Photo Rumors reported a specification for the upcoming Sony full-frame mirrorless camera. According to the leaked details, the model number of its camera will be ILCE-7RM5, which is believed to be a mirrorless camera called Sony A7R V.

The ILCE-7RM5 specification leaked by Photo Rumors is very detailed, and it is generally believed that it should be the full specification of the new full-frame mirrorless camera of the A7R V.

Leaked specs suggest that the new camera will be powered by Sony's BIONZ XR graphics processor, adding to a host of features found in Sony's recently launched BIONZ XR cameras, including the a7S III, a1 and a7 IV.

In addition, the A7R V also supports S-Cinetone, S-Log and HLG formats in terms of video specifications, and can be displayed through Gamma assisted display.

In addition, the A7R V provides interface support for digital recording, dual CFexpress Type A memory card slots, and flexible exposure modes that can quickly switch between automatic and manual exposure during recording.

However, the maximum 4K video is only 60fps, but you can choose to have no crop or Super35 format, so 120FPS is still only available in Full HD.

The still shooting pixels of the A7R V are not much different from those of the a7 IV, but the redesigned sensor of the A7R V enhances the readout speed and supports continuous shooting at up to 10fps in RAW shooting mode.

In addition, the A7R V also enhances the functions of the body and shutter structure, thereby reducing the micro-shake caused by ultra-high-quality shooting, resulting in blurred images. And its focus will be upgraded to 759 points of the same level as the A7 IV, and HEIF's HLG still photo mode.

However, according to the "Photo Rumors" data, the A7R V should not currently have full-flip screen support, but the electronic viewfinder has 9.44 million-dot OLED specifications.


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