World’s First Sony α7R IV 35 mm full-frame camera with 61.0 MP Officially Announced

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The famous digital imaging company Sony officially released a new generation of flagship full-frame Apha 7R IV.

Sony A7R Mark 4 Official Introduction:

On July 16, 2019, Sony (China) Co., Ltd. officially released the flagship full-frame micro-single micro-Alpha 7R IV (model name: ILCE-7RM4). Sony’s Alpha 7R IV is based on the Sony Micro-SingleTM lightweight and portable body design, and uses a newly developed approximately 61 million effective pixel full-frame Exmor RTM CMOS back-illuminated image sensor with 15 dynamic range and 10 high-speed per second Continuous shooting and 567 phase detection focus points and 425 contrast detection focus points, covering about 74% of the viewing range, while supporting real-time tracking and 5.5-level anti-shake effect. Sony also released the VG-C4EM vertical handle, which has the same control and design as the Alpha 7R IV. It has upgraded dust and moisture resistance, can be installed with two NP-FZ100 batteries to improve battery life, and can be used to charge the battery through the USB interface. Charging. The Sony Alpha 7R IV is scheduled to be available in late August 2019, and the VG-C4EM vertical handle is scheduled to be available in September 2019.

The Sony Alpha 7R IV supports real-time eye focus for the first time in video mode, and has also been improved in terms of body design and handling. The Mi multi-interface hot shoe supports digital audio interface for the first time, and can be paired with the new Sony microphone ECM- The B1M and XLR-K3M Microphone Adapter Kits provide excellent recording results. The Sony Alpha 7R IV defines a high-quality and high-speed balance that delivers high resolution and high dynamic range of the medium format, with high-speed focusing and high-speed continuous shooting.

Sony α7R IV

Sony α7R IV Pixel Shift Multi Shooting 16-image composite

Sony A7R M4 highlights:

  1. World’s first(1) 35mm full-frame 61.0 MP(2) back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor with latest-generation BIONZ X image processor.

Shot on Sony α7R IV 4K Movie

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