Today, the Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation Sony has unveiled a new full-frame mirrorless A7C free firmware that supports video and imal eye focus and USB streaming.
The new camera is Sony’s free firmware upgrade for the full-frame mirrorless ILCE-7C, with added support for video real-time animal eye focus and USB streaming functions. The camera’s version is Ver.2.00.
During the same period, the ILCE-7RM4A full-frame mirrorless camera offers free firmware upgrades, improving the camera’s general reliability and performance. The corresponding version is Ver.1.10.
Recall that, on September 15, 2020, Sony unveiled the ILCE-7C, a full-frame mirrorless digital camera with autofocus and 4K video recording.
The ILCE 7RM4A is an updated version of the ILCE-7RM4 that primarily increases the LCD screen pixels to around 2.35 million dots. ILCE-7RM4A uses a newly developed full-frame Exmor R CMOS back-illuminated image sensor with approximately 61 million effective pixels, with 15 levels of dynamic range, high-speed continuous shooting at 10 frames per second, and supports real-time tracking and video real-time eye focusing functions.
The following are the primary substance of this upgrade:
- The ILCE-7C is a full-frame mirrorless camera with USB streaming capability.
- You can connect the device to a computer via USB cable to perform real-time streaming and internet chat with high-quality video and audio.
- The real-time eye focus capability can be used on animals when shooting moving photographs.
- Improve the camera’s overall stability.
- Improve the overall stability of Sony’s flagship ILCE-7RM4A camera.