Published Sep 15, 2020 |
Chris and Jordan chat about Sony’s newest full-frame camera, despite not being able to get their hands on one just yet. Find out what they like and don’t like about the a7C so far in this hands-on, er, hands-off preview.
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|Sony GP-VPT2BT Bluetooth Handgriff (für Selfies, YouTube und Vlogging, Tripod, kompatibel mit ZV-1, A9M2, A9, A7RM4, A7RM3, A7M3, A6600, A6400, A6100, RX100M7, RX0M2) schwarz||918,36 €||Shop now|
|Sony Alpha 6600 E-Mount Systemkamera (24 Megapixel, 4K Video, längere Akkulaufzeit, opt. Bildstabilisierung, 0.02 Sek. Echtzeit-Autofokus, OLED Sucher, inkl. SEL18135 Objektiv) schwarz||1.753,00 €||Shop now|
|Sony Alpha 6400 E-Mount Systemkamera (24 Megapixel, 4K Video, 180° Klapp-Display, 0.02 Sek. Echtzeit-Autofokus mit 425 Kontrast AF-Punkten, XGA OLED Sucher, inklusive L-Kit 16-50 mm Objektiv) schwarz||973,00 €||Shop now|
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