Sony a7R V Everything we know so far!

The Sony A7R V’s expected specifications have been revealed, giving Sony camera aficionados enough to talk about while they wait for the future camera. With the old Sony A7R IV‘s second birthday approaching in September, we’re not shocked to see specs for its replacement start to emerge. However, the Sony A7R V isn’t expected to be released until 2022, so take these fresh leaks with a grain of salt.

The Sony A7R V was expected to include a 102MP sensor, according to earlier speculations. However, according to the most recent accounts, this colossal figure has silently vanished. Instead, the Sony A7R V is said to use a 61MP Exmor R sensor and a BIONZ XR processor, according to reports.

According to Photo Rumors, the Sony A7R V will include “real-time tracking eye focus for birds, animals, and people,” 10fps continuous shooting, 5.5 stop five-axis image stabilization, and 759 phase-detect AF. Meanwhile, the Sony A7R V will include a 9.44 million pixel EVF, a 2.36 million pixel flip LCD screen, and a dual CFE-A/ SD card port on the physical body.

The Sony A7R V appears to be a good choice for video enthusiasts. According to Photo Rumors, we’ll see 8K/24p full-frame oversampling, 4K/30p Super35 oversampling, and 4K/60p 1.24-time crop model. It’ll also include XAVC HS/S/SI encoding video color depth up to 10Bit 4:2:2 and support several creative modes, including S-CineTone, according to the specs.

The Sony A7R V is expected to cost roughly $3,500 / £3,800 / (around) AU $6,800. Photo Rumors has further information on the Sony A7R V’s expected specifications. However, keep in mind that these characteristics are likely to change before the Sony A7R V is introduced.

Sony a7R V Rumored Specifications:

  • 61MP Full-Frame Exmor R BSI CMOS Sensor
  • Updated BIONZ XR image processor
  • The same menu as that on Sony a7S III
  • 8K30p Raw Video
  • 4K120p 10-Bit Internal Video
  • 5.5 – 6 Stops IBIS
  • Up to 20 fps Shooting
  • 16Bit RAW photos in Shaking Music support (not yet determined)
  • ISO 40-81920 (native 80-32000)
  • 759 points PDAF
  • Real-time tracking eye focus for birds/animals/humans
  • 26 million pixels APS-C Mode
  • 10fps continuous shooting
  • 5.5-speed five-axis image stabilization
  • 9.44 million pixels EVF
  • 2.36 million pixels flip LCD screen
  • Dual CFexpress Type A & UHS-II SD card slots
  • 10Bit HEIF photos support
  • lossless compression RAW photos support
  • shake music mode is updated to four (2 photos/4 photos/8 photos/16 photos) (not yet determined)
  • 3.0″ 1.44m-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen
  • Bluetooth & Wi-Fi
  • supports multiple creative modes including S-CineTone
  • flash sync interface, no full-size HDMI
  • Launch Price: £3800/US$3500
  • Announcement in late 2022

All of these Sony a7R V reported specifications to have yet to be confirmed by reliable sources, so take them with a grain of salt! What are your thoughts on this list? What do you have high hopes for the Sony a7R V?

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