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Five feature-packed Sony cameras for every type of photographer

There’s no denying that Sony turned the camera world on its head when it released the Sony a7 back in 2013. Since then, the market has been flooded with feature-packed Sony cameras that suit every type of photographer from beginners to the pros, from street to wildlife/sports photographers, and landscape to portrait photographers.

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    Sony a7C a great option for on-the-go photographers

    Sony a7C a great option for on-the-go photographers

    The Sony a7C is a camera that checks many boxes for those who like to capture everyday life on the streets. The Sony a7C is a slightly improved upon Sony a7 III with a Rangefinder-style design, a fully articulating LCD, improved IBIS and a deeper grip.

    Sony a7 IV review: A worthy photo upgrade over the a7 III

    Sony a7 IV review: A worthy photo upgrade over the a7 III

    The newest of the Sony cameras we have listed here is the Sony a7 IV. Following on from the game-changing a7 III, the a7 IV takes what everyone loved about its predecessor and cranks the dials up to 10. You’ll now get a 33-megapixel sensor and improved autofocus performance with 759 autofocus points. There’s a fully articulating screen, improved ergonomics, improved weather-sealing and better heat dissipation.

    Sony introduces 61-megapixel a7R IV camera

    Sony introduces 61-megapixel a7R IV camera

    If you like capturing all of the finer details while out in nature, the Sony a7R IV is the camera for you. Out of all the Sony cameras listed here, the a7R IV has the most megapixels. Snap a shot with this camera and you’ll be presented with glorious images that pack 61 megapixels.

    Is the Sony a1 really the best full-frame camera on the market?

    Is the Sony a1 really the best full-frame camera on the market?

    The Sony a1 is just a beast of a camera that can do it all. It boasts the best of the best in every category when it comes to Sony cameras. The sensor is a brilliant stacked CMOS sensor that practically eliminates rolling shutter when used in electronic shutter mode. This makes the Sony a1 the camera to beat for action photography, and well, everything else. Videographers will surely love the excellent 4K video modes and the lack of rolling shutter as well.

    A low-light machine: The Sony a7S III

    A low-light machine: The Sony a7S III

    The Sony a7S III is the undisputed low-light king. This camera houses a 12-megapixel sensor, which doesn’t sound grand. However, don’t let the low number fool you. Thanks to the low megapixel count, this camera has very large photosites which means that you can shoot at ridiculously high ISOs and still retain lots of detail while keeping noise low.

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