Friday, 5 July 2013

New Sony compact Cameras RX1R and RX100 II



Sony has updated its two high-quality compact cameras. In the full-frame camera RX1R the manufacturer has only improved details and donated the RX 100 II a new image sensor and an NFC module.

Sony RX1R: The full-frame camera has improved only in the details of the Sony Cybershot RX1R. At the new sister model, the first full-frame compact camera Sony claims to have changed only details. The manufacturer has removed the low-pass filter so that the unfiltered light strikes the sensor and it can record more details. The color rendering now also dominates the TRILUMINOS technology that goes into the latest Sony TVs. In addition, the recording of videos should be possible with a stereo microphone now. Furthermore, the RX1R has a full frame sensor with a resolution of 24.3 megapixels and a maximum sensitivity of ISO 102,400. The bright Carl Zeiss lens also has a fixed focal length of 35 mm, and the operation looks more like a reflex than a compact camera.

 Sony RX 100 II: The noble compact camera has been revised thoroughly by the manufacturer. Compared to RX1R is 100 II is an "Always-like camera", but which is now also supported by TRILUMINOS technique in the color reproduction in the RX. Compared to the previous model RX 100, Sony has made a few changes. Thus, the one-inch CMOS sensor, the new camera takes photos with a resolution of 20.2 megapixels. Sony stated that the RX 100 II in addition to a WLAN and an NFC module, both of which are used for wireless data transmission and allow the transmission of both photos and videos and enable the remote control. The three-inch screen with a resolution of 1.2 megapixels is not permanently installed, but can be folded up and down. Also new accessory shoe where you can attach a flash light, a microphone and other accessories. The lens also has a maximum aperture of F1.8 and a 3.6 x zoom, which corresponds to a small format, converted focal length of 28-100 mm.

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