Sony a7R Mirrorless Digital Camera

Model #ILCE7R_B

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Sony ilce7r b 1
Sony ilce7r b 1
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Expert Reviews
What digital camera.32818507
29 April 2014
9.0/10

In terms of its raw feature set, there’s no arguing that the Alpha 7R pretty much outstrips every single other CSC on the market. The 36.4MP full frame sensor is more in keeping with a high-end DSLR than a CSC and it delivers resolution performance akin to the Nikon D800 rather than its direct...

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    Fantastic image quality; High-end resolution; Solid video specification; Robust build

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    AF performance not as strong as Alpha 7; Currently a limited native lens line-up

Camera labs.32824899
1 November 2013
8.9/10

I've long been a believer in mirrorless cameras, and personally find the benefits of electronic composition (such as a wealth of previews, live guides and focusing assistance) outweigh the pros of an optical viewfinder on a traditional DSLR.

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    Best image quality outside of medium format., Full-frame sensor means no crop with any lenses., Small body with good ergonomics and controls., Weatherproof body., Excellent large and detailed electronic viewfinder., Tilting 3in screen with live histogram & leveling gauge.

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    Leisurely AF in all conditions. AF lacks confidence in low light., No built-in stabilisation. Needs optically stabilized lenses., Limited selection of native lenses at launch., Continuous bursts limited to 4fps and 15-25 frames., Screen not touch-sensitive and doesn't fully articulate.

Dp review.32823956
13 February 2014
8.2/10

When it comes to getting high image quality from a small, full-frame camera, the Sony a7R has it wrapped up. It's worth the higher price and pairs well with Sony's impressive FE lenses.

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    Small, light, full-frame camera, Excellent image quality when shooting Raw, Solid build quality, FE lenses are of superb quality, equal to the sensor's high resolution, Compatible with a huge range of legacy 35mm camera lenses with no field-of-view crop, Large, high-resolution electronic viewfinder,...

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    Autofocus can be slow in low light, Auto ISO tends to keep shutter speed at 1/FL sec, often resulting in soft images, High-res sensor requires dedicated approach to shooting, JPEG quality not as good as we'd like to see (less relevant for this camera's market though), Limited selection of FE lenses,...

Digitaltrends.32817928
20 April 2014
9.0/10

If you can afford – or find – either of these cameras, buy one. Year 2013 isn’t over yet but the Sony Alpha A7 and A7R are prime candidates for DT’s Cameras of The Year award. In fact, barring the release of a spectacular model from the majors in December, we’ll give our vote right now to the A7,...

Digitalcamera hq.32832301
6 June 2014
9.3/10

Sony's full frame mirrorless models have caused quite a stir. Can the a7R perform up to its price tag? And which is the better option, the a7 or the a7R?

Imaging resource.34355410
18 December 2013
10/10

Five years ago, the mirrorless camera as we know it made its debut as Olympus and Panasonic launched their brand-new Micro Four Thirds standard, promising smaller, lighter, and quieter gear.

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    Smallest full-frame, fully-featured interchangeable-lens camera by a country mile, Can fit in a coat pocket with lens, Superbly detailed out-of-camera images, rivaling medium-format cameras for resolution, Some of the best JPEG processing we've seen yet at low to moderate ISOs, Excellent sharpness...

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    Extreme resolution makes focus, lens quality and technique more critical, Very limited selection of native full-frame lenses (but many planned in the next two years), Lack of low-pass filter makes it prone to aliasing artifacts, however the JPEG engine suppresses chrominance moiré quite well, High...

Review theverge com.34207446
16 December 2013
8.3/10

Every once in a while, a product comes along that changes the dynamic of an entire industry. The iPhone did it in 2007, the Mustang did it in 1964, and Converse did it with the All Star sneaker way back in 1917.

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    Great image quality, Compact size, Solid build, Lots of controls and buttons, Great image quality, Compact size, Solid build, Lots of controls and buttons

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    Limited lens choices, Loud shutter, Poor battery life, Slow autofocus, Limited lens choices, Loud shutter, Poor battery life, Slow autofocus

26 September 2015
8.8/10

The Sony A7R is a camera that I really wanted to like. With its lightweight construction, excellent high-resolution 36 MP sensor, superb technology (like EVF, live histograms / information overlay, focus peaking, etc), excellent manual focus operation and ability to use a myriad of different lenses...

Review photographybay com.33575659
25 March 2014

Sony delivers a huge bang for your buck with both the A7 and A7R. Both cameras are highly recommended within the above-described caveats ( i.e. , Don’t buy these for sports photography).

9 September 2015

Sony A7R II review: Sony brings serious competition to the full-frame market with it’s highest resolution CSC yet, the Sony A7R II – price tag £2,599/$3,198 body only. Find out how it delivers in our full Sony A7R II Review.

User Reviews
Review buydig com.33956271
5 August 2014
10/10

Overall a very good camera package, close to 5 stars, but camera has some quirks. Pictures can be amazing. Resolution is excellent, and will show any failure of technique. Best suited for pro photographers who understand the limitations and have a lot of good glass already which can be adapted for...

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    55mm 1.8 excellent lens and small, too Reasonably small camera Amazing resolution Surprising fast, accurate focus Lots of customizable buttons and dials Good build quality Great oled viewfinder

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    Loud for a MILC Shutter vibrates camera Doesn't fit large hands well Poor lens selection Can be difficult to focus (no full time manual?) Occasional hunting

Adorama.32830004
17 December 2013
10/10

The images from this camera are on par with the D800. I've checked noise and malleability. I can bring up the shadows and take the highlights down in these images just as well as I do with the D800. This makes editing an easy task instead of a chore.And the camera is fun.

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    Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Great Resolution, Small / Compact

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    Short Battery Life

Walmart.34443253
25 July 2015
10/10

Personally I enjoy using this kit lens - out there, in real life, away from charts and all that, the IQ is actually very good for a kit lens and performs very well on the a7m2 and a6000.

Amazon.32817384
4 June 2015
8.0/10

like the size of this camera and the pictures that it took. Only complaints: autofocus and short battery life. But I bought it for landscape shooting not portraits nor sports so I can deal with it.

Crutchfield.32829990
14 March 2014
10/10

Like the camera. Pro quality and powerful engine. Full frame is great.

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    Feels great. Shoots great. Great results. Full frame.

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    No lens available yet.

Review us shopping com.33655990
21 January 2014
10/10

Bcoz Good Quality makes Good Impression. Go and Take it home

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    Light weight Compact Good Quality Image Value for money

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    USB Charging Slow Flash Not Provided

Product Highlights
  • 36.4MP Full Frame Exmor CMOS Sensor
  • No Optical Low-Pass Filter
  • Gapless On-Chip Lens Design
  • BIONZ X Image Processor
  • Direct Compatibility with E-mount Lenses
  • 3.0" Tiltable TFT LCD with 1,229K-Dots
  • 2.4M-Dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder
  • Full 1080/60p Video with Remote Capture
  • Built-In Wi-Fi and NFC
  • Multi-Interface Shoe
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Average Expert Score
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Average User Score
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