The new released Sony a7R IV (B&H Photo Video/Adorama/Amazon) 61MP full frame sensor now tested by DxOMark. According to DxOMark, the score is 99, one of the best camera sensors in the world. One point behind Nikon D850, Panasonic S1R and Sony a7R III.
Conclusions from DxOMark:
Despite the challenges posed by the increase in pixel count, Sony’s latest addition to the high-resolution A7R series, the A7R IV, continues to deliver excellent dynamic range, particularly at low ISOs, while also delivering very good color discrimination and control over noise. While the technological advances are impressive, it’s not quite enough to put the sensor’s performance ahead of rival, lower-pixel-count devices overall. However, the increase in pixel count to 61.2MP, making it the highest currently available in 35mm full-frame format, is certainly compelling. When you combine that with the upgraded AF and other refinements, such as its higher-res EVF, robust build, and improved ergonomics, the Sony A7R IV is one of the most—perhaps the most—capable and versatile high-res 35mm full-frame cameras available.