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THE HOT FOUR

HOT FOUR #1

SECRETS OF AREA 61

Sony A7R IV

‘All-rounder’ is often a euphemism for ‘not that good at anything’. But Sony’s A7R IV is happy taking snaps in so many different situations, it doesn’t need euphemisms. The world’s first 61MP full-frame camera, the A7R IV combines a whip-smart 567-point autofocus system, 10fps burst shooting and five-axis in-body image stabilisation to take everything in its stride, with that monster of a sensor ensuring each picture is absolutely packed with detail. Whether you’re shooting studio portraits, the 110m hurdles, a pride of lions stalking their prey or some mysterious aircraft zipping over the Nevada desert, the A7R IV has the power and practicality to cope with them all. And Sony’s included its AI-based real-time tracking system, which includes Eye AF for your two- and four-legged friends: just press the shutter halfway and the camera will track your chosen subject with ruthless precision, making the A7R IV’s AF system harder to dodge than a conspiracy theorist on the internet. So what’s the weakness – video? Hardly: it’ll shoot that in 4K with eye-tracking too.

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