Sony announced its new release of cameras without an internal mirror and a full-frame sensor A7C, which launches with a compact design compared to competing versions in the market, and the price is $ 1800.
Sony recently introduced the A7S III camera, which is aimed at recording video, and today a new version of the company A7C is launched in the category of cameras without an internal mirror, which features a compact design, and an electronic viewfinder in the corner, a design that mimics the APS-C A6600 more than a series A7, and the new version also comes with a lower pricing level than other versions of the series.
The A7C camera has developed features that support video bloggers, with a small and light design of 509 grams that will support the user in moving smoothly, and the camera includes a 3-inch screen that supports 950K points, and also supports the bending completely outside the body of the camera, also the screen can support the user with a feature Touch to focus only.
The A7C camera frame also comes with 5-axis stabilization, with 5 stops to reduce vibration, and support vloggers with a seamless shooting and navigation experience.
The camera also supports 4K video recording with a full frame sensor at 30 frames per second with full pixel readout, or 1080p video recording at 120 frames per second at 4: 2: 0 at 8-bit and 100 megabits per second, as will be available to users S-Log2 and S-Log3 to increase dynamic range.
The auto focus feature is one of the most important features of Sony in the A7C camera, as the camera comes with a hybrid high-speed autofocus feature for scene identification, and up to 693 points can be specified in full-frame mode, Sony also supports this version with improvements in artificial intelligence technology for people perception. , Animals, and eye movement tracking in still images or when recording video.
The A7C also supports tracking objects, with controlling the process of predicting the movement of objects, with the ability to adjust the speed of focus shifting in movie mode.
The A7C camera also supports continuous shooting up to 10 frames per second and continuous auto focus, and Sony supports this version with performance at the level of the A7 III camera in low-light photography efficiency, with a range of 100-51200 in ISO, and the ability to expand the range up to 50-204800.
On the other hand, Sony offers an OLED viewfinder that supports up to 2.36 million points, which is a level lower than the A7 III camera that supports up to 3.6 points. The camera also includes a battery NP-FZ100 that was presented in the A6600 camera as well, which supports the user to charge up to 680 shots.
The camera also accommodates one UHS-II card, with support for shooting 45 frames in RAW format, and the A7C camera contains a USB-C class 3.2 port that supports battery charging, an HDMI micro port, and two headphone and microphone inputs.
It is planned that the A7C will be available at a price of $ 1800 for the structure of the camera only, or $ 2100 for several integrated lenses that include FE 28-60mm f / 4-5.6, with the camera shipping to begin at the end of October.