Sony Alpha 7 IV | Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera ( 33MP, Real-time autofocus, 10 fps, 4K60p, Vari-angle touch screen, Large capacity Z battery ), Black
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Also there is no such thing as a perfect camera. If judged by the standard of some illusory perfection, all cameras will seem "crippled" as all engineering is a set of trade offs.
Sony Alpha 7 IV Mirrorless Full-frame Interchangeable Lens
And oh yeah...that EVF of the Z9 offers a far better user experience than the A1...it's not even close. This is why explanation like - they need to rise the prices because the market is failing is nonsense. And not going to work. Looking at the competition in a similar price range, Canon has the EOS R6 that shoots 20.1-megapixel photos, has 1,053 phase-detect autofocus points over Sony’s 759, and autofocus sensitivity down to -6.5 EV over the Sony’s -5 EV. It can even record 4K 10-bit 4:2:2 video internally, too.You are wrong, I was not trolling. It was a serious question. But the fact that you think I was trolling explains your attitude.
Sony a7 IV review - Digital Photography Review
We can see the A7 IV being a big hit with wedding photographers. Its huge buffer capacity could be a real game-changer, especially when you don't know if a key moment is going to last for 5 seconds or 50! (Image credit: Rod Lawton) A menu option lets you decide which settings carry over from stills to video and which maintain independent values. You can choose from: Aperture, Shutter Speed, ISO, Exposure Comp, Metering Mode, White Balance, Picture Profile and Focus Mode. It's well worth setting this up when you first start shooting with the camera, so you can just flip the Stills/Video switch when you want to jump between shooting styles. Live streaming
no, it isn't, peaking on all milc bodies may need to be used at the widest aperture, and always in conjunction with magnification for the best results... that's been covered many times on milc forums.
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The crop factors are another thing. If you want to shoot 4K 60p, the camera switches to a Super35 crop (roughly APS-C) to do it, and – annoyingly – it also crops in when you switch from regular video mode to the S&Q mode. So you can't just switch over to grab a bit of fast or slow-motion footage because your framing will change. Ultimately, you could just switch to Super35 mode from the outset to avoid these mid-shoot crop changes, but then you lose the advantage of full-width capture. Second we constantly see how they are moving to the "high margin products" but mas produced 135 format cameras are much more low margin products, and top models are far away from high margin products! So second free market nonsense repeated here!
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Camera vendors did the same in the 80-90-00s and still dreaming for this times. But times are changing and if they do not find a way to produce and sell more desirable and appealing products they will go to ask Kodak how to proceed. While efforts have been placed to provide accurate information, there could be human errors which may crept in. In the event of discrepancy, the product operating instructions supplied with product shall be the authentic reference point.