The 24MP Sony a7C is Sony’s newest and smallest full frame camera. It resembles a body size closer to the APS-C sensor Sony a6600, yet offers the same hybrid, real-time tracking autofocus system as the higher-end alpha models from Sony. It offers 5-axis image stabilization and can shoot bursts up to 10fps with auto focus.
Key Camera Specs
24MP BSI CMOS full frame sensor
“Real-time tracking” AF System
Oversampled 4K video up to 30p (1.2x crop), including 8-bit S-Log and HLG
Continuous shooting up 10fps
3.0″ 921.6k-Dot Vari-Angle Touchscreen
2.36m-Dot OLED Electronic Viewfinder
5-Axis In-Body Image Stabilization
Large ‘Z-type’ battery, rated to 740 shots per charge
While the a7C shares a great deal in common with the a7 III, the biggest standout difference is the size. According to Sony, the a7C is the world’s smallest full frame interchangeable lens camera with in body stabilization. Not only is it much smaller, but the a7C also gained Sony’s latest auto focus technology making this a clear competitor in the compact mirrorless market. Along with the a7C, Sony also introduced the compact FE 28-60mm f/4-5.6 lens which is fully compatible with both the Nauticam WWL-1 and WACP-1.