Sony Alpha 7R V with BIONZ XR processor: Specs and Pice « Naijatechnews

Sony Alpha 7R V with BIONZ XR processor: Specs and Pice

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Sony’s next-generation Alpha 7R V camera will use the BIONZ XR processor, which is the same price as Sony’s full-frame mirrorless Alpha 7S III, and is about 3,800 pounds / 3,500 US dollars overseas ( About 22645 yuan).

Naijatechnews has learned that Alpha 7S III uses a newly developed approximately 12.1 million pixel sensor. The video recording function includes support for 4K 120p video shooting. The domestic single-body price is 23,999 yuan.

In other respects, this camera will support ISO 40-81920 (native 80-32000) 61 million pixels, equipped with Exmor R sensor, 759-point PDAF, real-time tracking, eye focus (bird/animal/human), 26 million pixel APS -C mode, 10fps continuous shooting, 5.5-speed five-axis image stabilization, 9.44 million pixel EVF, 2.36 million pixel tilted LCD screen, new menu, dual CFE-A/SD compatible card slots, 10Bit HEIF photos, support for lossless compression RAW photo.

In addition, the camera’s shake mode will be updated to four (2 frames / 4 frames / 8 frames / 16 frames) (not determined yet), and 16Bit RAW photos in the camera will support (not determined yet) full-frame oversampling 8K/24p, 4K/24p video, Super35 oversampling 4K/30p video, support 1.24 times crop mode 4K/60p video, XAVC HS/S/SI coded video, color depth up to 10Bit 4:2:2, support multiple The creative mode includes S-CineTone, flash sync interface, and no full-size HDMI.

FF 9.504K Oversampling: 8K,4K/24p
FF 4.752K Binning: 4K/30p
FF 3.168K Binning: HD/24,30,60p
1.24x Crop 3.84K Binning: 4K/60p
1.24x Crop 1.92K Binning: HD/120p
S35 6.336K Oversampling: 4K/24,30p
S35 3.168K Binning: HD/24,30,60p

8K: 24p 10Bit 4:2:0
4K: 24/60p 10Bit 4:2:2/4:2:0
4K: 24/30/60p 10Bit 4:2:2 / 8Bit 4:2:0
HD: 24/30/60p 10Bit 4:2:2 / 8Bit 4:2:0
HD: 120p 8Bit 4:2:0
4K: 24/30/60p 10Bit 4:2:2
HD: 24/30/60p 10Bit 4:2:2


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