Sony Alpha 7CR ILCE-7CR | High Resolution Compact Full-frame Camera
The compact Full-frame α7CR with stunning 61.0 MP resolution
The Alpha 7CR offers stunning resolution and colour reproduction with a 61.0-megapixel full frame sensor, in a compact, easily-carried body. Boosted recognition performance, fast and accurate AF, plus 7.0-step image stabilisation ensure that you can catch that decisive moment.
- Advanced full-frame performance and eye-opening resolution in a compact, lightweight body.
- The advanced Exmor R CMOS image sensor with 61.0 effective megapixels is packed with Sony's image sensor technologies.
- With up to eight times*1 more processing power than previous versions, the latest BIONZ XR image processing engine delivers natural gradations and realistic colours with low noise for stills and movies.
*1 Compared to the BIONZ X image processing engine. Sony tests.
- The Alpha 7CR is equipped with an innovative AI processing unit that greatly enhances its performance, including more accurate recognition for a wider range of subjects
- The 5-axis in-body optical image stabilisation system is supported by precision gyro sensors to deliver up to 7.0-step*2 of shake compensation.
*2 Based on CIPA standard. Pitch/yaw shake only. With FE 50mm F1.2 GM lens mounted. Long-exposure Noise Reduction off.
- The Alpha 7CR offers highly detailed 4K movie capture with 6K oversampling*3 and 4K 60p/50p recording.
*3 When shooting Super 35mm at 30p or 24/25p.
- The removable supplied grip extension provides an even better hold for minimum fatigue, even with heavy large-aperture or telephoto lenses.
- A 2.36 million-dot (approx.) XGA OLED electronic viewfinder with 0.70x magnification delivers high resolution and contrast.
- A side-opening vari-angle rear monitor provides broad positioning and framing freedom for handheld and gimbal-mounted shooting.
- Pixel Shift Multi Shooting capturing multiple pixel-shifted images that are later composited using a computer to achieve overwhelming resolution in a single image. 16-image composites with approximately 240.8 million pixels (19008 x 12672 pixels) can be produced from data that is equivalent to approximately 963.2 million pixels*4.
*4 Image size after compositing is approx. 60.2 million (9504 x 6336) pixels for 4-image shots, and approx. 240.8 million pixels (19008 x 12672) for 16-image shots.