Camera tech data for Sony ILCE-7R

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General
NameSony ILCE-7R , α7R, A7R
Mount typeE-mount
Supported lensesE, FE, A-mount (via LA-EAx)
Release year2013
Statuscurrent
Digital parameters
Output resolution [pixels]7360×4912, 4800×3200, 3680×2456, 4800×3200 (APS-C), 3680×2456 (APS-C), 2400×1600 (APS-C)
Output resolution (16:9) [pixels]7360×4144, 4800×2704, 3680×2072, 4800×2704 (APS-C), 3680×2072 (APS-C), 2400×1352 (APS-C)
Output resolution (panorama) [pixels]12416×1856, 5536×2160, 8192×1856, 3872×2160
Output resolution (3D panorama) [pixels]
Effective output pixels36.2 M
Sensor typeCMOS, Bayer pattern, 14-bit ADC
Sensor size [mm] (crop factor)35.9×24 (1×)
ISO rangeauto (100–6400; conf.), 50–25600 (1/3 stops)
Color and post-processing
Color spacessRGB, Adobe RGB
Image parameterscontrast, saturation, sharpness (-3 – +3)
Creative stylesstandard, vivid, neutral, clear, deep, light, portrait, landscape, sunset, night view, autumn leaves, B/W, sepia
Picture effectshigh-key, high contrast monochrome, pop color, posterization (color; B/W), partial color (red; yellow; blue; green), toy camera, retro photo, soft focus, HDR painting, rich-tone monochrome, miniature, watercolor, illustration
Picture parameters
Picture profiles
Soft skin effect3 levels, off
White balanceauto, daylight, shade, cloudy, tungsten, fluorescent (4 types), flash, underwater, direct entry, custom (3 registers)
Color temperature range [K]2500–9900
Color temperature increments [K]100
Color compensation index [steps]± 7 (A/B), ± 7 (G/M)
White-balance bracketing [pictures per shot] (steps [mired])3 (10; 20)
Noise reductionlong exp. (>1s), high-ISO (2 levels; off), multi-frame
D-range optimizeradvanced auto, manual (5 levels)
DRO bracketing [pictures per shot] (levels)3 (2 levels)
Auto HDRauto, manual (1–6 EV)
Lens compensationvignetting, chromatic aberration, distortion
Movie recording
Movie resolutions [size/fps]1920×1080p50, 1920×1080p25, 1920×1080i50, 1440×1080p25, 640×480p25
Movie ISO range200–25600
Shutter speed (movie) [s]1/4 – 1/8000
Movie formatsAVCHD 2.0, MPEG-4
Audio formatsDolby Digital AC3, MPEG4 AAC-LC
Movie length29 minutes
Microphonebuilt-in (stereo), 3.5 mm plug (stereo), Multi Interface (stereo), level control
Audio monitoring3.5 mm (stereo)
Movie featurespicture effects, creative styles
Auto-focus
AF sensors25 areas
AF range [EV]0 – 20
AF modesAF-S, AF-C, DMF, Tracking AF
AF assist lightyes
AF adjustment [no. of lenses]30
Features
Eye-startyes
Sensor-based image stabilisationno
Remote control via USB/WiFiyes
Other featuresall-metal construction, intelligent preview, MF peaking, DT auto crop, on-screen help, Anti-Dust, BRAVIA Sync, face recognition, auto object framing, smile shutter, sweep panorama, speaker, level gauge, USB charging, WiFi support, NFC, applications
Metering
Metering modes1200 segments, center-weighted, spot
Metering range [EV] (with spot)0 – 20 (0 – 20)
Auto Exposure Lock buttonyes
Exposure modesiAuto, iAuto+, P with shift, A, S, M with shift, High-Speed
Subject programsportrait, landscape, closeup, sport, night view, night portrait, hand-held night shot, sunset, anti motion blur, 2 preset modes
Exposure compensation [stops] (steps [stops])± 5 (1/2), ± 5 (1/3)
Zebrayes
Flash
Flash shoe typeMulti Interface
Accessory shoe capFA-SHC1M
Flash modesnormal, red-eye reduction, rear sync, slow sync
Flash meteringPre-Flash TTL
Requires D flash unityes
Flash guide number [m]/ coverage [mm]-/-
X-Sync speed [s]1/160
High Speed Syncyes
Wireless flashyes (with separate controller)
Wireless x-sync speed [s]1/160
Wireless HSSyes
Ratio flash controlyes
Flash exposure compensation [stops] (steps [stops])± 3 (1/2), ± 3 (1/3)
Studio flash socketno
Flash Exposure Level lockno
Viewfinder
Viewfinder typeelectronic
Viewfinder resolution [pixels]1024×768
Viewfinder coverage100%
Viewfinder magnification0.71×
Eye relief [mm]/ from frame [mm]27.0/22.0
Diopter adjustment [diopters]-4.0 – +3.0
Eyepiece cupFDA-EP15
Viewfinder accessory compatibleyes
Live Viewmain sensor
Live View zoom1×, 4.7×, 7.2×, 9.4×, 14.4×
Display
Display technology, size [mm/inches], resolution [dots]TFT, 3″, 921600
Display mounttilt up 90°, tilt down 45°
Histogram displayluminance, RGB
Automatic brightnessno
Touch screenno
Video output interfacesHDMI (1080p/1080i/4K)
Display accessories (opt.)screen protector PCK-LM16
Shooting
Frame rate [fps]4
Frame rate with AF [fps]1.5
Shutter speed (still) [s]30 – 1/8000, B
Shutter typemech.
Self-timer [s]10, 2
Continuous self-timer [shots]5, 3
Bracketing frames (stops)3, 5 (1/3, 1/2, 2/3), 3 (1, 2, 3)
Remote release socketMulti Terminal
Wireless remote releaseRMT-DSLR1, RMT-DSLR2, RMT-VP1
Release priorityno
Depth of field previewyes
Aperture can be changed during depth of field previewyes
Silent depth of field previewyes
Storage
Storage media (number of slots)Memory Stick PRO Duo, PRO-HG Duo, XC-HG Duo, SD, SDHC, SDXC, Eye-Fi (1)
Remote storage via USByes
File system formatsFAT12, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT
File formatsARW 2.3, JPEG w/ EXIF 2.3
Power
Batteries1× NP-FW50
Vertical gripVG-C1EM (1×/2× NP-FW50)
External power supplyAC adaptor AC-PW20
Construction and accessories
Weather sealingyes
Mount materialsteel
Weight [g]407
Standard accessoriesstrap, body cap, accessory shoe cap FA-SHC1M, USB cable, battery NP-FW50, charger AC-UB10, software
Other optional accessorieslens adapters LA-EAx, microphone ECM-CG50, microphone ECM-ALST1, microphone ECM-XYST1M
Misc
Other interfacesUSB 2.0 (High Speed; Micro-B; Multi Terminal)
USB modesmass storage, remote control/storage, MTP
PrintingExif Print, Print Image Matching Ⅲ
Latest firmware version (release date)3.20 (07/2016)
Commentsno anti-aliasing filter on sensor
Reviews & linksBruno Labarbere on DigitalVersus (full review), Chris Gampat on The Phoblographer (full review), Chris Niccolls on TheCameraStoreTV (video), Colby Brown (full review), DigitalRev TV (video), Eric Reagan on Photography Bay (full review), Frank Doorhof (full review), Gavin Hardcastle at Digital Photography School (full review), Gordon Laing at Camera Labs (full review), Graham Clark (full review), Ivo Freriks on CameraStuffReview (full review), jmeyer on Digital Camera World (full review), Joshua Waller on ePHOTOzine (full review), Mark Goldstein on Photography Blog (full review), Mike Tomkins on Imaging Resource (full review), Mike Topham on Trusted Reviews (full review), Mike Topham on WhatDigitalCamera (full review), Photo Review Australia (full review), Samuel Morse (full review), Shawn Barnett and Jeff Keller on DPReview.com (full review), Steve Huff (full review), Theano Nikitas on DigitalCameraReview (full review), TJ Donegan on Reviewed.com (full review)
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