Sony’s new A7R IV full-frame mirrorless camera has a monstrous 61-megapixel sensor

Sony clearly doesn’t want Canon and Nikon encroaching on its territory. Having seen what its competitors have offered up with the EOS R and Z6 / Z7 respectively, today Sony announced the A7R IV, its latest and most advanced full-frame mirrorless camera yet. Sony says it delivers “medium-format image quality” with the help of a new 61-megapixel sensor.

This camera’s predecessor, the A7R III, features a 42.4-megapixel sensor, so you can see that Sony has made some strides in how far it can push resolution. Sony says the new sensor enables an extraordinary level of detail — even when you zoom far into your images.

The A7R IV has 15 stops of dynamic range, five-axis image stabilization, and burst shooting at 10 fps (with continuous AF / AE…

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