Sony has unveiled two new cameras this week, taking the wraps off the new Sony Compact RX-100 IV and the Sony RX-10 II.
The Sony RX-10 is the larger of the two, featuring a 24-200mm fixed zoom lens, along with an intelligent autofocus system that can focus in just 0.09 seconds according to Sony.
It also features a XGA OLED Tru-Finder around the back that has been designed to provide more true to life rendering with a higher contrast.
The Sony Compact RX-100 IV is also pretty exciting however, being the first compact camera to be fitted with a 1-inch sensor, along with enhancements for low-noise and higher quality image capture.
Both also feature support for NFC and WiFi.
“The impressive speed and power of the 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor with an attached DRAM chip allows the new RX100 IV and RX10 II to perform exceptionally well while capturing fast-moving subjects. Specifically, it’s fast processing capability results in continuous speeds at up to 16 fps on the RX100 IV and up to 14 fps on the RX10 II for an extended period of time.”
“Utilizing Sony’s decades of expertise in digital imaging, we’ve made it possible for everyday customers to enjoy a professional imaging experience with the new RX100 IV and RX10 II cameras. With the power of the world’s first 1.0-type Stacked CMOS sensor packed into a compact, portable body, these new cameras bring the excitement and creativity of high frame rate shooting, 4K recording and a variety of other pro-quality features to a whole new audience.” – Kimio Maki, Senior General Manager of Digital Imaging Business Group for Sony Corporation
Both of the new cameras will be available to pre-order on June 17th, with pricing expected to be around $1,000 for the RX-100 IV and $1,300 for the Sony RX-10 II.
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