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

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Sony Alpha 7 IV released in India

Sony has launched a new Alpha 7 IV interchangeable lens camera in India.New to this camera 33MP full frame image sensor, And it is combined by a new flash, HVL-F60RM2. Let’s take a look at all the details.

Sony Alpha 7 IV: Specifications and Features

For Sony Alpha 7 IV, Flagship grade BIONZ XR image processing engine The image quality is improved compared to the conventional camera Alpha 7 III. It supports real-time tracking (which can track the eyes of birds and animals) and also supports advanced autofocus features, which is 30% better than previous cameras.

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

Sony Alpha 7 IV released in India

Among the various features it has I have a 4K video recording backed up by S-Cinetone For the rich and cinematic look of the video. It supports 4K at 60fps and 4K at 30fps with 7K oversampling in full frame mode. The camera also has 10-bit depth 4: 2: 2 color sampling for natural gradients.

The Sony Alpha 7 IV is a still and video hybrid camera that allows the user to easily switch between these two modes. It also features a 5-axis optical in-body image stabilization mechanism and a new heat dissipation system to keep you cool during long video recording sessions. Easy connection with Smartphones thanks to the Imaging Edge Mobile app..

Other Sony Alpha 7 IV features include XAVC SI in-frame encoding for a more efficient editing workflow, XAVC HS for twice the compression efficiency, and shotmarks for accessing marked scenes in video. Livestreaming support, remote access and more.

In addition, the new Sony HVL-F60RM2 flash comes with GN60 and 20-200mm10 coverage, “Accurate offer Controlled, enhanced high-speed and intuitive operability.. The flash shooting performance has been improved by 200 times at 10 fps. It also supports algorithms optimized to withstand overheating. The flash release time lag has also been reduced, allowing users to capture momentary facial expressions and movements.

Price and availability

The The Sony Alpha 7 IV is priced at Rupees 2,42 and 490. (Body only) and Rs 2,62,490 (Body + 28-70 mm zoom lens). The price of the Sony HVL-F60RM2 flash is 46,000 rupees. All of these products are now available for purchase from the Sony Center, Alpha Flagship Store, www.ShopatSC.com Portal, major electronics stores, Amazon India and Flipkart.