Sony A7r V confirmed to have a new 63MP sensor

A reliable source said that the Sony A7r V confirmed that it will use a new 63-megapixel sensor. No further information has been given yet, and the source promises to bring more information about the model soon...

However, the increase in the number of pixels is not obvious compared to the previous generation, but at present, we cannot know what upgrades this newly developed 63MP sensor will bring, but in any case, it will definitely show better picture quality, and the picture quality will be improved. The main source is probably more advanced processors.

The camera will be released on October 26, while the new ZV entry-level compact camera will be released on October 12. The Sony a7R series cameras feature high image quality and are equipped with high-pixel CMOS.

It has been three years since the Sony a7R IV camera was released in 2019. This camera is equipped with Sony’s first 61-megapixel full-frame sensor, with 15 levels of dynamic range, high-speed continuous shooting at 10 frames per second, and 567 phase detection focus points and 425 contrast detection focus points, covering about 74% of the framing range, support real-time tracking function and 5.5-level anti-shake effect.

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