Sony introduces Alpha 7 IV camera with 33MP full-frame image sensor in India

Sony has launched the new Alpha 7 IV interchangeable lens camera in India. This camera comes with the new 33MP full-frame image sensor, and it’s joined by the new flash, HVL-F60RM2. Here is an overview of all the details.

Sony Alpha 7 IV: specs and features

Sony Alpha 7 IV comes with the flagship-grade BIONZ XR image processing engine for better image quality compared to the previous camera, the Alpha 7 III. There’s also support for advanced autofocus capabilities, which support real-time tracking (can track bird and animal eyes) and are 30% improved over the previous camera.

33MP resolution is supported to change the meaning of what a “basic” camera can do. The 33-megapixel full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor achieves better detail and less noise.

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Among the different features it has, there is 4K video recording supported by S-Cinetone for a rich, cinematic look to videos. 4K at 60 fps and 4K at 30 fps with 7K oversampling in full frame mode are supported. The camera also features 10-bit depth 4:2:2 color sampling for natural gradation.

Sony Alpha 7 IV is a hybrid still and video camera and can easily allow users to switch between these two modes. It also features 5-axis optical image stabilization, a new heat dissipation system to keep it cool during long video recording sessions, and allows easy connectivity with a smartphone, using the Imaging Edge Mobile application.

Additional Sony Alpha 7 IV features include XAVC SI intra-frame encoding for more efficient editing workflows, XAVC HS for doubled compression efficiency, Shot Mark for accessing marked scenes in a video, support for live streaming, remote access, etc.

Additionally, the new Sony HVL-F60RM2 flash comes with GN 60 and 20-200mm 10 coverage and is intended for “precise offer control, improved high speed and intuitive operation.” It improved flash shooting performance by 200 times at 10 fps. It also supports an optimized algorithm to make it resistant to overheating. The flash trigger delay has also been reduced to allow users to capture facial expressions and momentary movements.

Price and availability

the Sony Alpha 7 IV is priced at Rs 2.42, 490 (body only) and Rs 2,62,490 (body + 28-70mm zoom lens). Sony HVL-F60RM2 flash is priced at Rs 46,000. All these products are now available for purchase through Sony Center, Alpha Flagship stores, www.ShopatSC.com portal, major electronics stores, Amazon India and Flipkart.

Michael C. Garrison