Sony A7R IV Mirrorless Camera
Sony recently announced ‘another milestone in mirrorless’ with the addition to the ever popular A7-range; the A7R IV.
The camera comes packed with a 61Million Pixels, CMOS Full Frame Sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range which, according to Sony, is thanks to a new sensor design. The hybrid AutoFocus system comes with 74% frame coverage, 425 contrast-detect points and a stunning 567 Phase Detection AF points. With up to 10 frames per second continuous AF (for up to 68 images), the camera also employs real-time eye, human and animal AF
The chassis has been redeveloped with improved weather sealing with foam gaskets around the doors to the memory cards and battery as well as a slight raised lip that prevent water getting in to the camera. The grip feels a lot nicer and more defined, a larger joystick menu controller as well as ‘new’ dials and buttons. The Electronic Viewfinder is stunning with 5.76Million Dots. With Wi-Fi, BlueTooth, NFC, two UHS-II Card slots and USB-C sockets, this is a beautiful addition to the series.