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New Firmware Update for Sony A7R V & A6700 Released

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Sony has released a new firmware update Ver. 2.01 for Sony a7R V and firmware update Ver. 1.02 for Sony A6700 mirrorless cameras.

The Sony A7R V uses the same 61-megapixel image sensor as its predecessor, but the latest high-res Alpha camera includes some significant changes and improvements. Other key features of the new camera are the latest BIONZ XR image processor, a 35mm full-frame back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor, high precision image stabilisation and 8K24/25P video and 4K video oversampled from 6.2k without binning.

The new Sony a7R V mirrorless camera is now in stock and shipping at major US stores: $3,898 at B&HAmazonAdorama.

Sony a7R V Vs. Canon EOS R5 Vs. Sony a7R IV Specs Comparison

Benefits and Improvements

  • Fixes an issue where JPEG files could not be enlarged and played
  • Fixes an issue where the power may not turn on or turn off even if the Power switch is used
  • Fixes an issue where the Switch V/H AF Area feature may not work correctly
  • Fixes a Creators’ App issue where the Auto Time Correction and Auto Area Adjustment features may turn off
  • Improves the operational stability of the camera

Download firmware update Ver. 2.01 for Sony a7R V
Download firmware update Ver. 1.02 for Sony A6700

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