Sony A7R5 will be equipped with a new processor

Sony's A7R5 flagship camera to be released on October 26th will be equipped with a newly developed processor, and the speed will be greatly improved. A highly credible source has reportedly confirmed that the A7R5 will feature a newly developed sensor, possibly around 63MP, with the major image quality improvements coming from the faster processor. The source says there are a lot of small improvements to the camera, and there's only one real highlight, but can't say for now.

The Sony A7R series cameras feature high image quality and are equipped with high-pixel CMOS. In 2019, the Sony A7R4 camera was released, equipped with Sony's first 61-megapixel full-frame sensor, with a 15-stop dynamic range, 10 high-speed continuous shooting per second, and 567 phase detection focus points and 425 contrast detection focus points, covering about 74 % viewfinder range, supports real-time tracking function and 5.5-level anti-shake effect at the same time.

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