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30 Aug, 2023
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These models, the A7C II and A7C R, follow the company's trend of creating high-quality cameras in a compact size.

Featuring a 61-megapixel sensor and the finest ergonomic design details, the A7C R holds a special place in the lineup. For user comfort, Sony has used softer and more pleasant to the touch material and an extended grip to ensure comfortable handling of the camera during long shoots. This model also features an extra grip for more support, making it ideal for a variety of photographic conditions, including street shooting.

The unit weighs just 515g, which is almost half the weight of its A7R V counterpart. A million-dot flip-up display, an OLED electronic viewfinder with improved magnification and full stabilization inside the body further enhance the appeal of this device.

While offering 61-megapixel RAW image capture at up to 8fps, the camera supports Sony's Pixel Shift Multi-Shot technology, elevating resolution to an astounding 240.8 megapixels.

On the other hand, the A7C II utilizes a 33-megapixel sensor like the A7 IV, while outperforming its predecessor in terms of autofocus capability. The enabling of a specialized AI processor present in the A7C R and A7R V models improves object detection, tracking and other AI-based functions. With a shooting speed of 10fps in mechanical or electronic shutter mode, the A7C II offers faster shooting speeds and promises improved results in challenging scenarios.

The A7C R will go on sale at a price of $3,000. This is an attractive proposition, offering remarkable features at a more affordable price. The A7C II model, available in silver and black, will go on sale this fall for $2,200, positioned as an intriguing alternative for enthusiasts looking for a great combination of performance and value.