Sony's a7R series has long been respected for offering extremely high levels of resolution (the highest available in a full frame camera, in fact), along with a range of advanced features that make it the workhorse of choice for a wide range of applications. Now in its fifth generation, the a7R is quite refined and can satisfy the needs of many users. This great video review takes a look at the camera and the sort of performance and image quality you can expect from it in practice.
Coming to you from DPReview TV, this excellent video review takes a look at the Sony a7R V mirrorless camera. The a7R V comes with the same 61-megapixel sensor as the a7R IV, but it still comes with a range of upgrades and added features, including:
- Quicker and more accurate autofocus system with improved subject recognition
- New and easier-to-use menu system
- Better image stabilization
- Improved viewfinder
- Pixel Shift mode for creating 240-megapixel images, now with built-in motion compensation
- 26- and 15-megapixel reduced resolutions image options downsampled from 61 megapixels for improved quality and noise performance, reduced post-processing demands, and lower storage needs
All in all, the a7R V looks like quite a capable and well-balanced camera. Check out the video above for the full rundown.