For photographers Sony has announced a treat this season! It has unveiled its latest range of cameras including RX-100 IV and the RX-10 II. The new compact cameras provide powerful sensors in small packages. This shows Sony’s latest offering has helped the photographers availing all quality services.
These cameras have a special sensor. The “first stacked 1.0 type CMOS sensor with a DRAM chip,” said Sony. This will translate to fast performance and will enable its high quality slow motion video capture and 4K video capture.
The Rx100 has long been technical standout in consumer camera industry – it was the maiden pocketable camera to provide a full 1-inch sensor for less noise an high quality image capturing. This fourth generation RX100 is again pocketable and highlights a super bright F1.8 to F2.8 aperture lens with a 24-70 mm zoom range when translate to 35 mm analog equivalent.
The RX10 II is little heavier and no more so than its predecessor. This includes a 24-200 Zoo lens for enhanced reach. Both cameras are available with fixed lenses, meaning you can swap out of glasses and they were designed to single serve flexible options for people want to avoid multi lens system.
The digital finder on the back is now the XGA OLED truefinder variant new form Sony offering high contrast and more true to life color rendering. These also have new intelligent autofocus system which will be offering high contrast and more true to life color rendering. It has a fast intelligent autofocus system according to Sony it can lock on to a subject in as little as o.o9 seconds. These have built in NFC and Wi-Fi.
Pre-order sales for both start on Jun 17 with pricing beginning at $1000 for RX-100 IV and $1,300 for the RX-10 II. However, company has to announce the shipping dates. Sony name is associated with consumer dedicated cameras and those look like they could ideal travel/ work cameras for wide group of users.
Available in different price tags it has reason to share. The new tech sensors might offer enough advantage including 4 K recording. It has 5 and 29 minutes max recording length for the Rx-10 II and RX-100 IV and its another feature super slow mo video which can capture footage at an astounding 960 fps, 480 fps and 240 fps. The users can avail more