61 Megapixels
8K Video Quality
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
ISO 50-102400
Electronic Viewfinder
3.0" LCD Screen
SKU: GC35-ILCE7RM5B

Sony A7R V Mirrorless Digital Camera - Body Only

The Sony Alpha A7R V Mirrorless Digital Camera is the perfect choice for photographers looking to upgrade their gear. With its 61MP full-frame sensor, it produces incredibly detailed and vivid images with stunning clarity and resolution. And with an all-new autofocus system, you can capture fast-moving subjects with ease.

The A7R V also features 5-axis image stabilization, up to 10fps continuous shooting, a sophisticated viewfinder, and an intuitive touch screen. Plus, it's lightweight and portable, making it ideal for capturing the perfect shot anywhere you go. With its impressive performance and incredible versatility, the Sony Alpha A7R V Mirrorless Digital Camera is sure to be a great addition to any photographer's arsenal.

61 Megapixels
8K Video Quality
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
ISO 50-102400
Electronic Viewfinder
3.0" LCD Screen
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Product Overview

The Sony Alpha A7R V Mirrorless Digital Camera is the perfect choice for photographers looking to upgrade their gear. With its 61MP full-frame sensor, it produces incredibly detailed and vivid images with stunning clarity and resolution. And with an all-new autofocus system, you can capture fast-moving subjects with ease.

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Key Features

61 Megapixels

Capture stunning high resolution images with the 61MP BSI CMOS sensor.

8K Video Quality

The Sony A7R V shoots at up to 10bit 4K/60p for stunning cinematic quality video.

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

With built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth you can easily transfer images from your camera to your phone. You can also shoot remotely via your smartphone using the Imaging Edge Mobile App.

ISO 50-102400

Designed to shoot in varying light conditions, the camera has a native ISO 50-102,400 range.

Electronic Viewfinder

The Sony A7R V is equipped with a high resolutions 3.69M dots / 0.78x magnification electronic viewfinder.

3.0" LCD Screen

The fully articulated 1,036,800 dot 3" touchscreen enabled LCD screen of the Sony A7R V makes using it a breeze.

Product Specs

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Brand

Sony

ISO Range

50-102,400

Lens Mount

Sony E Mount

Sensor Size

Full Frame

Sensor Resolution

61 Megapixels

Aspect Ratio

Continuous Shooting Speed

10 FPS

Self Timer

2 or 10 Seconds

Video Resolution

8K 24/25P, 4k 50/60p, 4:2:2 10bit, All-I

Memory Card Type

2x CFExpress Type A

Connectivity

WiFi 5GHz / 2.4 GHz

Image Stabilisation

8 Stops IBIS

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The next evolution of autofocus performance.

Delivering breathtaking results for Human autofocus recognition, using more than just face and eyes for detection.

The next evolution of autofocus performance.

AI processing unit for advanced subject recognition

The α7R V is equipped with an AI processing unit specifically dedicated to processing significant amounts of data to enable more accurate recognition of subjects and recognition of a wider range of subject types.

Pixel Shift Multi Shooting responds to changing conditions

Pixel Shift Multi Shooting responds to changing conditions

Pixel Shift Multi Shooting takes advantage of precision in-body image stabilisation system control. Up to 16 pixel-shifted images are captured and later composited using a computer to achieve overwhelming resolution in a single image. Even tiny movements down to single-pixel level can be detected and compensated for by the PC software doing the compositing.

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