The Sony A7S arrived in June 2014, six months after the A7R (and A7), and completed the trio of compact full frame camera launched by Sony. They all share the same body design, but each has its own distinctive characteristics when it comes to sensor and image quality.
The A7R and A7S have various things in common but are also very different when it comes to the end use they have been designed for.
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