Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 IV Digital Cameras4/5 $2,098 - $2,098
SENSOR TYPE: CMOS
SENSOR SIZE: 13.2 mm x 8.8 mm
EFFECTIVE PIXELS: 20.1 Megapixel
TOTAL PIXELS: 21 Megapixel
IMAGE PROCESSOR: BIONZ X Image Processor
MAX VIDEO RESOLUTION: 2840 x 2160
OPTICAL ZOOM: Yes
SHUTTER SPEED: 30 sec - 1/2000 sec
MAXIMUM APERTURE: f/ 2.4 (W) - f/ 16 (T)
LCD SCREEN SIZE: 3"
LCD SCREEN TYPE: LCD Rear Touch
TOUCH LCD: Yes
MEMORY CARD SLOT: SD
BATTERY MODEL: NP-FW50
DIMENSIONS (L X H X W): 132.5 mm x 49 mm x 1145 mm
WEIGHT (WITH BATTERY): 1095 g
Availability: In Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin, Gold Coast and more )
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Alongside a 20MP 1”-type stacked BSI-CMOS sensor and a 24-600mm equivalent F2.4-4 zoom lens, Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 VI is indeed a premium superzoom bridge-camera. The same BSI-CMOS sensor and Zoom Lens has already been used in Sony RX100 V, though but DSC RX10 IV added the depth-awareness which is quite important for focusing long lenses. It is much faster as compared to its predecessor and lets users shoot at 24 fps with AF and auto exposure. The Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 IV Camera in Australia comes with fast, AF ability and lens which reach into a convenient package – not to mention the 4K video. Therefore, it’s the most dazzling and capable all-in-one camera around.
Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 IV Key Specifications
- Sensor Type: CMOS
- Sensor Size: 13.2 mm x 8.8 mm
- Effective Pixels: 20.1MP
- Total Pixels: 21MP
- Image Processor: Bionz X Image Processor
- Max Video Resolution: 2840 x 2160
- Optical Zoom: Yes
- Shutter Speed: 30 Sec – 1/2000 Sec
- Maximum Aperture: f/2.4 (W) – f/16 (T)
- LCD Screen Size: 3-inches
- LCD Screen Type: LCD Rear Touch
- Touch LCD: Yes
- Memory Card Slot: SD
- Battery Model: NP-FW50
- Dimensions (L X H X W): 132.5 mm x 49 mm x 1145 mm
- Weight (With Battery): 1095 grams
Fastest Hybrid AF System
The DSC RX10 IV is backed by an on-sensor Phase-Detection AF System which intensely improves overall speed for images and videos. DSC RX10 IV is using a hybrid system with 315 Phase-Detection for providing around 65% frame coverage with 25-area contrast-detection system – provides accurate and fastest focusing in a range of situations. Moreover, it’s capable enough to lock onto subjects speedily – in 0.03 seconds, and it can use AF tracking when shooting at 24 fps.
UHD 4K Video Recording
Users can record UHD 4K videos at 30/24 fps with exceptional clarity. By using a full pixel readout without binning, DSC RX10 IV collects 1.7x the information needed to make 4K videos. Besides, fast Hybrid AF is also available for ensuring accuracy and fast track when it comes to recording videos. Not only this, Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 IV offers users company’s advanced XAVC S format for recording a high bit rates up to 100 Mbps.
In DSC RX10 IV, Sony has added a “Photo Capture” function – enables users to save an 8.29MP from their UHD 4K movies. Full HD can also benefit from this feature where shooters will be able to pull a 2MP still. The Sony DSC RX10 IV NTSC/PAL – hence, users can use it worldwide with ease.
Slow Motion Shooting and High Frame Rate
Without a doubt, everyone needs speed, and interestingly Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 IV allows users to get advanced High Frame Rate shooting and super slow motion. Users will have access to a standard 120 fps setting, making enable outstanding slow motion when placed in editing software.
A dedicated HFR Mode is also available which boosts the cameras frame rate up to 960 fps. You’ll have an option to record videos in a Time Priority Mode or Quality Priority Mode. There is an “End Trigger Mode” which enable users to record 4 to 6 seconds videos before the record button is pressed.
Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 IV Price
The Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 VI Camera Prices in Australia starts from AU$2250-2300, making it a chunky beast by bridge camera standards with its 133 x 94 x 127 mm body and 1095 weight. Doesn’t Nikon D7500 Digital Camera sound similar as far as Sony Cybershot DSC RX10 VI Price is concerned?