Sony has quite made a name for full-frame mirrorless cameras with the A7 series. While we already have the A7R, A7S, and A7 series, Sony is expanding that with an upcoming A7c series. Ahead of its imminent launch, official-looking renders and an on-hand look of the A7c have surfaced, and the camera looks like an A6600 but with a full-frame sensor inside it.
According to Nokishita, the upcoming compact full-frame mirrorless camera will have a 24-megapixel sensor, 100-51200 ISO range (50-204800 extended range), IBIS with 5 stops of stabilization, 10FPS shooting speed, a 3-inch flip-out LCD, a corner-mounted EVF, and a 28-60mm f/4-5.6 kit lens. It will also use the same NP-FZ100 used on the A7 and A9 series.
Given that the A7c positions itself in between the A7 and A6600, it will be interesting to see how Sony will market this compact full-frame mirrorless camera. If rumors of a $2,100(~Php 102k) price tag for the body only is true, the A7c might meet tough competition unless it has other compelling features to boot.