Sony introduces the latest addition to the R series with the all-new a7R IV Mirrorless Digital Camera. The a7R IV features the world’s first 61MP full-frame sensor with 50 percent more pixels than its predecessor, as well as up to 15 stops of dynamic range to ensure performance no matter the lighting conditions.
The camera’s updated Pixel Shift Multi Shooting mode has the capability to capture 16 frames into 240MP images with full color data for each pixel. Images in turn remain crisp thanks to a 5.5-stop SteadyShot INSIDE image stabilization system. When capturing objects in motion, full AF/AE tracking allows for shooting up to 10 fps for 68 full-resolution image per burst.
Sony has improved the grip for the a7R IV, while the buttons are redesigned to enhance response, and dials enlarged for convenience of use. The camera is also protected with newly-implemented locks, while rearranged ports include USB Type-C, micro-USB, micro-HDMI, and PC sync. The weather-sealed a7R IV also welcomes dual UHS-II SD card slots. Sony has outfitted its new mirrorless digital camera with a 5.76m-dot UXGA OLED electronic viewfinder as well, in addition to wireless tethering via 2.4/5GHz Wi-Fi and USB Type-C.
When it comes to video, the a7R IV records UHD 4K up to 30p and 100 Mb/s. Additionally, you can shoot in APS-C/Super35 crop mode to sample 6K area into a 4K image. The camera comes with Touch Tracking allowing you to control focus over moving objects, as well as a new digital microphone.
For more on Sony’s a7R IV Mirrorless Digital Camera ($3,498), follow here. Pre-order begins July 18.