Black Friday Deal 2021: Up to $1,100 on Sony a7R IIIA & a7R IVA

2021 Sony Camera Black Friday Deals are now live: you can save up $1,100 on the Sony a7R IIIA & a7R IVA bundle kits. This is the lowest price we’ve seen so far on the Sony a7R IIIA & a7R IVA cameras. Great deals!

Sony a7R IIIA Deals:

$800 off on Sony a7R IIIA: $1,998 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$800 off on Sony a7R IIIA with 28-70mm Lens Kit: $2,396 at B&H.

$1,000 off on Sony a7R IIIA with 16-35mm f/2.8 Lens Kit: $3,996 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$1,100 off on Sony a7R IIIA with 24-105mm Lens Kit: $3,096 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$1,000 off on Sony a7R IIIA with 24-70mm f/4 Lens Kit: $2,696 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Sony a7R IVA Deals:

$500 off on Sony a7R IVA: $2,998 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$500 off on Sony a7R IVA with 24-105mm Lens Kit: $4,096 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$900 off on Sony a7R IVA with 24-70mm f/2.8 Lens Kit: $4,796 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

$800 off on Sony a7R IVA with 16-35mm f/2.8 Lens Kit: $4,896 at AmazonB&HAdorama.

Sony a7R IIIA and a7R IVA Release Date and Pricing

Sony a7R III A and Sony a7R IV A are coming soon! According to the latest Sony News, both the cameras will be available for pre-order on Monday May 17, 2021.

Nokishita is reporting that the Sony a7RIIIa and Sony a7RIVa refresh will start shipping on June 4th. Pre-orders will start at Adorama and B&H  for 361,900 yen ($3311.10 USD) and 438,900 yen ($4015.59 USD). Here are the details : Continue reading “Sony a7R IIIA and a7R IVA Release Date and Pricing”

Sony Officially Announces a7R IIIA & a7R IVA with improved LCD displays

Sony has officially announced the updated a7R III and a7R IV models. The new full-frame mirrorless cameras are called Sony a7R IIIA (LCE-7RM3A) and Sony a7R IVA (ILCE-7RM4A).

As you see the updated A7rIII and A7rIV cameras now have an ‘a’ appended to their model numbers to differentiate them. We expect the pre-orders should be open soon at Adorama and B&H. More details after the break! Continue reading “Sony Officially Announces a7R IIIA & a7R IVA with improved LCD displays”