The Sony a7R line of mirrorless cameras has long been popular for offering some of the highest levels of resolution available in a full frame camera in tandem with a wide range of features that make it suitable for many different genres and applications. We have now reached the line's fifth generation, and the a7R V brings with it some of the company's latest advancements and capabilities. This excellent video review takes a look at the camera and the sort of image quality and performance you can expect from it in usage.
Coming to you from Benj Haisch, this great video review takes a look at the Sony a7R V mirrorless camera and how it compares to the a7R IV. Though they share the same 61-megapixel sensor, the a7R V has an appreciable gamut of new features and upgrades, including:
- Faster and more accurate autofocus system
- Improved subject recognition
- New and menu system with improved navigation
- More powerful image stabilization
- Higher-quality viewfinder
- Pixel Shift mode for 240-megapixel images, with built-in motion compensation
- 26- and 15-megapixel reduced resolutions image options downsampled from 61 megapixels for better quality and noise performance, reduced storage demands, and easier post-processing
Altogether, the a7R V looks like quite a capable camera. Check out the video above for the full rundown.