The Sony company presented mirrorless camera Sony a7C, which looks like the model format APS-C, but in fact is full frame. The basis of the camera is an image sensor with backlight Exmor R resolution of 24.2 megapixels and Bionz X processor. Sensor shift in five degrees of freedom provides image stabilization.
According to the manufacturer, a7C is the ideal camera for video bloggers, photographers, travelers or other users who want the benefits of a full-frame mirrorless system Sony in a small and light form factor. The a7C is compact enough to carry comfortably in your bag or backpack for everyday use.
The light sensitivity range of ISO 100-51200 is extended to ISO 50-204800 and the dynamic range is 15 steps. The camera uses a hybrid auto focus system with 693 phase focus points and 425 contrast focus points. There is real-time eye focusing with real-time tracking, including the Animal Eye function for shooting pets. Continuous shooting speeds of up to 10 fps are available.
The camera supports shooting UHD 4K30p video with 8-bit 4:2:0, HLG/HDR and S-Log3/2 output, and shooting Full HD video at up to 120 fps for slow motion effect. Headphone and microphone jacks allow you to record and control sound through the camera, and the multi-interface connector supports installation of the microphone in a hot shoe. In addition, the HDMI port can be used together with an external recorder for 8-bit 4:2:2 recording at UHD 4K resolution and 30 fps.
The camera features a three-inch LCD screen with adjustable tilt angle, a 2.36 million-dot electronic viewfinder, an SD/SDHC/SDXC card slot (with UHS-II support), USB-C 3.2 Gen1 and micro-HDMI ports, and a Wi-Fi interface.
The description refers to the dust and waterproof construction, magnesium alloy chassis and NP-FZ100 battery, one charge enough for 740 shots or 225 minutes of video recording.
With dimensions 124 x 71 x 60 mm the camera weighs 509 g. It should be available at the end of this year at the price of 1800 dollars.