Sony introduced the new A7R IV full-frame mirrorless camera with a 61-megapixel Exmor R sensor.
New device – the successor of the famous Sony A7R III.
In addition to the 61-megapixel sensor, the A7R IV camera has a 15-step dynamic range, an ISO sensitivity of up to 32,000, a continuous shooting function of up to 10 frames per second with autofocus and auto-exposure, and 567 autofocus points (they cover about 74% of the frame).
Like most of the Sony mirrorless cameras, the A7R IV is aimed at photographers and videographers.
New shoots video in 4K-resolution with support for S-Log3, HDR (HLG) and with autofocus on the eyes in real time (Realtime Eye-AF).
Sony also added a “multi-interface shoe” for connecting fully digital microphones (most cameras now record analog audio through a 3.5 mm jack).
The A7R IV has a USB …