Sony A7M4 camera version 1.11 firmware released

Sony today released the A7M4 camera version 1.11 upgrade firmware, the updated content is as follows:

  • Improved shutter stability.
  • Fixed a phenomenon in which motion picture files rotated by the camera may not be rotated when displayed on a computer.
The A7M4 camera was released in October of last year. It uses a newly developed 33-megapixel full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor and achieves a wide photosensitive range that can be extended to ISO 50-204800. It has a 15-stop dynamic range under the sensitivity to achieve a wider light and shadow level.

The A7M4 camera uses the same BIONZ XR image processor as the flagship mirrorless Alpha 1, which can achieve AF / AE tracking and calculation during high-speed continuous shooting at 10 frames per second, and the large internal cache provides users with a smooth shooting experience; A focal plane phase-detection focusing system covering approximately 94% of the imaging range, enabling excellent real-time tracking performance with 759 phase-detection focusing points; the real-time eye focus function also supports bird and animal tracking for the first time in both photo and video shooting. Real-time eye tracking.

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