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Sony A7R IV to Feature 54MP Sensor [Rumor]

According to the latest rumors, Sony is working on a high resolution 54 megapixel full frame stacked BSI CMOS sensor.  The Sensor based on same architecture of Sony A6500 camera sensor.

In that post the source of the rumor mill also confirmed that the 26MP sensor being used inside the Fuji X-T3 camera is made by Sony.

We Already have a bunch of information related to Sony 60 megapixel full frame sensor [see here and here] that is rumored to be used inside Sony upcoming full frame mirrorless cameras. For the first time we are getting news about Sony 54 Megapixel fullframe CMOS sensor.

Sony will use 50+MP Sensor for Sony A7R IV

Despite of creating one of the best high-resolution full frame cameras in the market, Sony is still behind resolution of Canon 5ds R camera. So resolution wise Sony is still lagging behind Canon. And they need to overcome that.

There is a big possibility that Sony may use 54MP or 60MP Stacked CMOS sensor for their Sony A7R IV camera. It’s necessary for Sony to surpass the Canon 5DSR Resolution barrier and to become No.1 in competition.

We will update you soon as we get any new information.

Also see – Best Lenses for Sony A7III camera

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Sony A9R, A7R IV and Sony A7 IV Possible Sensor Specifications

According to latest rumors coming out from rumor mills,  Sony Registered two New fullframe sensor with 60MP and 36MP Fullframe Resolution sensor. Take a look at the details of the sensor registered by Sony, Keep in mind Sony never list their Exclusive sensors commercially, for example Sony A9 and Sony A7R III isn’t available commercially yet. So if they use these sensors for their upcoming cameras then don’t except these Sensors will be listed commercially.

Sony A9R / Sony A7R IV Upcoming Sensor Specs

Sensor 1:
60MP
16 channels (which is crazy, normally it should be 8),
4.6FPS@16bit
12FPS@14bit
8k30P@12bit
8K60p@10bit
4k60p@12bit
FHD300P@10bit

Based on the Sensor specs, the camera is able to record High-Resolution videos upto 8K. And it will become a perfect competitor for Panasonic Upcoming Dedicated Video camera for L-Mount.

It’s better to say the sensor will be used for Sony A9 series camera aka A9R and the camera will arrive at a higher price tag than of the existing Sony A7R series camera.

Sony A7IV Possible Sensor Specification

Sensor 2:

36MP
10FPS@16bit
60FPS@10bit
on-chip PDAF

The 36 MP sensor may get used in Sony next A7 Series fullframe camera, possibly in Sony A7 IV, however we have to wait for further confirmations.

Sony is very aggressive with its fullframe mirrorless line-up, after Canikon announcement Sony market share rapidly dropped from 100% to 67%. Sony will sure announce more new Mirrorless camera in the year 2019 to regain its market share and prevent further loss.

See more – Sony A6700 latest specifications and Sony A7S III Sensor tech info leaked

Also see – Best Lenses for Sony A7III camera

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Sony A7R IV Not Coming Soon

From past few weeks we are getting a lot of questions related to the Sony A7R IV camera, several readers are asking the same questions, is it safe to buy the Sony A7R 3 camera now. Let me tell you that it is completely safely to buy the Sony A7R 3 camera now. Because if u look at the announcement dates of the Sony A7R series camera, we still have one year left for the next update of Sony A7R III . The Sony A7R III camera was announced back on February 2018.

And if you look at the previous announcement date of A7R series camera, then you will find that Sony do maintain at least 1 + years of gap in announcing the megapixel Monsters.

Sony A7R Series Camera Announcement Timeline

Camera Name Announcement Date Price
Sony A7R October 2013 $1848
Sony A7R II May 2016 $1998
Sony A7R III Feb 2018 $2624
Sony A7R IV 2020

Sony A7R IV Expected Core Specs

Based on the rumors we have received in past via veteran rumor mills that Sony is working on 70-80MP sensor. So, we may see A7R IV camera with a super High resolution sensor and ability to capture 6K Videos. Well, Recording 6K video isn’t a big issue for Sony A7 series camera, because recently announced Sony A7 III camera that records videos at 6k resolution and then it down-sample it to make a High Quality 4K video with more details. So, Sony A7 series already have it and 6K isn’t a new thing for Sony.

Sony A9R Before Sony A7R IV ?

Well, that’ a big possibility. We, have seen Sony first announced the Sony A9 camera even when the A7II update was overdue and approx 1 year after the announcement of Sony A9 camera, Sony announced the trim-out version of Sony A9 camera. The Sony A7III while having almost same core specification as of Sony A9 will cost you $2K less than the Sony A9 camera.  It’s a clear indication that Sony wants to reach more people and at the same time they also want to make some profit and dominate Fullframe camera market by lowering down the cost of High-end cameras. So, it is also possible that this Year we may see Sony A9R camera and a year after we will have a trim-out version of the flagship, Sony A7R IV.

What is specifications you want to see inside the Sony A7R IV camera. Do your thoughts and wish list with us.

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