Sony A7M4 Specifications Highlights and Release Date
According to the SonyAlphaRumors report, the new generation micro-single flagship Sony A7M4 is tentatively scheduled to be released around October 21. They also mentioned that due to the global lack of core this year, there are still variables in the specific release time. The previous generation Sony A7M3 was released in February 2018, four years after the release of the Sony A7M2 released in November 2014; now another four years, it’s time for the A7M4 to come out.
The report claims that the Sony A7M4 will be equipped with a newly designed 33-megapixel full-frame CMOS image sensor, which is a huge improvement over the A7M3’s 24-megapixel. Its price maybe $2499, about 1,87,500 INR. The following is a summary of the Sony A7M4 specifications:
Sony A7M4 specifications
- Newly developed 33 megapixel CMOS sensor
- 15-stop dynamic range
- 3.69 million dot electronic viewfinder (EVF)
- The LCD screen is expected to gain progress
- 4K/30P video recording will be oversampled from 7K
- 4K/60P recording support
- 5.5 stops of in-body stabilization (+ enhanced stabilization)
- Same body and thermal design as the A7S3
- Same menu as A7S3
- Full-size HDMI port
- UHS-II SD card or CFExpress card
The previous Sony A7M3 camera, model ILCE-7M3, is currently on sale. 24.2 megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor and BIONZ X image processor are on board. The camera supports a 5-axis CMOS stabilization system and offers 693 phase-detection focus points, as well as support for focusing in EV-3 environments. On the image side, the camera supports oversampling 4K video recording, as well as 4K HDR recording, and has an S-Log function, providing 14 levels of wide dynamic range.