Electronics leviathan Sony unveiled its 4th-generation Alpha 7 mirrorless camera this fall, giving professional and serious amateur shooters a new option for a technologically up-to-date new core model.
At the heart of the 33-megapixel, $2,500 camera is a new Exmor R CMOS sensor, paired with a BIONZ X imaging engine, a combination capable of capturing extraordinary detail. The 3.68-million-dot electronic viewfinder provides 1.6 times the detail of the outgoing model.
The new Alpha 7 IV can be used at up to ISO 204,800 for ultra low-light photography, and it can shoot 10 frames per second with autofocus tracking. Other features of the new camera include five-axis image stabilization and real-time Eye AF for portrait shooting.