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Sony a7R V Low Light Test – VERY Impressive!

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Here is a Sony a7R V low light test, where you will see how Sony’s new 61 megapixel beast of a camera handles low light, high ISO filmmaking!

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0:00 Download FREE a7R V Footage!
0:28 Camera Settings & Lenses For Test
1:08 ISO 800 – 2000
1:51 ISO 2500 (2nd Native ISO)
2:04 ISO 3200 – 10,000
3:43 ISO 12,800 (Max I Recommend!)
4:22 ISO 16,000 – 25,000
5:12 ISO 32,000 – MAX ISO!
5:45 Download The a7R V Footage!

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28 thoughts on “Sony a7R V Low Light Test – VERY Impressive!”

  1. Hey Matt, nice Video 🙂 New York is a pretty bright place at night. Would it be possible for you to do a low light test in the countryside with little to no light?
    I love your Content so much, your wedding video reviews helped me a ton to understand where i suck 🙂

  2. Nice video. Do you have any plans on reviewing lowlight on the stills side? Even though many video features have been added to this camera it's still not it's strong point. I have the A7RIV and pre-ordered the A7RV (due to the new AF, screen and EVF) but am curious to know if there are any improvements in stills low light noise? It's really funny that most of the reviews are focused on video when this is still a portrait oriented camera.

  3. Hey ya Matt i love all your videos especially how its so structured! I have sony alpha 6400 (love this except for the missing IBIS) and a nikon d750 (gives me stunners es when paired with my sigmas but its rather bulky). clealry i use one for photos and one for videos. What would ya reckon is a good upgrade to have the best of both worlds!

  4. You show us the ISO difference but, what about the shutter speed???🤔 Or shutter speed doesn't matter in video mode??? 💯 I think ISO 2000 is okay to me because the high lights are under control! 💯 ♥️

  5. In reality, your client will never know the difference between any work shot on the A7RV and the A7IV for photo or video PERIOD.

    Yes, The screen is amazing on the A7RV, but let's be real that should be a standard feature on EVERY sony camera. If you're a serious photographer you wouldn't be watching this video and already own the A1 and are pissed off that you don't have a dope screen that should have been on every camera 4 years ago.

    For someone like me who shoots mainly video but is a passionate photographer, the A7IV is way better bang for your buck considering Im not wasting 1,500 dollars. I could take a vacation at that point… you get my point.

  6. I downloaded a test footage, throw it in Davinci Resolve 18.1 and the video file behaving like a sound file or something, weird, can't figure out what is happening, no video in media pool, Davinchi see this MP4 file like a sound file or something?

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