Sony a7C Top Video In Hand Reviews Before Ship Date

Sony a7C Top Video In Hand Reviews Before Ship Date. The Sony a7C is the latest and smallest full-frame interchangeable lens camera if you don’t count the Sigma FP. It crams a 24MP full-frame BSI sensor and image stabilization into a body more closely sized to the APS-C sensor a6600.

The new Sony a7C ship date is on October 29, 2020 and you can pre-sale it here to get it on release day.

Kai Man Wong’s take on the newest Sony full frame camera that leans heavy on the Vlogging crowd.

Tony and Chelsea Northrup fondle the silver topped version of the Sony a7C.

Camera Conspiracies calls the Sony A7c pretty lame. It looked superior to the A7 III on paper for video, but some key cripple strikes make this camera almost useless for it’s intended purpose. “Don’t even get me started on that new 28-60mm kit lens.”

Jared Polin calls the Sony a7C a smaller version of the Sony a7 III with one card slot and a crappy viewfinder.

Gerald Undone gets more technical with his review of the Sony a7c camera. Compares the Sony a7C with the a7 III for build quality, ergonomics, dynamic range, color and image quality, low light, etc.

The biggest reason to buy this over the a7iii is The Real-time AF Tracking in video. It is a state-of-the-art feature that employs artificial intelligence (AI) to tenaciously track moving subjects when shooting stills or movies.

The Alpha 7C has a 35mm full-frame 24.2MP back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor with front-end LSI and an updated BIONZ X processing-engine. It achieves high sensitivity and low-noise with an impressive ISO range of ISO 50 – 2048006 and big 15-stop dynamic range.

You can find the Sony a7C up for pre-order here at the current lowest price.