Sony introduces Alpha 7C World’s Smallest and Lightest Full-frame Camera System

Sony India announced an impressive addition to their  imaging line-up, the Alpha 7C full-frame camera (model ILCE-7C), the FE 28-60mm F4-5.6 (model SEL2860) zoom lens. The Alpha 7C is the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame body with uncompromising performance, featuring advanced AF (autofocus), high-resolution 4K video capabilities and more. When paired with the world’s smallest and lightest FE 28-60mm F4-5.6 standard zoom lens, this versatile combination delivers an experience unlike any other, maximising portability and versatility without sacrificing any of the power of full-frame imaging.

The new Alpha 7C combines Sony’s full-frame image quality, advanced AF capabilities and versatile video shooting functions in a stunningly light and compact design making it perfect for vloggers and video creators. Despite the compact body, its Industry leading battery life, the high-capacity NP-FZ100 provides enough power to shoot for long durations in comfort, allowing you to capture up to an industry-leading 740 images when using the LCD monitor, or 680 images when using the viewfinder.

  • Uncompromised Full-frame performance in a compact design
  • Exceptional 4K Video recording capabilities for high quality footage
  • Advanced Real-time Eye Autofocus with extremely high tracking precision
  • Designed for vloggers and video creators with advanced imaging technology and easy-to-use functionality
  • Simplified and customizable operations designed for enhanced experience & flexibility
  • Industry leading battery Life for longer movie recording
  • Alpha 7C accompanies world’s smallest and lightest Full-frame Zoom Lens FE28-60mm F4-5.6 for excellent image quality

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