The Sony a7R IV is the highest resolution full frame camera ever made, and it brings with it a range of advanced features from Sony’s other camera lines, making it a versatile option for everything from portraiture to landscape photography and more. This great video review takes a long-term look at the a7R IVA and how it holds up for photo and video work in a range of scenarios.
Coming to you from The Hybrid Shooter, this excellent video review discusses how the Sony a7R IVA holds up over the long run. Originally high-resolution variants on the popular a7 line, the a7R line has expanded the resolution to a whopping 61 megapixels and added a variety of other features, such as a very workable continuous burst rate of 10 fps, the same autofocus system as that in the a9, weather-sealing, and more. This makes the a7R IVA quite a powerful and versatile camera with a variety of applications beyond just things like portrait and landscape photography. For example, with the autofocus and burst rate, sports and wildlife photographers have a camera that also offers the kind of resolution to crop in significantly while still maintaining good image quality. Check out the video above for the full rundown.