Now available at all authorized Sony stores
The A7R IV has the highest megapixel count on a full-frame mirrorless camera at 61-megapixels and can shoot up to 10FPS in full resolution at up to 7 seconds with continuous AF/AE tracking. Sony also improved the ergonomics on the A7R IV with a bigger grip. As a pro-grade camera, the A7R IV comes with features such as 5-axis in-body image stabilization, dual UHS-II memory slots, dual-band WiFi, USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 1, and 4K video with full-pixel readout in Super 35mm crop or pixel-binned using the whole sensor.
On the other hand, the RX-100 VII has an all-new 20.1-megapixel stacked sensor paired with a BIONZ X image processor, letting it shoot at up to 20FPS with AF/AE tracking and without viewfinder blackout. It also comes with a microphone jack, making it an ideal tool for vloggers. On the video side, the RX-100 VII can shoot 4K video with full pixel readout and comes with features such as Log and HLG for HDR workflows, vertical video recording, 960FPS slow motion, and improved image stabilization.
The A7RIV is priced at Php 199,999 for the body only, while the RX-100 VII is priced at Php 69,999 for the camera only and Php 74,999 with the shooting grip.