The 61MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor on board the Sony a7R IV is the primary new chip in an R digital camera since 2015. Though it is new to the collection, Sony started getting ready for its inclusion in a future digital camera when it launched the a7R III, so the a7R IV is ready to use the identical front-end LSI and Bionz X processor. Now that it is out within the wild we have been in a position to start analyzing its efficiency – beginning with our studio check scene. Try how the a7R IV’s 61 Megapixels carry out towards its opponents, beneath.