Sony Releases a7R V User Guide

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5 thoughts on “Sony Releases a7R V User Guide”

  1. Hi Brian, I am a pleased owner of the new Sony (ILCE-7RM5 a7RV), BUT there seems be NO import function for the ARW files in e.g. Lightroom Classic or any other photo App. Do you have any advice ?

    1. Good job getting your hands on a prerelease camera! There’s actually no need to use an app to import photos. Simply create a folder on your computer or hard drive and drag (or copy-paste) the images onto it. You’ll want to shoot RAW+JPEG until Raw Support is added, but you can work with JPEGs until then.

    2. I use Capture One 23….used it first time yesterday successfully on compressed RAW files. Had to switch to C O when A9 came out. A GAME CHANGER!

  2. Is there a more detailed user guide available opposed to the help guide. I have seen many links for user guide on sites I do not recognize (therefore do not trust downloads) but only link for help guide on Sony website.

    1. This is the only guide from Sony. They’ve actually improved them greatly since the early years. I’m certain a number of people are working on more extensive books about the camera, but those take a while to write.

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