Sony Alpha 7 IV with 33 megapixel sensor, BIONZ XR image processor introduced

Sony Alpha 7 IV comes with improved speed hybrid autofocus, AI-based real-time Eye autofocus, and real-time tracking for photos and videos.

Sony Alpha 7 IV Summary

Sony Alpha 7 IV interchangeable-lens camera has been unveiled. It comes with a new 33-megapixel full-frame back-illuminated CMOS image sensor, wide ISO sensitivity range expandable to ISO 50-204,800, wide 15-stop dynamic range, latest BIONZ XR image processing engine, and two new flashes — the HVL-F60RM2 and HVL-F46RM.

The Sony Alpha 7 IV has 10 presets including S-Cinetone, S-Log3, and Creative Look for different creative outcomes. The Sony camera claims to offer up to 2.5x slow motion with 4K 60p movies. It integrates a 10-bit 4:2:2 All-I XAVC S-I for smoother gradations.

Sony Alpha 7 IV price
The new Sony Alpha 7 IV is priced at $ 2,500 (roughly Rs. 1,86,900) and CAD 3,200 (roughly Rs. 1,93,700). It will be available sometime in December of this year. Sony says that a kit version with Sony’s FE 28-70mm F3.5-5.6 OSS zoom lens will also be available for about $ 2,700 (roughly Rs. 2,02,000) and CAD 3,400.00 (roughly Rs. 2,05,800).

Sony Alpha 7 IV New flashes Price and availability                                                                                                 Coming to new flashes, the new HVL-F46RM will be available in November for $ 400 (roughly Rs. 29,900) and CAD 550 (roughly Rs. 33,300). There is also the new HVL-F60RM2 flash that will be available at the same time for $ 550 (roughly Rs. 41,400) and CAD 750 (roughly Rs. 45,400).

All of this will be sold at a variety of authorized Sony dealers in North America. The availability of the new camera and flashes in India has not been announced.

Sony Alpha 7 IV Specification
The Sony Alpha IV comes with improved speed hybrid autofocus, AI-based real-time Eye autofocus, and real-time tracking for photos and videos. It offers continuous shooting at up to 10fps with AF tracking and tracks subjects with 759 phase-detection AF points in a high-density focal-plane AF system that covers approximately 94 percent of the image area.

Eye and Face Tracking Improvement

Sony says the camera can now track the eye of birds and animals for both still images and movies, as well as humans. The Alpha 7 IV is also said to come with the human eye and face detection accuracy that is improved by about 30 percent compared to the Alpha 7 III.

5-axis Working

Additionally, the camera has 5-axis in-body image stabilization for 5.5-stop compensation and handheld video recording in active mode. As mentioned, the Sony Alpha 7 IV is integrated with a 33 megapixel back-illuminated CMOS image sensor and a BIONZ XR image processor for up to 8x processing speed. It is also said to achieve a wide ISO sensitivity range expandable to ISO 50 – 204,800 and has a dynamic range of 15 stops.

Amazing Features which helps a lot during Photographic

There is a veri-angle LCD touch monitor on the Sony Alpha 7 IV for flexible positioning. It has a quad-VGA OLED viewfinder that is 1.6 times the resolution of the Alpha 7 III viewer. There are more than 10 presets and 8 parameters to choose from. Presets include S-Cinetone, S-Log3, and Creative Look, Creative Look IN, and Creative Look BW. The camera has a dial for quick access to still, movie, and S&Q modes. The rear dial is also customizable and the camera offers new mode-specific menus in the interface.

Connectivity and Video Resolution Data

As mentioned, the Sony Alpha 7 IV claims to offer up to 2.5x slow motion with 4K 60p movies and integrates a 10-bit All-I XAVC S-I 4: 2: 2 for smoother gradations. Connectivity options include in-body wireless LAN (2.4GHz and 5GHz bands), Bluetooth, and a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port. It also offers real-time live streaming over a USB connection including high-resolution 4K video.

 

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