Many people are waiting for the successor to the Sony Alpha 7S II -- and they´ve been waiting for a long time, because the mirrorless with IBIS and excellent lowlight capabilities came onto the market in 2015. A model update seemed to be long overdue, as the market environment has changed a lot since then. The A7 III could also convince in terms of video, but it too films "only" in 8bit.
DPreview has now confirmed to Sony's Kanji Tanaka that the Sony Alpha 7S III is finally in the starting blocks and will be released later this summer. The camera is said to have been completely redesigned, including the sensor ("everything is new"). Nevertheless, it seems that the third S-generation will also have large sensor pixels, and Tanaka also hints that highly demanded features such as 4K/60p and 10-bit 4:2:2 will be available this time. He is confident that even professionals will not be disappointed by the new camera. Regarding filming in RAW, Sony is making efforts to make RAW recording possible. This sounds a lot like a firmware update in our ears. But let's be surprised about what Sony will present to us soon.