16 Differences Between The Sony a7C and a7III

16 Differences Between The Sony a7C and a7III

  1. Form Factor – slightly narrower than the a7III and shorter thanks to the EVF moving which is also great for smaller gimbals
  2. Weight – about 140g lighter than the a7III
  3. Control layout – more ergonomic with fewer buttons better laid out
  4. Mode Dial – improved with 3 custom memory modes and movie mode is moved
  5. EVF – Same resolution, but smaller magnification on the a7C
  6. Flip screen – a7C screen can be used as a selfy screen
  7. Video Recording Limits – a7C has not limit to recording time
  8. Video Eye Tracking AF – tracks eyes in Video on the a7C, but the a7III can not
  9. Eye-tracking AF when monitoring via HDMI – a7C doesn’t lose the ability to track eyes when recoding externally
  10. Tweaked color science – a7C has better color science so no more magenta shadows
  11. Post Stabilization with Gyro Metadata – a7C records gyro data for post stabilization
  12. Shutter – sounds and feels different, cant disable electronic first curtain shutter on a7C, Max shutter speed of a7C is 1/4000 vs 1/8000 on the a7III
  13. NTSC/PAL switching  – don’t need to reformat cards to switch
  14. Card Slot – a7C only has one card slot and it’s on the left
  15. Port Covers – on the a7C there are doors covering ports instead of flaps
  16. Price – a7C is $200 less than a7III, but you can find used a7III and deals on the a7III

The Sony a7C is an upgrade over the a7III. One more thing the a7C is a clicky shutter and the a7III is a squishy type.

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