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Sony a7C Full Frame Mirrorless Compact Alpha Camera

Sony a7C Full Frame Mirrorless Compact Alpha Camera

Fall is an exciting time for photographers. It’s not just because of the colorful scenery either. Fall is also the time camera companies choose to release their newest camera models. This fall is no exception with the newest release from Sony available for pre-order now. Here’s everything you need to know about the ultra-compact Sony a7C full frame mirrorless camera that will be the perfect addition to your photography arsenal. Compact Size Are you looking for a compact camera to stash in a small bag for easy on-the-go shooting this fall? Do you want the convenience of this small size, without giving up a large sensor? The new release Sony a7C Full Frame Mirrorless Camera from is just what you’re looking for. The a7C is a full-frame camera in a small compact design. With the strategic placement of almost all of the back buttons to the right-hand side of the a7C, you can control this compact camera with just one hand! That will be pretty handy for your travels this fall and beyond. Selfie Friendly Sony definitely had travel photographers and vloggers in mind with the release of the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame camera with IBIS. If that is not enough to convince you that the a7C is the camera for you, check out the variable angle LCD screen. Flip around the sturdy, fully articulating screen for your selfie and vlogging needs. If you are a vlogger, you will enjoy being able to monitor your 4K video footage while recording walk-and-talk footage. Just tap the touch screen to set your focus point, and you are all set to easily frame up selfies. Don’t worry about blocking the screen when you plug in your microphone either. Sony thought of every little detail on this new release a7C. Tech Specs The Sony a7C Full Frame Mirrorless Camera from comes with the latest and greatest Sony autofocus system. Using Sony’s real-time autofocus system, the camera picks the point of focus on its own. This includes face and eye detection for both people and pets as well. With the new release Sony a7C, you will be able to shoot 115 RAW images at up to 10 frames per second. The main advantage of the a7C’s full frame sensor is the ISO. It can range from 100 to 51,200 and extend all the way up to 204,800. The best part is having all of these capabilities in a compact, easy to carry camera body. The Sony a7C has plenty to offer travel photographers, vloggers, hikers, and anyone looking for a small, lightweight, full-frame camera.  
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