Sony a7C entry-level mirrorless camera has made it to the headlines today after the final list of specifications and images leaked online.
Sony has a great game going in the mirrorless camera department. The Alpha portfolio offers top of the line cameras for both stills and video. The recently announced a7S III offers a plethora of features for videographers and the a7 IV has loads of megapixels. While both of the camera bodies get you the best, they cost too much. Enter, the Sony a7C! This new entry-level mirrorless camera packs all those features in a body no bigger than the Sony A6600 and did we mention it’s full-frame? The camera will inherit some features from the Sony a7 III and the recently announced a7S III. The official announcement is set to happen on September 15.
Today, live images of the camera have surfaced online. Being honest, I’m shocked! See how small this form-factor is. It packs a full-frame sensor! The dimensions are 124×71.1×59.7mm and the camera weighs 509g. Kudos to Sony for this achievement. The rumors were true after all. The overall look of the has an A6600 feel to it. Sony had to push the EVF to the left corner of the camera and the menu button is right above the rear screen. Talking about the rear display, this will be a fully articulating 3-inch setup.
Sony a7C will feature a 24 Megapixel back-illuminated sensor with ISO sensitivity ranging from 100-51200 (expanded 50-204800). The mirrorless setup also features in-body camera shake correction which is sensitive down to 5 steps. The autofocusing system on the Sony a7C will be inherited from the a7S III. Users can record 4K 30p video; still unconfirmed, this might be without any limits considering the form-factor. That form-factor also fits a battery with the model number, NP-FZ100. The camera only has a single SD card slot. There’s the general mix of connectivity options including WiFi and Bluetooth support and USB Type-C support. Sony a7C price should touch 2100 Euros approximately Rs.1,87,000.
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