- May 4, 2005
Thanks for the clarification, Karen! Of course some of those could have been issues with the older Sony top-of-the-line models; I know there were some problems with the A7R II which were not completely resolved with the A7R III but which now apparently have been with the A7R IV. I certainly have not experienced any of that with my A7R IV. I do know that one issue that they resolved with that current flagship model is the grip, which is apparently much better and more comfortable than that on earlier models. I have small hands and the body feels very comfortable to me, even with the Wimberley/Arca-Swiss type plate attached to the bottom for when I need to put the camera on one of my tripods. One of these days I'll get around to an L-Bracket, but in the meantime the plate works just fine. Most of the time I am hand-holding the camera anyway, so no urgency there.Those were not my comments, simply responses I received by Sony users when I asked what they liked and didn't like about the top end Sonys................