Sony has announced the Sony A7C, a dramatic shift in design for the company and the result is the ‘world’s smallest and lightest full-frame interchangeable lens camera.’
The new compact Sony Alpha camera is designed for enthusiast photographers searching for a small and light full frame camera, APS-C owners wanting to step up to full-frame image quality and performance, and first-time interchangeable lens camera owners.
The models comes with a 24.2MP sensor, and can take stills with up to 10fps, record (Up to) 4K30p, or FHD 120p video with XAVC-S. It features a capable AF, vari-angle LCD touchscreen, viewfinder and 5-axis IBIS.
The model was announced along with the new Sony FE 28-60mm f/4-5.6 lightweight kit zoom lens and the Sony HVL-F28RM compact and lightweight flash.
– Compact and lightweight full frame camera
– 20% smaller body than the Sony A7 III
– Vari-angle LCD
– 24.2MP CMOS image sensor
– BIONZ X image processor
– ISO up to 204,800
– 5-axis in-body image stabilization
– Hybrid AF with real-time Eye AF (human and animal) and real-time Tracking AF
– Continuous shooting at up to 10 frames per second
– 4K UHD video capabilities with fast Hybrid AF and real-time Eye AF
– Available with a new compact FE 28-60mm kit lens
Price and Availability
The Sony A7C will be available at local retailers with pricing to confirmed later. The body only is priced at $1,800 and $2,100 for the kit with the new 28-60mm f/4-5.6 zoom lens.
Here’s a preview of the Sony A7C: