After the series of rumors, Sony has unveiled World’s first full frame mirror less camera. Alpha 7 and 7R will be the first smallest, lighter and portable full frame interchangeable-lens cameras. The good news for the photographers is that, the model will feature a new RX10 zoom, Sony’s own BIONZ X processor, XGA OLED view finder, fast auto focus, WiFi, full HD 60p video recording and NFC support. The camera body is made of magnesium alloy that can sustain in rough conditions, dust and moisture.
According to Mike Kahn, the director of the interchangeable lens camera business at Sony Electronics, α7 series cameras will redefine professional digital cameras and set to be the smallest, lightest and portable than any full frame interchange lens camera. The models outputs high quality, powerful photographs.
Sony’s Alpha 7 comes with 24.3 megapixel full frame Exmor CMOS sensor and fast hybrid AF system. The device can shoot up to five frames per second and allows you to capture moving object without much of blur. It also comes with 28-70mm f3.5–f5.6 full-frame lens (model SEL2870) and will cost $2000.
The Alpha 7R sports 36.4 megapixel, Exmor CMOS sensor and no optical low pass filter. It means, less noise and more clearer picture, but at the cost of $2300.
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