A quick look at 7 key differences between the  Sony Alpha A7IV and the Sony Alpha A6700

Sony A7IV VS A6700

1. Sensor

The Sony A7IV features a 33MP Back-Illuminated 35mm Full-frame sensor. The A6700 features a 26.0 MP Back-illuminated APS-C sensor.

2. Video

The A7IV can shoot up to 4K30p with no crop & 4K60p in APS-C Mode. The A6700 can shoot up to 4K60p with a 1.04x crop & 4K120 with a 38% crop.

3. Autofocus

The Sony Alpha A7IV can track humans, animals & birds.    The A6700 is more advanced. It can track humans, animals, birds, insects, cars, trains and airplanes.

4. Shutter

The Sony A7IV supports a maximum shutter speed of 1/8000 sec.   The A6700 also supports a shutter speed of 1/8000 but only when using its electronic shutter.

5. Stabilization

The Sony A7IV features IBIS with 5.5 steps of correction.   The A6700 also has IBIS but with 5 steps of correction.

6. File Types

Both cameras support: JPEG,  compressed RAW, lossless compressed RAW & HEIF files. The A7IV also supports uncompressed RAW files.

6. LCD Display

6. LCD Display

7. Memory Cards

The A7IV has two memory card slots. Both support UHS-II / I SD cards & one also supports CFexpress Type-A. The A6700 has a single UHS-II / I SD card slot.

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