Sony Introduces A7R IV, a new full frame mirrorless camera aimed at amateurs and professionals alike.

A7R IV holds a whopping 61-megapixel sensor, bringing an ungodly resolution to the full frame market. At that resolution, photographers will have plenty of flexibility to crop in on details in their images. If you want an idea of what the A7R IV can do, the gallery below is a good indicator.

A7R IV features 15 stops of dynamic range, five-axis image stabilization, and burst shooting at 10 fps with full AF/AE tracking. The camera also supports real-time Eye AF for video recoding, plus improved real-time tracking and real-time Eye AF for still images.


The updated model also comes equipped with a 5.76 million dot electronic viewfinder, 576 phase-detection AF points, and an body with upgraded dust and water resistance. Sony has tweaked the design, too, so the grip is easier to hold, making the camera feel more robust and durable.

An evolved Pixel Shift Multi Shooting mode is also coming to the A7R IV.

"In this mode, the camera precisely shifts the sensor in one pixel or half-pixel increments to capture 16 separate pixel-shifted images containing a total of 963.2 million pixels of data, which are then composited into a 240.8 million pixel image using Sony's Imaging Edge desktop application," Sony said

The feature is design for photographing architecture, still life, and art, according to Sony. In fact, the A7R IV will make a great camera for product photographer thanks to its high resolution sensor and new connectivity enhancements, including support for 5 GHz Wi-Fi and USB-C.

The Sony A7R IV will be available in September and retail for USD$3,500 for the body only.



source : Sony
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