The Sony a7R IV was a spectacular camera on paper when it was first released, building on the long history of success and innovation in the R line of cameras. The marquee features were the large bump in resolution and the addition of some impressive autofocus features taken from the a9, along with other improvements, such as better ergonomics. If you have been interested in the camera, this great video review takes a real world look at the camera after six months of usage.
Coming to you from Dan Watson, this helpful video review takes an honest look at the Sony a7R IV after six months of usage. The a7R III was certainly no slouch of a camera (I certainly love shooting with mine), but the a7R IV upped the game again with a bevy of both slight tweaks and big steps forward. The thing that really amazes me about the camera is the fact that it shoots 61-megapixel images at 10 fps, as traditionally, one has to choose between speed and resolution. Combine that with its impressive autofocus system that borrows some features from the flagship a9, and it is a highly versatile camera, particularly since its resolution allows wildlife and sports photographers to crop in as needed and still maintain good image quality. It's quite the impressive camera; check out the video above for Watson's full thoughts.