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Sony RX100 IV | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens, 4K Movie Recording and Flip Screen)

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Sony RX100 IV | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens, 4K Movie Recording and Flip Screen)
Sony RX100 IV | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens, 4K Movie Recording and Flip Screen)

Description

  • BREATHTAKING IMAGE QUALITY: The large 1.0-type image sensor has a resolution of 20.1 megapixels,with back-illuminated technology achieve a wide sensitivity range
  • FAST AND PRECISE AUTOFOCUS Fast Hybrid AF system achieves 0.05s AF to keep your subject sharp in any situation.
  • NEVER MISS A MOMENT: Up to 24fps with Autofocus.
  • PERFECT FOR VIDEO CREATORS: Internal 4K movie with Pro features and image stabilization.
  • SHARE YOUR CREATION: Easily share on your mobile devices via the Imaging Edge Mobile app (Wi-Fi).

Additional information

Specification: Sony RX100 IV | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens, 4K Movie Recording and Flip Screen)

General
Brand

‎Sony

Specification
Package dimensions

‎16.2 x 13 x 8 centimetres

Max Focal Length

‎70 Millimetres

Item dimensions L x W x H

‎41 x 102 x 58 millimetres

Item Weight

‎271 Grams

Colour

Continuous shooting speed

‎24 fps

Included components

‎Camera, Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-BX1, AC AdaptorAC-UB10C/UB10D, Micro USB cable, Shoulder Strap, Lens cap, Shoe cap, Lens hood, Eyepiece Cup, Instruction Manual

Package Weight

‎0.58 Kilograms

Minimum shutter speed

‎1/32000 seconds

Min Focal Length

‎24 Millimetres

Part Number

Zoom Type

‎Optical Zoom

Focus type

‎Auto Focus

Maximum shutter speed

‎1/32000 seconds

Aperture Modes

‎F1.8-F2.8

Style

Effective still resolution

‎24 MP

Reviews (2)

2 reviews for Sony RX100 IV | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens, 4K Movie Recording and Flip Screen)

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  1. Beingej

    I’ve had the RX100 for 2 months. It’s a very proficient camera, and its low light performance is quite remarkable. It’s quite pricey and for the money I would have like a GPS for geotagging and perhaps more zoom. Partly for that reason I haven’t sold my Canon 700D with its nice zoom telephoto. But it is definitely my camera of choice most of the time, and I don’t really like it to be too far away – you find yourself wanting to grab it that often.

    So what are the stand-out features?

    – Ruggedness has to be one of them. On my 2nd day (!) of ownership it detached from the top of my tripod (my fault) and fell from table height onto a stone floor.The body is metal and feels nice and solid, but it was a bit flattened on one corner. However, that’s it. No problems whatsoever with any camera functions. Since then I have fallen off my bike with the camera around my neck, and despite road contact, it came up smiling (I didn’t).

    – The quality of the lens. I think this is why the zoom is limited….

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  2. Kevin Boone

    I should point out that I bought this camera at a reduced price during a special offer. I’m not entirely convinced I’ll be keeping it, but I certainly wouldn’t be if I had paid the regular price.

    Anyway…

    The more I think about it, the more I think it’s a bad idea to try to squash DSLR features into a compact case.

    The problem, I think, is that there simply isn’t enough space to put all the buttons you need. If you’re shooting a particular subject, or a particular event, then you can set everything up in advance, and the fiddliness of the controls is less of a problem. However, those are circumstances in which I would use a full-size DSLR. I want a camera like this to keep in my pocket, and just snap away at whatever presents itself. I have a (mirrorless) Fuji X-Pro 1, and it’s fine used in that way — just not really pocketable. But the Fuji has specific buttons for things like ISO, AE-lock, focus mode, etc. These are all things that I want to be able to tweak with a moment’s…

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