Here is a Sony a7R IV review for wildlife photographers. Aaron Baggenstos spent a month in East Africa leading photo safaris.
He tested Sony’s latest high megapixel a7RIV paired with a variety of their new super-telephoto lenses. Check out the video below showing the Sony a7R IV review for wildlife photographers.
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A7RIV Camera Highlights:
- The 61MP sensor delivers some of the most stunningly detailed images I have ever seen.
- An innovative autofocus system with subject tracking and animal AF fast enough to track birds and wildlife.
- Pair it with one of over 50 native lenses (no adapter needed) including a spectacular new lightest on the market 600mm f4, 400mm 2.8, 200-600mm, or 100-400mm.
- Exceptional low light performance. I’m very happy with files up to ISO3200 and comfortable pushing to ISO6400 when needed. ISO12800 is usable.
- Brilliant OLED EFV viewfinder with live histogram, the first one I have looked at that I consider superior to the optical experience of a DSLR.
- 5.5 stops of in body stabilization. Although still not as good as Panasonic or Olympus.
- Excellent battery life, no issues here.
- Charge your camera with a USB-C cord, save carrying a bulky battery charger.
You can also read the full review here.
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