Sony has released a camera with a resolution of 61 (!) MP

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 Type-C port and two slots for UHS-II SD memory cards.

Among other features: 5-axis image stabilization, UXGA OLED viewfinder by 5.76 million pixels, improved protection against dust and moisture, as well as an improved handle for comfortable use A7R IV.

However, some fans of the brand will probably be saddened by the fact that Sony has not introduced support for 10-bit video and an additional LCD screen for taking selfies.

The gadget will go on sale in September at a price of $ 3,500 dollars (this is only for the camera), and the ECM-B1M digital shotgun can be bought for $ 350.

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Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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