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Sony Alpha a7R IV Camera with Sigma MC-11 Converter (Canon EF to Sony E-Mount)

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SONY AUTHORIZED DEALER: Includes USA Manufacturer WarrantyBUNDLE INCLUDES: Sony Alpha a7R IV Mirrorless Full Frame Digital Camera Body with Sigma MC-11 Lens Mount Converter (Canon EF to Sony E-Mount)

Date First Available : September 09, 2020

The a7R IV Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera is a new addition to the Sony Alpha a7R series. The camera offers a remarkable resolution, thanks to its 60MP full-frame back-illuminated CMOS sensor. This high-resolution sensor combined with a powerful, high-speed BIONZ X image processing engine, produces sharp, high-contrast images with accurate color reproduction even in low-light conditions. Sony Alpha a7R IV comes packed with features like built-in 5-axis image stabilizer for minimized vibration, Superb AF coverage, speed, and tracking, Real-time Eye AF, up to 10 fps burst shooting for capturing decisive moments, and much more. 61MP Full-Frame Sensor The a7R IV features the world’s first 35mm full-frame back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with 61MP effective pixels, delivering depth and dimension that was once only available in medium-format cameras. The back-illuminated structure and effective area specific noise reduction techniques combine to deliver an extraordinary blend of low noise and high sensitivity for enormous imaging potential. 15-Stop Dynamic Range The Alpha 7R IV boasts an impressive 15-stop dynamic range at low sensitivities, resulting in smooth natural gradations ranging from deep shadows to highlights, and utilizes algorithms from many of the latest Alpha cameras to maintain outstanding color reproduction. BIONZ X Processing Advanced Detail Reproduction Technology and Area-specific Noise Reduction - both features of Sony’s BIONZ X image processing engine - have been carefully tuned to maximize the performance of a sensor that offers approximately 1.5 times more resolution than the highly acclaimed Alpha 7R III, achieving extremely fine, realistic reproduction of textures and details. Low Noise at High ISO A standard ISO range that extends from ISO 100 up to ISO 32000 with undiminished quality is expandable to ISO 50 to ISO 102400 for still images, make it possible to achieve optimum image quality in just about any light. Noise is effectively minimized even at high sensitivities, maintaining excellent image quality even with this sensor’s high pixel count. Speed Up to 10fps with AF/AE Tracking An advanced mechanical shutter unit and updated image processing algorithms allow the innovative new full-frame Alpha 7R IV to shoot full 61MP resolution images at up to 10 fps with continuous and accurate autofocus and auto exposure (AF/AE) tracking for up to approximately seven seconds in JPEG and RAW, and approx. three times as long in 26.2MP ii APS-C crop mode. These high-speed options ensure that fast moving subjects can be captured with extreme accuracy and incredible image detail. Sigma MC-11 Lens Mount Converter (Canon EF to Sony E-Mount) Sony camera owners with E-Mount systems rejoice! The new Mount Converter MC-11 allows you to use your Canon EF mount interchangeable lenses with the Sony E-mount camera body. The gadget incorporates the digital data necessary to provide fast and smooth AF for compatible lenses as well as OS features and functions of the camera that help control peripheral brightness, correct transverse chromatic aberration and distortion, and is fully compatible with the automatic exposure control of Sony E-mount camera bodies. Mount Converter MC-11 is ideal for professional photographers who use different camera systems depending on the subject, as well as amateur photographers who enjoy using a variety of camera systems. Increasing the compatibility of lenses with different camera systems makes these assets more valuable than ever.

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