New Sony A7rV Review Video And Specs

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New Sony a7rV Specs Video

New Sony A7rV Review Video And Specs

– This Sony a7R V is the fifth generation of the company’s high-resolution full-frame mirrorless series.

Top Sony a7rv specifications:
60MP BSI CMOS sensor
Improved AF with subject recognition
In-body stabilization rated at up to 8.0EV
Continuous shooting at up to 10fps with flash (JPEG or Lossy compressed Raw)
8K/24p or 4K/60p video (both with 1.24x crop)
Full-width 4K up to 30p
10-bit 4:2:2 video options, including S-Log3, S-Cinetone and HLG
Fully-articulated rear screen on tilt-out cradle
Focus bracketing mode (with stacking via computer)
Multi-shot pixel shift high res mode with motion compensation (via computer)
2 x 2 MIMO Wi-Fi
UVC/UAC USB-standard video for use as webcam
The Sony a7R V will be available starting late October at an approved price of $3899, body only. This makes it $400 more expensive than the Mark IV was.

As with the previous Sony Alpha 7R cameras, the new Alpha 7RV features a high-resolution sensor at 61MP. To help ensure that the images stay sharp, Sony has brought a 8-step image stabilization system.

Video has also been well catered for with 8K video output and an all-new 4-axis multi-angle screen.

“The newest addition to our Alpha 7R lineup is the perfect example of our relentless drive to develop industry-leading imaging technology,” said Yang Cheng, Vice President, Imaging Solutions, Sony Electronics Inc. “We are thrilled to introduce the all-new Alpha 7R V with high-resolution and extremely advanced AI integrations that deliver next-generation autofocus performance. We are excited to see what our community creates with the new Alpha 7R V.”

The BIONZ XR image processing engine and full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor are at the heart of the camera. The new image processor has been designed to handle the large file sizes captured by the A7R V, enabling high resolution even in low-light conditions. The Sony A7R V features a sensitivity range of ISO 100 to ISO 32000 for both stills and video, with a wide dynamic range of 15 stops.

The Sony A7R series has been a staple for professional photographers who need a high-resolution stills camera. Yet, alongside the imaging is the video capabilities.

The new camera features 8Ki 24/25P video and 4K oversampled from 6.2k without pixel binning. To help combat the huge file sizes captured when shooting 4 and 8K video, Sony has included the ability to capture in the high-efficiency. MPEG-H HEVC/H.265 codec, all intra-recording, 10-bit 4:2:2, along with plenty of other options and features.

You can find the New Sony a7RV here as soon as available.

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