Best Mirrorless Camera

June 03, 2020

Best Mirrorless Camera

The Sony A7R IV has the resolution, autofocus, speed, and form factor that puts to shame all other Mirrorless Cameras!

  • Stunning resolution: world’s first 61MP full frame 35 millimeter back illuminated Exmor R CMOS Image Sensor
  • High speed: up to 10Fps continuous shooting at 61MP with AE/AF tracking; 26.2MP in APS C crop mode
  • Fast Hybrid Autofocus: 567 Phase detection AF points and 425 contrast AF points to cover more area
  • Advanced subject recognition: real time tracking and real time eye AF for humans, animals and movies
  • Accurate color reproduction: 15 stop dynamic Range at low sensitivities for greater Color accuracy
  • Incredible detail: see fine details with area specific noise reduction from Sony BIONZ X processor
  • 4K video: full pixel readout without binning in super 35 millimeter mode; S log and HLG recording features

The Sony a7R IV is the company's fourth generation, high-resolution full-frame mirrorless camera and is built around a BSI-CMOS sensor that outputs 60.2MP images. Relative to previous generations, it promises more robust build quality, refined controls, the company's latest autofocus implementation, and more.

The A7R IV’s design tweaks make it handle better than the A7R III before it (though it can still be tiresome), and the resolution puts it well ahead of all its full frame mirrorless rivals for megapixels. And yet… while Sony’s hybrid AF system just keeps on getting better and better, the 4K video stays capped at 30fps, and real-world sharpness gains are subtle.

The Verdict! 

The full-frame mirrorless Sony a7R IV outshines its high-resolution competition with an outstanding autofocus system and a superlative image sensor, delivering class-leading performance.