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).