The Sony Alpha 7C recently launched in India which featured a full-frame sensor embedded in a compact body. This series is dubbed as the world’s smallest full-frame camera.
Sony Alpha 7C Specifications
In terms of size and weight, the Alpha 7C series is identical to APS-C cameras. The nickname of the world’s smallest full-frame camera is embedded because the Sony Alpha 7C is equipped with a compact optical stabilization unit as well as the layout and structural improvements.
Additionally, the Sony Alpha 7C’s magnesium alloy construction has also been upgraded. Please note this material is usually used on the body of cars and airplanes. Despite designing a small Alpha 7C body (for the size of a camera with an FF sensor); Sony did not sacrifice performance. Sony claims that this camera is still capable of producing high-quality images, AF shooting, and high speed.
It is also possible to do snap shooting without a tripod with 5 stops of stabilization. For ISO standards, it has a range up to 51,200 and can be expanded up to 204,800 in low light with little noise. The NP-FZ100 battery on the Alpha 7C is equally reliable; capable of providing power for long-duration shooting, and it shoots up to 740 photos when using the LCD monitor or 680 photos when using the viewfinder.
It has a 3.0 type touch panel with 921 thousand dots that can rotate 176 ° horizontally and 270 ° vertically. As for lenses, Sony has prepared more than 50 types of E-mount lenses, from wide lenses, telephoto, video, and special lenses.
Price In India
According to Sony’s official website; the Alpha 7C camera is priced at INR 1,67,990 (body only) and INR 1,96,990 (body + 28-60mm zoom lens).
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