Sony Mirrorless Cameras: A bigger record button!

Written by David Shapton

Sony/RedsharkA7S record button Cineasy

A bigger record button could make all the difference

Well, there doesn't seem to be much you can say about this, except that it it looks like a good idea.

The record button on Sony's highly popular mirrorless cameras is a bit small. So small, in fact, that you might struggle to find it at that crucial moment when history is being made.

But it's OK - because now, someone's made a bigger button. It's called the Cineasy Touch, and details are in the video below.

That's it. If you need a bigger button, you now have an option.

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