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RSS FeedsSony Cyber-shot RX10 IV review
(Digital Photography Review)


14 november 2017 16:09:48

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 IV review
(Digital Photography Review)

Introduction The Sony DSC-RX10 IV is premium superzoom bridge-camera (DSLR-like form factor) with a 24-600mm F2.4-4 equivalent zoom lens and a 20MP 1`-type stacked BSI-CMOS sensor: the same used by the Sony RX100 V. This new sensor brings phase detect autofocus to the RX10 series for the first time, adding the depth-awareness that is important for focusing long lenses. The camera is also faster than its predecessor and can shoot at 24 fps with AF and auto exposure (compared to 5 fps). The processor is borrowed from the flagship Sony a9, which should mean excellent subject tracking. In short, this camera packs speed, AF ability and lens reach into a convenient package, not to mention 4K video. So is it the most capable all-in-one camera on the market? Read on... Key specs: 20MP 1`-type stacked BSI-CMOS sensor 24-600mm equivalent F2.4-4 stabilized zoom lens 24 fps burst shooting in JPEG + Raw, with full AF and AE 315-point phase-detection autofocus system covers 65% of frame Detailed 4K video capture with well-controlled rolling shutter High frame rate video capture Touchscreen Bluetooth connectivity Updated menus We feel like this camera will appeal to a variety of users including those seeking an all-in-one camera with serious reach for casual shooting, travel or vacationing. But advanced videographers may also find this camera tempting thanks to a laundry list of video features and good quality UHD capture. Key features compared The body is almost identical to that of its predecessor, using the same outstanding lens. However the RX10 IV offers a touchscreen that can be used as a touchpad for placing AF points with your eye to the finder or for selecting a point of focus in still or video mode. There are a few other minor differences between the two cameras as well: Sony RX10 IV Sony RX10 III Sony RX10 II Panasonic FZ1000 Panasonic FZ2500 MSRP $1699 $1499 $1199 $899 $1199 Sensor 20MP 1`-type sta ...
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