Each day that passes is another day closer to the announcement of the Sony a7S III. We all know it’s coming, but what new features should it have?
In September 2015, Sony announced the a7S II sporting a groundbreaking sensor specializing in low light videography. As time went on, other companies introduced very competitive alternatives that either matched or exceeded many of the a7S II’s video specifications. Personally, I think it’s a little uncharacteristic for the Sony of the past few years give their competitors enough time to catch up. But what this may mean in the end is that they have something worth waiting for.
Another thing to keep in mind is that although Sony hasn’t announced anything new in the a7S series for a few years, they have introduced solid video options into their latest a7 and a7R releases. If you’re a videographer through and through, however, the a7S III is likely still worth the holdout if you haven't already seeked out alternatives.
In this video from Max Yuryev, he goes over five new features that the a7S III needs in order to stay competitive. What’s on your own personal wishlist for this camera?