The new Sony a7IV camera is impacted by the chip shortage and high demand of course. As a result just like many other cameras the Sony A7 IV will be delayed. Sony Japan published a statement stating that the new Sony a7 IV is in short supply due to the unprecedented demand.
The a7 IV is built around a new 33MP BSI-CMOS sensor and its latest Bionz XR processors, which powers improvements in just about every aspect of performance. The a7 IV uses a version of Sony’s latest full-frame body design, with a larger grips and bigger buttons than its predecessor. There’s also a higher-resolution (3.69M dot) viewfinder and full-articulating touchscreen. The new processors bring the improved menu layout first seen in the a7S III.
Notice regarding supply of full-size mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera “α7 IV” (ILCE-7M4)
Thank you for your continued patronage of Sony products.
We have received orders for the digital single-lens camera “α7 IV” (ILCE-7M4), which we started accepting orders from December 7, 2021, far exceeding our expectations, and it will take time to deliver the product. There is a possibility that you will receive.
We are currently making every effort to meet the needs of our customers, so please wait for a while.
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