The new generation of the compact RX10 is equipped with a 20MP CMOS type 1.0" and a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-600 mm F2.4-4 zoom lens as before -- there are improvements especially in the continuous shooting function, which now offers up to 24 frames per second at max. 249 single images in one piece offers with permanent focus control, as well as with the autofocus system. It is supposed to react about twice as fast in the video area as the previous model and uses the full 315 phase detection AF points, as well as in the photo mode.
The filming is done in 4K/UHD (QFHD 3840 x 2160) in 24 or 30p with full pixel reading without pixel binning, in XAVC S with up to 100Mbps, slow motion up to 120p are possible in FullHD as with the predecessor. Proxy files can be recorded at a lower bit rate. According to the technical data, the new image profile option S-Log3 has been added as a further image profile option, the peaking function is to be improved.
The touch display of the RX10 IV has 1,440,000 pixels and thus a slightly higher resolution than before. However, the price for the camera is also higher -- from October onwards it will be available for 1999 Euro; the previous model RX10 III was released in April 2016 for about 1600 Euro.
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