SONY has released the Alpha 7 IV, the successor to the very popular Alpha 7 III, with a 33-megapixel sensor, 10 frames per second shooting, and a range of video features that SONY says is a true hybrid full-frame system.
The Alpha 7 IV is powered by a 33-megapixel backlit sensor (BSI) powered by SONY's latest-generation processor. While not stacked, SONY promises that the camera will deliver the top image quality and advanced AI autofocus. In addition, the company is equipping the Alpha 7 IV with what it calls "revolutionary" film technology to create a device specifically designed to mix photos and video.
Of all the cameras offered by SONY, the Alpha 7 IV sits above the A6600, alongside the Alpha 7 III and a7C, but below the Alpha 7S III, Alpha 7R IV, and Alpha 1. In short, this camera sits squarely in the middle of SONY's entire camera lineup.SONY is targeting existing mixed shooters and advanced amateurs, as well as users who think streaming and file sharing are the most important new developments.
The 33-megapixel sensor has 759 phase-detection automatic focus, covering 94% of the sensor, and provides real-time eye autofocus for humans, animals, and birds. It also slightly improves the IBIS system, providing 5.5-bit image stabilization, up from the previous 5-bit compensation.
SONY says its latest autofocus algorithm can achieve light level accuracy as low as EV-4 in AF-S mode.
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