Sony launched a new alpha camera at 10 a.m. on October 21, and judging from the YouTube metadata, it looks like The much awaited Full-frame A7 IV mirrorless model, DPReview Reported. And while Sony itself has not released any data by teasing, YouTube tags seem to have revealed most of the major specs, such as a 33-megapixel sensor and 4K 60p video with 10-bit All-I XAVC recordings.
In fact, YouTube TJ had an extensive list of the following tags, which now seem to have been removed: “ILCE-7M4, A7M4, Alpha 7, Alpha7, Sony A7 IV, Sony A7 IV, Sony A7 IV, Sony A7 IV, Sony A7 IV, Sony Alpha, Sony, Mirrorless, Sony E-mount camera, full frame camera, 4K, IAF, Animal IAF, AF, IAF Cinema, Field Camera, Pro Camera, Silent Shutter, FTP, 4K 60P, IAF Bird, Movie Camera, 10fps, 33MP, BIONZ XR, 10-bit 4: Turns off 2: 2 HLG, All-I XAVC SI, S-Cinetone, S-log3, S&Q Dial, Variety-Angle, Gimbal, 5GHz Wi-Fi, USB 10Gbps, Live Streaming, Creative Look, 15+ dynamic range.
That list, if correct, would make the A7 IV a hybrid full-frame camera similar to Canon’s R6 (but hopefully without overheating). Pricing and availability are not yet known, but it looks like everything will be revealed in just two days.
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