Sony’s a9 III is the first full-frame mirrorless camera with global shutter, which means rolling shutter and having to think about flash sync speeds should be a thing of the past. But that’s only part of the story, Sony is positioning the camera as a game-changer for the industry, but is it?
DPReview’s Richard Butler and Dale Baskin spent a long day with a pre-production a9 III and a closer look has yielded some interesting takeaways. Check out the video for five key features that make the a9 III notable and worth paying attention to.
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