Sony Unveils the World’s First 61MP Full Frame Camera in the new Alpha A7R IV.

Sony just announced the new A7R IV, the world’s first 61 megapixel full frame camera. Per Sony, The camera’s image resolution is a “world first” for a 35mm-equivalent full-frame digital sensor. Claiming to set a new standards in image quality and useability. The A7R IV also has 10fps with auto-focus and auto-exposure tracking capabilities; 567 phase-detect autofocus points that can cover around 74% of the frame; real time Eye AF tracking for stills and on movie mode. It is gear toward videographers and photographers alike with 4K HDR movie recording with S-Log2/3 and HLG support; ISO range of 100-32000 and 50-102400 expandable, a beast in low light.

Sony’s also added a multi-interface shoe for a new shotgun microphone, designed for high quality digital sound recording.

The new A7R IV also offers five-axis in-body image stabilization, a 5.76 million-to UXGA OLED EVF, weather and dust resistance, wireless tethered shooting capabilities and dual UHS-II SD card slots for storage. A7R IV is to arrive in September 2019 for $3,500 (body-only).

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