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    #31
    In stock with lens if anyone's looking:

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      #32
      Just before going live. A quick HD sample from the a7iv. XAVC 50p 422 10-bit shot with the cheap and cheerful Sony 10-18mm f/4.0 OSS.

      Chris Young

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        #33
        Another a7iv test that's come about as it was a lazy holiday break day. Wanted to see how Sony's HLG2 2020 would come across to Rec 709 using Resolve's Color Space & Transform. It offers a pretty reasonable result and squeezes a lot of the HLG dynamic range into a pretty respectable looking 709 image. Again a nice strong sunlit day with good deep shadows to pull detail out of is always a good test for most cameras. The lenses used were the 28-135 F/4.0 G OSS in FF and the Tamron 18-300 in the APSC crop mode. All shot in XAVC-S 50p 422 10-bit at 125 ISO.

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          #34
          wow my a7iv already shipped and is arriving tomorrow. sony must have really stockpiled units before the announcement! I put my order in just 2 weeks ago. With the a7siii, if you didn't pre-order it then you had to wait 6+ months to get one
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            #35
            Bodies in stock at B&H right now.

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              #36
              Originally posted by ahalpert View Post
              wow my a7iv already shipped and is arriving tomorrow. sony must have really stockpiled units before the announcement! I put my order in just 2 weeks ago. With the a7siii, if you didn't pre-order it then you had to wait 6+ months to get one
              A similar situation down under I've heard. Apparently, someone heard a comment from a Sony rep saying because the a7iv is aimed as much at photographers as video shooters it was felt it would appeal to a much wider market segment so aimed for a much larger initial launch. I can sort of understand that reasoning, kinda' makes sense.

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