The Japanese electronics giant Sony has its presence in every segment of the electronics and other important gadgets, the company does not have a good time in its smartphone business. But that does not matter for it and it is trying to come back into the industry with lots of new innovations, the company also new products in other segments and one such device announced today which is a new camera and that is called Sony A7R IV full-frame mirrorless camera.
Sony A7R IV is coming with an awesome 61MP and its the first one to have 35mm full-frame back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with this resolution. The back-illuminated setup of the camera will help reduce noise and increase sensitivity. Moreover, it also sports 15-stops of dynamic range for smoother color gradation, along with a 5-axis optical in-body image stabilization.
The company has implemented a new 5.76 million dot UXGA OLED EVF, which has a 1.6x the resolution of the EVF on the A7R III. This can be set to standard or high image quality mode with a choice of 60fps or 120fps refresh rate. It is also coming with an improved Pixel Shift Multi Shooting mode, that is capable to stack 16 full-resolution images to create 963.2MP of data, which is then composited into a 240.8MP image using Sony’s desktop application.
It will offer full resolution 61MP images at 10fps with continuous AF/AE tracking for up to 7 seconds and about three times as long in 26.2MP APS-C mode. It also features real time eye AF that keeps the focus locked even if the subject moves around or looks other place. The Sony A7R IV supports 4K video recording that uses the full width of the sensor with full pixel readout without pixel binning in the Super 35mm mode.
The camera also supports a tilting touchscreen display, dual UHS-II memory slots, addition of digital audio interface to the camera’s Multi Interface Shoe, dual-band Wi-Fi, and USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 1. It is priced at $3500 and will be available in the US starting September 2019.