Sony announces two new A7C mirrorless full-frame cameras
Sony has announced two new additions to its A7C series of full-frame interchangeable lens cameras, the A7C II and A7CR.
The A7C II is equipped with the same full-frame sensor found in the A7 IV, which means it has 33 effective megapixels, along with the still image and video functions of its bigger brother, while offering a much more compact body, approximately 124mm wide x 71.1mm high x 63.4mm deep and weighing approximately 514 g.
The Alpha 7CR on the otherhand is a new model that takes the 61MP sensor found in the Alpha 7R V, into a similar body. It weighs just 1 g more.
Both models are equipped with the same AI-processing unit and BIONZ XR processors found in Sony’s A7R V and A6700.
Both devices feature Sony's real-time recognition autofocus technology, five-axis in-body image stabilisation, and 4:2:2 10-bit video recording up to 4K60p. There's also S-Log3 and S-Cinetone log modes, and touch-operable vari-angle LCD monitors on both cameras.
The new devices will be available in Australia from September 2023. The A7C II has an RRP of $3,499, and the A7CR $4,999. You can find out more at Sony.