The Sony A7 III Camera has evolved the process of capturing beautiful images. The A7 may be mirrorless, but it still captures high quality images, thanks in part to its newly developed back-illuminated image sensor. This new technology enhances light collection, expands circuitry scale, and increases data transfer speed. What you\u2019ll get is an image filled with fine detail and minimized noise. Sony\u2019s BIONZ X image processing engine and front-end LSI works in conjunction with the back-illuminated sensor to double data readout speeds. Data processing is also nearly doubled.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe A7 is also outfitted with improved 5-axis stabilization. The new gyro sensors as well as better algorithms compensate for five types of camera shake. Another benefit of the A7 is its AF advancements, which allow you to better capture moving subjects by using 693 phase-detection AF points that cover about 93 percent of the image area. An additional 425 densely position contrast-detection AF points also enhance focus.\r\n\r\nYou\u2019ll also get full-pixel readout when in 35mm mode, meaning that you\u2019ll condense nearly 2.4 times the data required for 4K movies. And that\u2019s only the tip of the iceberg on what this camera can do.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThis feature packed camera isn\u2019t a giant beast that you\u2019ll have to try to manage as you take your shots. It measures only 5 inches wide, 3 7\/8 inches tall, and 3 inches deep. It also features a battery with 2.2 times the life, two media slots, and USB connectivity.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.