems to have the capability to capture not only high-quality still images, but also professional-quality movies. This snapper boasts of capturing content in QFHD 4K resolution.
Within the confines of the Sony Alpha 7S lies a full-frame 35mm 12.2MP Exmor CMOS image sensor with an advanced light-gathering power. Its ISO sensitivity range lies from anywhere between 50 and 40,9600 and the same for video recording is said to be 200 to 40,9600. A Bionz X image processing engine has been employed by the Sony Alpha 7S as well for capturing clear, low-noise pictures even in dimly-lit conditions.
Photographers can change shutter speeds and thanks to the camera’s dynamic range, it is possible to capture high-contrast scenes. The high dynamic range can be expected in low as well as bright light. You will not have to deal with aliasing and jaggies effects when recording moviesa. This Wi-Fi- and NFC-enabled camera even features an XGA OLED Tru-Finder.
And what’s more, users can record FHD videos in the XAVC S recording format and save it on an SDXC memory card and there’s also an option to shoot HD movies at 120fps or 100fps in the APS-C crop mode. It is possible to play a 120fps video at 24p to experience the action in slow motion. The Alpha shooter tags along Picture Profile, S-Log2 gamma, Fast Intelligent AF and a number of other attributes.
The Sony Alpha 7S full-frame interchangeable lens camera will be made available in Europe this summer. Its price details are currently under wraps.