Sony has confirmed in an interview with DPReview that the Sony A7S II successor is finally going to be coming later this summer. It seems, though, that Sony is shifting the focus of the camera, slightly. It’s still expected to be the video-centric powerhouse that A7S II users have come to know and love, but it’s had a complete redesign.
According to the interview with Sony VP, Kenji Tanaka, that redesign includes an entirely new sensor and a theoretical A7S III may include features such as 4K60p, 10-Bit (finally!) 4:2:2, and possibly even raw video.