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New Sony A7IV reviews by Digitalcameraworld and Tony Northrup


Sony A7IV preorders (Use those affiliated links to support my work. Thanks!):
In the USA at BHphoto. Amazon. Adorama. FocusCamera. BuyDig.
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In Australia at CameraPro.
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Digitalcameraworld tested the A7IV and concluded:

Don’t think of the A7 IV as Sony’s new ‘entry level’ full frame mirrorless camera. It’s both too powerful, too complex and, yes, too expensive for that. It’s more like a mini-A1 that’s terrifyingly good at everything but less than half the price. Stills photographers can revel in its 33MP resolution and incredible burst mode, while videographers get a camera that leaves the previous A7 III far behind.

Dpreview answered the question: “Should you upgrade? New Sony a7 IV vs a7 III”

Ultimately, then, it all comes down to money. The a7 IV is a better camera than the a7 III in just about every respect. Not just its performance but also in terms of everyday usability. If you’re in the market for a new E-mount camera and you plan to keep it for a couple of years, we believe the additional cost, spread out across those years, is worth it for a camera that’s just that bit nicer to work with, in addition to the specific feature upgrades it gets.

And this is Tonys take on the A7IV:

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