The compact camera with a full-frame matrix with rear illumination and a resolution of 61 MP goes on sale in mid-October.
Alpha 7R IV boasts the highest resolution (5.76 million pixels) among all full-frame cameras released by Sony. The camera is equipped with a 35 mm CMOS sensor (61 MP) with rear illumination. The camera has a 15-speed dynamic range at low sensitivity, which provides natural smooth gradations from deep shadows to the brightest light. Also updated is the integrated 5-axis image stabilization system.
The camera is equipped with an electronic viewfinder UXGA OLED Tru-Finder. There is an advanced shooting mode with pixel shift Pixel Shift Multi Shooting, which combines up to 16 images with full resolution.
The Alpha 7R IV is capable of recording full-resolution images at speeds up to 10 fps with continuous accurate tracking focus. The focusing system contains 567 points of phase autofocus in the focal plane, which cover approximately 74% of the image area. There are also 425 contrast AF points in low light. AF function is supported in the eyes of both people and animals in real time.
The new model includes wireless LAN functions to support the 2.4 GHz band, as well as the 5 GHz band for faster and more stable data transfer. Here, for the first time, the possibility of wireless remote connection to a computer is provided. The camera is equipped with a SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.2 Gen 1) USB Type-C connector, which supports fast wired data transfer.
The new Alpha 7R IV provides 4K video recording (3840 × 2160 pixels) and full readout without combining pixels in Super 35mm mode. S-Log 2 and S-Log 3 image profiles are available for the most convenient color correction, and in S-Log 3 mode, a 14-step dynamic range is provided. The Alpha 7R IV is the first camera for Sony to offer real-time autofocus for the eyes for video.
For maximum reliability, the new Alpha 7R IV camera has improved dust and moisture protection. There are also two media slots compatible with UHS-II, which allows you to increase the total memory capacity and increase read / write speeds.
Battery life has been improved – up to 670 shots per charge when using the LCD screen or up to 530 shots with an electronic viewfinder, measured according to CIPA standards. For long-term shooting, you can use the new VG-C4EM, a separately supplied vertical grip, which houses two NP-FZ100 batteries, and the optional multi-battery unit (NPA-MQZ1K), which can accommodate up to four Z-series batteries. It is also possible to power the camera through USB port
The vertical handle of the VG-C4EM doubles the battery life and allows it to be charged via the USB connector on the camera body.
ECM-B1M Unidirectional Microphone – Eight high-level microphone capsules and advanced digital signal processing provide a choice of three radiation patterns in one compact microphone with a length of about 99.3 mm (4 inches) with a superdirectional sensor.
XLR-K3M XLR adapter kit – Two combined XLR / TRS connectors and one 3.5 mm stereo mini-jack for microphone and line-in, with advanced control.
MRW-S3 – Fast USB for PC with UHS-II SD / microSD card reader supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 and 100W USB Power Delivery (USB PD). It is convenient as a means of fast and reliable backup to a computer or SSD-drive.
Sales of the new full-frame interchangeable lens camera Alpha 7R IV in Ukraine will begin in mid-October. The recommended retail price of the camera will be 104,999 UAH. Also on sale are the VG-C4EM vertical grip, ECM-B1M unidirectional microphone, and XLR-K3M adapter.