Sony A7C

Sony A7C
84

Engadget Review

Sony’s A7C is a slightly smarter version of the popular full-frame A7 III in the smaller body of the crop-sensor A6600. That means it’s easy to carry around, but has worse handling than the A7 III. It has very similar image quality, shooting speeds and video specs as the A7 III, but uses Sony’s latest AI smarts to improve autofocus tracking. The A7C isn’t quite as capable as recent cameras like the Canon R6, but it’s a bit cheaper. Overall, it’s a good choice for hybrid shooters that lean to the photo side who want a lightweight, modestly priced full-frame camera.

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Sony A7C review: Smart, small and clumsy
A mini A7 III with better autofocus and worse handling.
Steve Dent
Steve DentDecember 23, 2020

Pros

  • Smart and fast autofocus
  • Lightweight and small
  • Great battery life
  • Sharp 4K video
  • Decent stabilization
  • Flip-out display

Cons

  • Mediocre handling
  • No 10-bit or 60 fps 4K video
  • Subpar viewfinder
  • Clunky menus
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A7C

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Key Specs

TYPE
Mirrorless interchangeable lens
LENS MOUNT
Sony E
RESOLUTION (EFFECTIVE)
24.2 megapixels
SENSOR SIZE
Full-frame
MEMORY CARD
SD

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