Sony Alpha 7 IV Camera with AI-powered autofocus

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Sony has recently released a new line of cameras called the Sony Alpha 7 IV. It has many improvements over the previous Alpha 7 model. It’s faster, more high-quality, and has longer battery life. One surprising addition is the facial recognition function. Their upgraded auto-focus feature is one of the fastest on the market, allowing for quick and accurate capturing of photos of moving objects. It also came along with flexible connectivity for on-the-spot transmission of images from your device to any destination.


The camera comes with hybrid autofocus features, AI-based real-time Eye autofocus, real-time tracking for photos and videos, continuous shooting at up to 10 frames per second with AF tracking, phase-detection AF covering approximately 94 percent of the sensor area, and a high-density focal-plane phase-detection AF system that enables subjects to be tracked more efficiently even in dense lighting conditions. Sony says the Alpha 7 IV can now track birds’ and animals’ eyes when shooting still images and movies; keep up with human eye movement! Face and eye detection accuracy when taking shots of humans has been improved by approximately 30%.

Key Specifications:

  • 33MP BSI CMOS full-frame sensor
  • Up to 10 frames per second shooting in lossy Raw with large buffer
  • In-body stabilization rated up to 5.5EV
  • Full-width oversampled 4K from 7K, up to 30p
  • 4K/60p (4,056 x 2,160) “oversampled” from 4.6K with Super35 / APS-C sensor mode
  • 10-bit video or HEIF stills capture
  • H.265 video, S-Cinetone color mode
  • 3.69M dot OLED viewfinder
  • Two card slots, one support (1x CFe A/UHS-II, 1x UHS-II SD)
  • Full-time Bluetooth LE connection

The A7 IV is available for preorder at the cost of $2499. The shipment will start on December 31, 2021.


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