Join the resolution: Sony A7R IV is the world’s first 61MP full-frame camera

If you’ve found that 42.2-megapixels isn’t quite enough resolution for your landscape and wildlife shooting, then Sony has some good news – its new A7R IV is the first full-frame camera to have a 61-megapixel sensor.

Its predecessor, the Sony A7R III, was a trailblazer for high-res mirrorless cameras when it arrived in 2017, combining powerful hybrid autofocus with the kind of resolution demanded by pro landscape and wildlife snappers, all in a body that was significantly smaller than DSLR rivals like the Nikon D850.

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