Sony α99 II VS Sony α7R III

Here we are comparing two Sony cameras, Sony α99 II VS Sony α7R III on the basis of their specifications and features:

Sony A99 II, which was introduced in September 2016 is a Semi-Pro DSLR camera with a 42.4MP Full frame sensor whereas Sony A7R III, which was introduced in October 2017 is a Pro Mirrorless camera with a 42.2MP Full-frame sensor.

There is 13 months difference between A99 II and A7R III so we don’t expect to see a huge technology difference between these two cameras but it would still give an advantage to younger A7R III, especially in sensor tech. Let get started and check all the major difference between Sony α99 II VS Sony α7R III

Sony α99 II

Sony α99 II launched on the 19th of September 2016. Sony α99 II continues the sonyCSLT line of sony α A-Mount camera bodies. Moel came with Single-lens translucent design which provides faster focusing and shooting in comparison to other DSLRs, Sony α99 II is a replacement for Sony α. One of the best features in this camera that it is a best-in-class Low-light autofocus option.

•  Type: Digital single-lens translucent camera ( DSLR)
•  Lens mount: Sony A-mount
•  Sensor: Exmor R
•  Image sensor type: BSI-CMOS
•  Image sensor size: full-frame ( 35.8 mm × 23.9 mm )
•  Maximum resolution:42.4 megapixels
•  Frame rate:12 fps and 8 fps for live view
•  Shutter speeds:1/8000 – 30 s
•  Viewfinder :0.5″ 2.36M-dot OLED Tru-finder
•  Image processor: Bionz X
•  Battery: NP-FM500H lithium-ion battery
•  Weight: 849 g (including batteries)

Sony α99 II VS Sony α7R III

Sony α7R III

Sony α7R III is a Full-frame mirrorless interchangeable -lens camera which is manufactured by Sony. This model announced on the 25th of October 2017 as a replacement for Sony α7R II. Model having the same camera feature of 42.2 MP of resolution.

• Type: DSLR
• Image sensor type: BSI-CMOS
• Image sensor size: Full frame type ( 35.9 × 24 mm )
• Maximum resolution: 42 megapixels
• ASA/ISO range: ISO 100–32000 which can be expandable to ISO 50–102400 used for still images, ISO 100–12800 Used for movies
• Recording medium: SD, SDXC memory card or SDHC
• Storage: Buffer only
• Focus: Built into sensor having 399-point focal-plane phase-detection AF and 425-point contrast-detection AF
• Flash: Multi-interface hot shoe
• Frame rate :24-120p at 50/100Mbps in 1080p 24-30p at 60/100mbps 4k
• Shutter speeds:1/8000 s to 30 s, BULB
• Continuous shooting: HI 8fps Uncompressed RAW or HI+ 10 fps in Compressed RAW
• Viewfinder: EVF (Electronic View Finder)
• Viewfinder magnification:0.78
• Frame coverage: 100%
• Image processor: BIONZ X with custom WB.
• Weight: 657 g including battery

Sony α99 II VS Sony α7R III

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