I got fed up waiting for the A7sIII in Jan 2018 and bought a GH5...
That was 2 years 4 months after the A7sII was announced and 2 years 5 months ago.
I'm pretty sure one exists, but will they launch it, is development complete? (There was an interview last year where the senior exec concerned was listing stuff people wanted as if he had a list to choose from, rather than a product nearly done, and with the amount of time to production engineer a product that makes now a bit tight, but maybe possible.)
I think, with IV versions of the other A7 cameras coming out, it does seem likely they'll skip the III for A7sIV.
Then there's the question of whether the main feature will be super-low-light or great video. Sony really haven't been improving the video in the recent cameras. But maybe they will here.
I suspect the Canon R5 is a bit of a problem for them though, if they wanted to stress video performance. (They seemed more concerned with the S1H.)
My guess - 24MP, 6k video, multi-gain (stacked if that doesn't trash the low-light performance, so possibly not) sensor with lots of video bits available. Low-light a key feature.
Left field - really big pixels with 16-bit data recording, so EI (with a few gain options) rather than conventional ISO (but available as ISO for people who understand that).
Note the 30 minute limit was as EU thing that died with the recent Japan-EU trade deal...
Of course some people might keep it for product differentiation, but it doesn't save you money on EU imports any more.
So you have to logon to use it and seems very online... is it just free for a while?
I'd like the stabiliser to be able to work by moving a fixed size window (say 4k) around a bigger image (say 6k)... so no stretching/warping...
(Unless that snuck in and I missed it, wasn't there when I wanted it a while back tho...)
Skyfall? Moonraker had a more believable plot and in addition to the pretty poor CGI you get in Bond films these days (why?) it stole all sorts of ideas from others and used them poorly...
Surely the main issue with using FiLMiC for serious stuff is you need a good Variable-ND solution (or assortment of fixed NDs) for the phone to get a sensible shutter speed?
(I have an iPhone, FiLMiC and a clip-on variable ND, but you need to be careful to avoid dark corners if things don't line-up well.)