- Sony Alpha 7R V launched in India at Rs 3,53,990
- The camera comes with a 61-megapixel full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor
- It will be available for purchase from Mar 15, 2023
Sony has unveiled a new beast in the mirrorless camera space. The Alpha 7R V boasts an AI-based autofocus system that promises fast and accurate focusing. It also has a robust specs sheet, making the Alpha 7R V an ideal choice for professional photographers and videographers. Here’s everything you need to know about Sony’s latest mirrorless offering.
Sony Alpha 7R V Features and Specifications
The Sony Alpha 7R V features a 61-megapixel full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor. The camera also has a BIONZ XR image processing engine, allowing faster data processing and better image quality.
The Sony Alpha 7R V’s focusing technology is its standout feature. It analyses the scene and subject with AI-based technology and adjusts the focus accordingly. The camera can track and focus on the subject’s eyes and face. The new AI Processing Unit also supports Sony’s popular Animal eye auto detect feature. Moreover, the Sony Alpha 7R V has a 693 focus point and supports ISO sensitivity of 100 to 32000.
It has advanced image stabilisation with up to an 8-step compensation effect. The camera supports 10 fps burst with AF/AE tracking, up to 583 compressed RAWs. As the camera is targeted towards professionals, it comes with two CFexpress Type A compatible slots.
The camera’s video capabilities are impressive, with 8K 24/25p and 4K 50/60p movie recording with 10-bit 4:2:2 colour depth. It also flaunts a 9.44 mil dot QXGA EVF and 4-axis multi-angle LCD display.
Sony Alpha 7R V Price and Availability
The Sony Alpha 7R V costs Rs 3,53,990 and will be available from Mar 15, 2023. It will be available across all Sony Center, Alpha Flagship stores, Sony authorised dealers, e-commerce websites (Amazon and Flipkart) and major electronic stores across India. The company is also offering an extended warranty of 2+1 years* on the purchase of the Alpha 7R V camera.
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