Sony, the world’s first 61-megapixel full-frame camera: the a7R IV Though the most recent shooter boasts the identical yet sturdy magnesium camera body as its predecessors, it’s allegedly more ergonomic than previous variants with better-polished button layouts and grip.
The specifications for the a7R IV are more elevated. Aside from the pixel quality, the device boasts a burst pace of up to 10 frames per second with 15 stops of dynamic range, as reported by PetaPixel. Not to point out, the camera’s latest sensor-shift multi-shot mode permits shutterbugs to produce 240-megapixel picture files from 16 individual pictures to emit a ridiculously high 963.2 million pixels of date.
Rounding out its sharpness capabilities are 567 phase-detection autofocus points alongside the device’s Real-Time Tracking, Eye and accuracy options for unparalleled accuracy. So far as video is concerned, the a7R IV is ready to record full-farm 4K oversampled captures from 6K, permitting for complete pixel readout in the usual 35mm crop. Real-Time Eye AF is also featured within the video. Lastly, the camera is provided with an audio interface alongside the new ECM-B1M shotgun microphone with analog to built-in digital conversion.
The Sony a7R IV will formally launch in September with pre-orders now available at select stockists equivalent to Adorama for $3,498.