Sony A7R IV will be here tomorrow. I was lucky to get one right away, as supply is tight, the A7R IV being a hotly anticipated camera.
If you purchase the Sony A7R IV, that means waiting for it at this point (pre-ordering), just as with many hot new items from Sony—but ordering now is your best way to get one as soon as you can.
Be sure to get fast UHS-II SDXC cards (see below) and computer storage might be in order also, particularly if you intend to use focus stacking or 16-shot mode.
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Lenses I will be testing with initially
I will be promptly doing a few things to verify the lenses I have are good samples (hard to do fully, but a quick check can sometime catch obvious issues), and I want to see if 16-shot mode is usable also.
The Sony Tough series SDXC cards are definitely the way to go—two of them (128GB each)worked flawlessly in the Fujifilm GFX100, and I expect the same in the Sony A7R IV, which also has dual UHS-II card slots.
I really like the build of the Sony Tough cards—very robust, no write-protect tab—best SD card I’ve used ever, and performance is excellent.
$100 SAVE $12 = 10.0% Sony 64GB SF-G Tough Series UHS-II SDXC Memory Card in Accessories: Memory Cards
You’re going to want storage and lots of it.
$200 SAVE $99 = 33.0% Toshiba 8.0TB Toshiba MG06ACA Series 3.5-inch SATA 6.0Gb/s 7200R… in Storage: Hard Drives