The Sony a7C is here, and it offers full-frame performance in a very compact and portable body. If you are interested in the a7C, check out this great video review.
Coming to you from DP Review, this great video review takes a look at the new Sony a7C mirrorless camera and compares it to the similarly equipped a7 III. When I reviewed it two years ago, I called the Sony a7 III one of the best all-around cameras on the market, and while it is still a great camera, the a7C also brings along a range of improvements brought about by the last few years. Its most notable features include:
- 20% smaller and lighter than other a7 series cameras
- Weather-sealed magnesium-alloy chassis
- 24.2-megapixel sensor with 15 stops of dynamic range
- 4K video at up to 30 fps (2.4x oversampling) and Full HD 1080p at up to 120 fps
- Extended ISO range of 50-204,800
- Continuous rate of 10 fps
- Hybrid AF system with 693 phase-detection points and 425 contrast-detection points along with Real-time Eye AF and Tracking AF
- 0.39″ OLED EVF with 2.36-million-dot resolution
- 3.0″ vari-angle touchscreen LCD
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- 5-axis in-body image stabilization
The major compromise in the smaller body is the single card slot; nonetheless, it looks to be a well balanced camera in a very portable body. Check out the video above for the full rundown.