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Sony Alpha 7 ILCE-7 Full Review

Sony Alpha 7 ILCE-7 Full Review - Read our full review of the new 24.3 megapixel full-frame Sony Alpha 7 mirrorless camera.

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Category : Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens Camera
Product : Sony Alpha 7
Price : £1,300
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Performance
Verdict
Specification
Sony Alpha 7 Body (6)

The introduction of the Sony Alpha A7 and A7R sees Sony introducing the World's first full-frame mirrorless cameras (excluding digital rangefinders), and with the Sony A7R, they are also claiming the World's smallest and lightest full frame mirrorless camera. The Sony Alpha 7 (ILCE-7) is available for just under £1300 body only, or £1549 with 28-70mm kit lens. 

Sony Alpha 7 Features

Using the same Sony E-Mount as Sony NEX mirrorless cameras, it's impressive that they've been able to fit such a large full-frame sensor into the same lens mount, and you can see below. This will also have an impact on how you use Sony E-Mount lenses with the camera, with the current Sony E-Mount lenses operating differently depending on each lens.

Sony Alpha 7 Body (2)

The camera gives the option to use the lens in crop mode, or alternatively use the full frame, but with strong vignetting. A new range of Sony FE - Full-frame E-Mount lenses has been announced to take advantage of the new cameras, which are signified by "FE" in the name, including a number of lenses developed with Carl Zeiss for optimum image quality. With the Sony Alpha 7, when using Sony NEX E-Mount lenses in crop mode, the camera takes 10 megapixel photos.

Sony Alpha 7 Body (10)

The Sony Alpha 7 features a 24.3 megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, with built in phase detection focus (with 117 AF points), as well as contrast-detection AF (with 25 AF points), which is said to be 35% quicker than the Sony NEX-7, giving the fastest AF performance of any full-frame camera currently available according to Sony.

The camera features a tough magnesium-alloy body that is weather sealed, and gives side access to the memory card slot, which supports the use of either Sony Memory Stick or SD/SDHC/SDXC memory cards. 

Full HD video recording features stereo sound, at 60p/50p/25p/24p, and there is also clean HDMI out for recording to an external device, or for monitoring on an external screen - in addition the camera has a microphone and headphone socket on the side.

NFC (Near field communication) and Wi-Fi is built in for remote operation, and image transfer when connected to a compatible smartphone, with the camera using the Sony PlayMemories Mobile app which is available for Android and iOS devices.

Sony Alpha 7 Key Features

  • 24.3 megapixel full frame Exmor CMOS sensor
  • XGA OLED Tru-Finder electronic viewfinder, 2.359m dots
  • 3inch tilting screen, 921k dots 
  • Full HD video, 60p, 50p, 25p, 24p
  • Clean HDMI output
  • Fast Hybrid autofocus
  • 117 phase-detection AF points
  • 25 contrast-detection AF points
  • Smart remote control, Wi-Fi and NFC
  • Tough magnesium weather sealed body
  • ISO100 to ISO25600, can be expanded to ISO50

Sony Alpha 7 Handling

Sony Alpha 7 Body (18)

The Sony A7, and A7R, features the same orange ring around the lens mount, which was first introduced with the Sony Alpha 99, and Sony Cyber-shot RX1 and signifies that the camera has a full-frame sensor.

The rest of the camera is much more subtle in its design with a black metal body, and SLR styling, with the top viewfinder area and rear of the camera closely resembling the Olympus OM-D E-M5. The design of the camera seemed to generate mixed reaction, with some welcoming the industrial retro styling, whereas others we much less keen on the angular design.

Sony Alpha 7 Body (12)

The rear features a high resolution 921k dot 3inch tilting screen that tilts up and down, and a high resolution 2.4 million dot OLED electronic viewfinder, with dioptre correction and eye-detection sensor so that it will automatically switch to the viewfinder when held up to the eye.

Viewfinder quality is excellent, with a very clear and crisp display, which includes a dual axis electronic level, and the EVF has a good sized rubber surround to help viewing outdoors which will be of benefit to anyone who wears glasses. Thankfully, the camera features a menu system much more similar to Sony Alpha cameras, rather than Sony NEX cameras, which means we may (finally) see the end of the Sony NEX menu system, which we were never a big fan of.

Focus speeds are rapid, and the camera is responsive in use, and a switch on the back will let you change the operation of the AF/MF button to an AEL button.

Sony Alpha 7 Body (1)

The side video record button has been placed so that you don't accidentally start video recording. There is also a microphone and headphone socket on the side for those seriously interested in video recording, and the clean HDMI out will be of particular interest here.

Sony Alpha 7 Body (13)

The mode dial features Auto, P, A, S, M, Scene, Panoramic, Video modes as well as two customisable user modes, and there's also a C1 (custom1) button on top of the camera, with a second C2 (custom2) button on the back, along with a Fn (Wi-Fi) button, and C3 button that doubles as the delete button when in playback. The functions available on screen when you press the Fn button can be customised to give quick access to your favourite options. 

A large front grip is covered in a textured rubber coating that extends round to the back of the camera, where it is shaped for your thumb. The camera feels good to hold with some of the smaller lenses, however, when the larger FE lenses are mounted on the camera, it can make the camera seem quite lens heavy and therefore holding the camera with two hands (with one supporting the lens) is highly recommended. If you plan on using one of the adapters, and Sony Alpha (A-Mount) lenses with the camera, or other large lenses, then the optional battery grip could help the camera feel more balanced, as well as giving extended battery life.

An exposure compensation dial on top gives quick access to exposure control, and a front and rear dial can be used for aperture and shutter control when in manual / aperture or shutter modes respectively.

Sony Alpha ILCE 7 Carl Zeiss Zoom

With the announcement of the Sony Alpha 7 and Sony Alpha 7R, Sony says that there will be no further Sony NEX cameras, and instead aim to merge the Sony NEX and Sony Alpha range into one Sony Alpha range. To enable this, Sony say that the Sony E-Mount cameras can accept both Sony E-Mount lenses, as well as Sony A-Mount lenses with an adapter, so that you have the choice of choosing your ideal lens from the whole range of Sony lenses. There are also a wide range of third party lens mount adapters available to enable the use of classic (and modern) lenses from other manufacturers, including lenses from Leica, Nikon, Canon and others.

Sony Alpha 7 Body (15)

Battery life - Battery life is rated at 270 shots according to Sony / CIPA test results, and the camera uses an info-lithium battery so you know exactly how much battery life is left. The battery is charged in camera using the provided USB cable and an external battery charger is not provided. For those that find the battery life short, a spare battery and external charger is recommended. 

Speed - We took a number of shots to test the camera's responsiveness, from switch on to first photo, shot to shot, focusing speed etc. We take a number of shots and then use the average to ensure accurate and consistent tests, making it easy to compare with other cameras.

  Sony Alpha 7
Shutter Response <0.05s
Wide - Focus / Shutter Response 0.25s 
Full zoom - Focus / Shutter Response N/A
Switch on Time to Taking a Photo 2.4s
Shot to Shot without Flash 0.6s (MF) / 0.8s (AF)
Shot to Shot with Flash N/A
Continuous Shooting - JPEG
(shots before slow down)
5fps (66 shots)
Continuous Shooting - Flash N/A
Continuous Shooting - RAW 5fps (26 shots)

The Sony website says that continuous shooting shoots at 2.5fps or 5fps, we switched on speed priority continuous shooting and the camera shot at 5fps for 66 shots before slowing down when shooting JPEG or 26 shots when shooting raw, using a Sandisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s UHS:I SDHC card. Focus phase detect area can be switched on or off and focus speeds remained the same. Focus speeds tested with the Carl Zeiss 35mm f/2.8 lens. 

Sony Alpha 7 Performance

Additional sample photos and product shots are available in the Equipment Database, where you can add your own review, photos and product ratings.

Sony Alpha 7 Sample Photos


Sample Photos - The Carl Zeiss Sonnar FE 35mm f/2.8 ZA T* lens performs very well with the Sony Alpha 7, with good detail into the corners, and is the most compact native lens currently available for the system. The camera is also very good at correcting any lens based distortion, as can be seen in examples further into this review. Exposure is reliable and focus speeds are good, with the camera producing excellent colour and detail. The saturation, sharpness, and contrast can be customised so that you can setup the camera as desired.

Sony Alpha 7 Lens test images


Photos taken with the Sony FE 28-70mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS kit lens are better than expected with the lens producing good results whether shooting wide or with full zoom, and the lens benefits from optical image stabilisation. Macro performance of the kit lens is reasonable, but is not as good as you would get from a dedicated macro lens. Distortion correction is switched on by default, and can't be switched off (vignetting and CA correction can be switched off), however it's possible to view the level of distortion in the original raw images. With thanks to HarrisonCameras for providing the Sony FE 28-70mm lens for this review.

Sony Alpha 7 ISO test images


ISO Noise Performance - The ISO range goes from ISO50 to ISO25600. High ISO NR options include: Normal, Low, and Off, with the default setting being normal, which was used for these tests. Long exposure NR options are on and off. 

Noise is very low at ISO50, ISO100, ISO200, ISO400, ISO800  and even ISO1600 with very good levels of detail. At ISO3200 there is a slight drop in detail however the camera does a good job of controlling noise. At ISO6400 there is a more noticeable drop in detail and noise increases although results still appear good. Image quality degrades more noticeably at ISO12800 however colour is still reasonable and noise well controlled. ISO25600 shows the highest levels of noise and colour saturation suffers slightly as a result.

Sony Alpha 7 ISO


Built in lens correction options are shown above, with the first option showing all corrections switched off, the next is with shading / vignetting correction switched on, the next shows chromatic aberration switched on as well, with the final image showing all corrections switched on including distortion correction.

Sony Alpha 7 White-balance test images


White Balance Performance - Auto White Balance (AWB) performs well under tungsten lighting, with the tungsten preset giving very similar results. Similarly AWB performs well under fluorescent lighting, and the fluorescent presets give different colour casts. 

Sony Alpha 7 Outdoor images


There are a number of ways to improve dynamic range in harsh lighting conditions, and when in intelligent Auto or Superior Auto+ the camera will automatically use the backlight scene mode if it decides it's necessary. In program mode you can switch DRO (Dynamic Range Optimisation) or HDR (High Dynamic Range) on, with these featuring Auto or manual settings. Here we've used the auto DRO setting which has produced very good results, without looking too artificial, with the HDR mode combining a number of shots taken at different exposures. 

Panoramic | 1/125 sec | f/8.0 | 28.0 mm | ISO 100
Panoramic | 1/125 sec | f/8.0 | 28.0 mm | ISO 100

The camera features a panoramic sweep mode where you simply press the shutter button and pan the camera in the direction you want to take the photo. You need to move the camera from one direction to the other at a quite specific speed, otherwise the camera will fail to create the panoramic or alternatively produce a panoramic with a black edge, which will need cropping off later. Results are quite good, with good detail and a fairly high resolution result.

Sony Alpha 7 Other sample images



Sony Alpha 7 Digital filters


Digital Filters - When using the picture effects, the camera records the altered JPEG but does not let you use this feature with raw enabled. There are also colour options available which can be customised, letting you set contrast, saturation and sharpness.

Video - The camera records full HD videos with stereo sound, and there are options to adjust the audio levels as well as audio out timing, and wind noise reduction. Microphone, headphone and HDMI ports can be found on the left of the camera, and a clean HDMI output is provided. Another video sample can be found on the ePHOTOzine YouTube channel.


Value For Money

The Sony Alpha 7 is available for £1300 body only, or £1549 with 28-70mm kits lens which makes it good value for money as one of the lowest priced full-frame cameras currently available. Alternatives to look at include the following cameras:

Fujifilm X-E2 - 16 megapixel, mirrorless with EVF, £799 body only
Olympus OM-D E-M1 - 16 megapixel, weather sealed, with EVF and Wi-Fi, £1299 body only
Nikon D610 - 24 megapixel Full-frame sensor, £1339 body only
Canon EOS 6D - 20 megapixel Full-frame sensor, with Wi-Fi, GPS, £1450 body only

You'll also need to buy a memory card and a case or bag to keep your camera safe and protected - have a look at our complete guide to camera bags.

Sony Alpha 7 Verdict

The Sony Alpha 7 is one of, if not, the cheapest full-frame digital cameras currently available, undercutting both the Canon EOS 6D and Nikon D610, whilst also being considerably smaller and lighter. The new camera certainly offers an exciting new option in the camera market. Whether used with Sony lenses or using an adapter, the camera is setup for accurate and easy manual focus thanks to focus peaking and other display options, as well as a clear and high resolution electronic viewfinder. 

Despite the styling of the camera being a bit like Marmite, you either love it or hate it, the Sony Alpha 7 looks to do what the Olympus OM-D E-M5 did, but for the die-hard full-frame DSLR fans, and there is now no reason to dismiss Mirrorless cameras as somehow "inferior" anymore. The Sony Alpha 7 is a real game-changer offering full-frame image quality in a much more compact and lightweight body. Despite the current lack of lenses, for anyone with a collection of other lenses, it will be possible to find an adapter for it, although for the quickest auto focus use of FE-mount lenses is recommended.

The Sony Alpha 7 is a very appealing camera, offering a relatively low price, a full-frame 24 megapixel sensor, a compact body, full HD video with microphone, headphone and HDMI sockets. The camera delivers impressive image quality with the lenses we've used so far, and has impressive noise performance for excellent low-light performance. There are a few niggles that it would be nice to see resolved including the shorter than ideal battery life, the lack of built in flash, and the lack of provided external battery charger. But putting these issues aside, the Sony Alpha 7 is one of the most exciting cameras of the year.


 
  The Sony Alpha 7 delivers impressive image quality and is an extremely desirable full frame camera. 

Sony Alpha 7 Pros

Impressive noise performance
Impressive image quality (with 35mm lens)
Full-frame mirrorless camera
Weather sealed magnesium alloy body
5fps continuous shooting (speed priority)
Focus peaking / Zebra display
FullHD Video plus clean HDMI out
Microphone / Headphone sockets
Price

Sony Alpha 7 Cons

Limited FE mount lenses - plenty of adapters
Short battery life / USB charging
Flash not included / provided

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Sony Alpha 7 Specifications

ManufacturerSony
Image Sensor
CCD pixels24.3Mp (Megapixels)
Pixels (W)6000
Pixels (H)4000
Sensor TypeExmor CMOS
Sensor SizeFull-Frame
Sensor Size (width)35.8mm
Sensor Size (height)23.9mm
Aspect Ratio
  • 3:2
LCD Monitor
LCD Monitor3in
Screen resolution921k dots
Touch ScreenNo
Focusing
Focusing modes
  • Autofocus
  • Manual
  • Spot
  • Face Detection
  • Multi
  • Centre
Exposure Control
Shutter speeds shortest1/8000sec
Shutter speeds longest30sec
Exp modes
  • Program
  • Aperture-Priority
  • Shutter-Priority
  • Manual
  • Scene modes
  • Program Variable
Metering
  • Centre-weighted - Average
  • Multi Pattern
  • Spot
ISO sensitivity100 - 25600
White balance
  • Auto
  • Manual
  • Bracket
  • Outdoors/Daylight
  • Cloudy
  • Incandescent
  • Fluorescent
  • Shade
  • Underwater
Exposure Comp+/-3
Viewfinder
Viewfinder Resolution2,359,296 dots
Shooting Options
Continuous shooting5fps
Video
Movie modeYes
Video Resolution
  • 1920x1080
  • 640x480 VGA
  • 1440x1080
Video FPS60p, 25p
Stereo SoundYes
Optical Zoom with VideoYes
Other Features
Image StabilisationNo
Interface
HDMIYes
USBUSB 2
Storage
Card Type
  • SD
  • SDHC
  • Memory Stick
  • SDXC
File Type
  • RAW
  • JPG
  • RAW + JPG
Power Source
Battery TypeInfo-Lithium Battery (NP-FW50)
CIPA Rating270
Box Contents
Box ContentsAC Adapter (USB), Rechargeable Battery Pack (NP-FW50), MicroUSB Cable, Shoulder strap
Dimensions
Weight416g
Width126.9mm
Height94.4mm
Depth48.2mm

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Comments


Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 12:09PM
The more I see & read, the more I like !!......love the styling too !!.....exquisite !!

Slobber, drool, want !!!!!!!!!!

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timj1 2 1 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 1:00PM
Makes all slrs look out of date. From a canon user looking to upgrade looks like this puts the 70d in the shade. Be interested to see full review Grin
Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2013 3:23PM
Ooo ??....just spotted a contradiction in spec. ??

The write-up states the rear screen has 1.23million dots.....whereas the Specification List
states 921k dots ???????

Hope it's the higher spec. version !!
ThomasT 1 2
22 Oct 2013 2:32AM
Wot, no built in flash? Same weight as Canon SL1, having same pix quality as top Canon, (K. Rockwell). OK so sony has 2 memory posns, SL not. Price SL1 less than half of sony A7.

All these mis-steps delay my entry into digital. Till then, fuji velvia through Zeiss etc.
deavilin 10 323 1 United Kingdom
24 Oct 2013 2:26PM
Having changed from Nikon to Sony over a year ago they never seise to amaze me, my A77 & Nex7 are fantastic and this looks even better ! I don't know why the other so called 'top companies' can't do so well, very soon the paying just for the name and not getting the top cam will dawn on some more photographers and they will join the ranks of the enlightened.
Keep up the good work SONY I am with you all the way Smile

A very happy bunny Smile
pablophotographer 3 464 185
3 Dec 2013 5:07PM
Looks like manual SLR, but it doesn't take film..... Tongue

Seriously though, it is a good step forward for the industry and the consumers.
Sony had purchased the Minolta photographic business and I think it is the time after the re-organisation of the operations to see of more ground breaking and innovative products.

I wish you all happy shooting with any camera you may have.
Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
3 Dec 2013 6:48PM
Mmmmm.....I find the test shots a little disappointing ?

Have a look at the White Balance test images...click on the Hi-res button, then click on the
+ button (the cursor)....& look at the area around that red Panasonic compact, the wording
on the 'Leica' lens, & the texture of the cordura material of the crumpler bag.....not too hot
in my view ??

Now do the same exercise with say the Fuji EX2......& see the difference ???????

Hopefully it might be that 35mm lens, rather than the 28-70 that should be supplied ?

Maybe the test of that lens might be an improvement......I'll wait & see !!
kodachrome 3 474
4 Dec 2013 8:52AM
This is the thing with FF, to get the best out of the sensor, you need high quality glass especially for edge performance. With an APS-C 'Cropped' sensor, lenses dont have such a big struggle at the edges. There are always exceptions, but Niknut may be right, a good prime may have been a better choice to show off what the camera can achieve. It would be interesting to compare with the 7r.
ChrisV 8 827 26 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2013 2:02PM
I want to like this camera, but I'm afraid I just don't 'get it'.

Firstly the idea of a small 35mm format ILC with EVF - I can see it might make a difference if you're the sort of photographer that only carries a short zoom or a small prime - I'm all for that. But in terms of overall system size - add a couple of lenses, a telephoto zoom and a [necessary even for basics] flash and you're saving... what?

In exchange for that modest weight saving you have the catastrophic penalty of battery life - that's bad enough with much smaller cameras like the EM5 et al, but seems even worse here. That's also compounded by the crazy decision to omit an external charger for batteries. It may save a few quid on production costs [and the price is very attractive], but in view of the battery life it just seems insane to me.

Last and certainly not least, is IQ. There aren't many samples here, but I can't say I'm bowled over by them - particularly the indoor shot at ISO 2000. I'd be fairly confident my EM1 could better that by a noticeable margin. That shouldn't be the case. It surprises and somewhat disappoints me that Sony can clearly make great sensors [I think they manufacture the one that's in the EM1], but do not seem to be able to extract the performance out of them - especially at higher ISOs.

I want to like the camera because it's sensibly priced, shows bags of innovation and perhaps even gives a signal for the future of serious professional photography. But I can't ignore the very real flaws. Suprised you could give this five stars - even though I might give it an A for effort.
efactsphoto 2 8 3 Germany
4 Dec 2013 2:22PM
Nice review - and great camera.
I had a chance to work with the A7R, the sister model, sporting a 36 MP sensor.
Truly amazing quality. And with the new adapter, I can even use Minolta AF lenses from the 1980s, such as the unsurpassed 200/2.8 APO.
The A7R is a bit more expensive (around 2,000 Euros), but it's definitely worth every cent.
joshwa e2
4 605 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2013 4:29PM
Hi, we've added a range of additional photos taken with the 28-70mm kit lens to further help demonstrate the image quality of the camera. And as others have said, to get the best out of this, high quality lenses are recommended. We plan to test the A7r with additional lenses. Thanks.
Have a look around the web there are some nice images with good quality glass, I've used my 7r with Zeiss lenses and considering how short a time I've had the camera it seems pretty damned good. The Battery charger I've blogged about and find quite ridiculous, enough said.

There's great little button beside the shutter release which gives an enlarged view to focus with, works a treat. Give it a chance, it's a clever and small camera, I was finding the weight of my Canons becoming too much along with the huge wide angle lenses.

Dougie
Keith on your last point about white balance and the quality, I've pulled up all of the 6 and the last one bottom right is out of focus. Have a look.

Dougie
Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
4 Dec 2013 8:02PM
Dougie....you're right !!.....the area around & behind that Panasonic compact is indeed very soft
& out of focus ???

Yet if you pan across to the blue tennis ball, it's very crisp, as are the model trucks on the LH
side..........now that's a bit weird ??.......I don't understand that !

Joshwa.....thanks for the extra shots of the 'conservatory @ 28mm & 70mm.....now that's the
sort of definition that I've been hoping for........looks to be 1st class !!

Desperate to have a look at one of these beauties, & try a few test shots, & blow 'em up
on screen.................

Dougie......I hope you're enjoying your 7R !!.....I hate to think what the file sizes are like ??
Keith::- 206.9 meg straight out of LR Tongue
Niknut e2
4 673 64 United Kingdom
5 Dec 2013 11:44AM
Dougie....Blimey !!.....that's about 10x the size of the files from my 18mgpxl camera !!!!

That would slow down any processing in Photoshop or Elements on my computer !!...so
that would limit me to the Alpha 7, with 24mgpxl's, & I guess about 40 to 50 meg ??

Going back to the White Balance test shots......I've just noticed that the bottom RH shot
was at full aperture of f2.8 !.....so minimum DoF (the row of pencils on the bottom shelf
are also out of focus.....
All the other shots are taken at f7.1, so more DoF, with better definition, but still a teensy
bit soft........but as it's presumably taken from fairly close quarters, that would still limit the
DoF. So I would assume a Landscape shot would have a much greater DoF, at the same
aperture, & therefore better definition ?......the new shots of the 'Conservatory' seem to
bear this out, especially taken at f8, which is probably the 'sweet-spot' of the lens ??

I'm slowly drifting towards an Alpha 7, but I'd like to see a wider lens, maybe 24-85, or
wider still, so I'll bide my time a little longer & see what lenses emerge from Sony !!

Still can't get over that file size !!.....WOW !!Grin
monstersnowman 9 1.7k 1 England
5 Dec 2013 4:34PM
Looks like something from russia from the 20th Century ...
Exquisite design and full frame. I would really want one. but....

As mentioned in the cons.
Very limited range of lenses at the moment. But Sony are terrible in producing a broad range of lenses for their new systems. Bodies? Yes. Lenses? No.
Limited battery life
USB only battery charging (so I believe - I could be wrong)

I really want to have this camera, but until Sony get serious with their e-mount lenses, and I mean at least the classic focal lengths of 24, 28, 35, 50, 85, 135, along with 24-70 and possibly 70-200 and of course macros thrown in - all being fast of course. I don't want to rely on having to use a third party adapter for other mounts.

Sony are so close with this camera, it hurts.
sasan 1 27
29 Jan 2014 12:16PM
Write on my tombstone "Killed by sony worksTongue"

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