New Sony A7Riv announced
Old 07-16-2019   #1
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New Sony A7Riv announced

C'mon guys!
Get with the program.
61 mega pixels.
$3500.

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I saw the video this morning, wow it's great if you need the pixels, but I'm
happy with my 7ii at 24 megapixels, still the new one is a nice camera.
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That A7R II will go even lower in price and is a true deal right now.
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That’s a lot of pickles!
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I just bought a new MacPro because my old iMac could not handle 47mp images.
I use that for film scanning. 62mp? I’d be more interested in the new EVF etc

Sensor size sufficiency was reached a long time ago.
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As they would say in Shanghai: "Tuu Mach Pixel"!!!
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This guy seems to like it..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoGRcdIqxTc
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Paid or not? Never too clear with this guy.
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No doubt this is a fantastic kamera. And it's gotta p1$$ off Nikon (Z7), Canon, Panasonic etc. It's like Sony was just waiting to one-up them!
But, this is getting kinda ridiculous, in a good way.

I have no need for these beasties!
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I dislike that all the wheels are on the rhs of the viewfinder.
It is not Sony only (except Fuji) , but I thought that with after the A9 they would finally fix it in all subsequent models
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That A7R II will go even lower in price and is a true deal right now.
this, so much. I regret having sold mine. Will probably buy another used one. That sensor is such a beast.
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Slap a few Leica lenses on this camera and that's it.
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Slap a few Leica lenses on this camera and that's it.
Absolutely .... I`m two generations behind .
Still using the A7R2.
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Slap a few Leica lenses on this camera and that's it.
Those lenses work better on Leicas.
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Slap a few Leica lenses on this camera and that's it.
I think I’ll most likely buy an A7R II to use with that new Sigma 45mm. Small and FF. I’ve been looking for a 45mm option.
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Actually 61 MP is not a very big step up from the previous 47 or what is was...

I may buy an A7 II eventually, if I decide to use digital/color. It's still as capable as it was when new and probably more than enough resolution for old lenses I would use, and I won't need a new high power computer. Although I have to say I prefer the shutter button placement on the original A7... just the appeals of a more solidly made body.
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My biggest problem is I just treated myself to a new A7iii for my birthday a couple months ago. Guess I really didn't want to upgrade the computer too, so it'll do.
My A7ii is gathering a lot of dust now.
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Nice to see that they redesigned the grip and improved the buttons. I'll have to see if the grip is tall enough to avoid the hanging pinky finger.
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