The Sony a7R IV is the latest entry in Sony's popular series of high-resolution cameras, and it brings with it a huge bump in resolution along with other improvements. Is it the right camera for you? This great review takes a thorough look at the camera to help you decide.
Coming to you from Dustin Abbott, this excellent review takes a good look at the Sony a7R IV camera. The a7R IV has an almost 20-megapixel bump in resolution (to 61 megapixels) over the already high-resolution a7R III, an over 50% bump in EVF resolution, autofocus improvements, and refined ergonomics, plus more. Still, the a7R III is one heck of a camera, and you might be wondering if you need the extra improvements, features, and refinements over the a7R III. Personally, while the difference between the a7R II and a7R III was massive, it seems the gap between the a7R III and a7R IV is more about refinement and polish over massive leaps (aside from the large jump in resolution). Still, the sum of all those improvements can make for a big difference in your shooting experience and could well make the a7R IV worth it. Check out the video above for Abbott's full thoughts.