Sony has this week unveiled the latest addition to their Sony RX line of cameras in the form of the Sony RX10 camera which will soon be available to purchase from stores for $1300.
The new Sony RX10 camera is equipped with a 20.2-megapixel, 1-inch, backside illuminated sensor and is the same sensor found in the RX100 Mark II and features a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 24-200mm constant aperture f/2.8 optically stabilised lens provides a huge range of photographic options (35mm equivalent).
Sony have equipped their new Sony RX10 with technology to preform in low-light conditions and its lens is capable of focusing on objects jet 3cm away, making it perfect for macro photography if desired.
Other features of the Sony RX10 camera include a new, high speed ultrasonic focusing system and a features that allows the camera to capture 10 frames per second with continuous autofocus. As well as a new Eye AF system, video capture for 1080p HD video at 60fps and has the ability to output 4K images to compatible TVs over standard HDMI cables.
Together with dual stereo microphones, variable angle LCD, Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity support, accessory shoe mount and headphone jack, external microphone jack. Watch the video below to see the new Sony RX10 in action.
Source: VergeFiled Under: Camera News, Top News