Simply called the, the A7R IV, the new Camera boasts of some big upgrades over the previous model, which was already feature-packed to begin with.
Some of the basic specifications include an ISO range of 100-32,000 (expandable), 567 PDAF and 425 contrast detection autofocus points, E-mount, and Sony's BIONZ X image processor.
The new camera might look similar to the older model but Sony says it has made some upgrades to the design and usability.
There's a wider hand grip, new multi-selector joystick, and redesigned shape and position of the rear dial.
Sony also announced the ECM-B1M shotgun microphone, XLR-K3M XLR adopter kit, which go on sale in September and October for $350 (around Rs.
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