Sony RX100 VI M6 Digital Cameras
Camera Resolution: Approx. 20.1 Megapixels
Viewfinder: 0.39-type electronic viewfinder (OLED), 2,359,296dots
Lens: ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24–200 mm F2.8–4.5 high-resolution zoom lens
Zoom: 8.0x optical zoom
Warranty: 1 Year
Dimensions: 4" x 2 3/8" x 1 11/16" (101.6 x 58.1 × 42.8 mm)
Quality is determined in the camera world by a camera size. Always a big sensor allows you to collect better light and allows you to progress the camera. Sony RX Series is an effort to design a big one-inch sensor in a camera fitting with the pocket. The Sony RX 100 series specifically compares the small body to the zoom lens, which has a broad focus length coverage to cater to your requirements. The Sony RX 100 VI in Australia has a sensor of 20.1mp and adds a new, 24-2000 mm lens, enhances the autofocus speed and stabilization of the optical imaging. The Sony RX100 VI autofocus extends 315 phase AF points to the picture and also has 25 different points to match the reality of the image. Sony RX100 VI focused on 0.03s is an impressive point.
The new lens of the RX100VI is made of 15 components in 12 groups. It includes 2 aspherical elements and 8 lens elements, including four advanced aspherical lenses, with extra-low dispersion. The increased focus should turn the RX100 VI into a highly reaching powerful tool. Of course, the 8x zoom means a slower opening compared to the RX100 V, which is why everyone wants the camera to pass through. Sony says the RX100 VI lens is equivalent to the 4.0 stop faster shutter speed and features the built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilization.
The new Fast Hybrid AF system from Sony RX100 VI promises the world's fastest AF acquisition time to achieve a 1 "sensor camera at 0.03 Sec, says Sony. The AF system consists of 315 autofocus phase detection points covering 65% of the frame and 24 fps of continuously. With complete AF / AE tracking and buffer rates up to 233 images, the 24fps burst rate is available. The model offers approximately 2x the RX100 V tracking efficiency, as well as touch focusing and touchpad center control that enables users to move fingers at ideal point points of focus for their choice. Sony says it has also improved its eye AF with the RX100 VI.
The Sony RX100 VI can record 4 K video, as you would expect in most high-quality cameras these days. However, it can record 4 K over the full sensor width and support a high dynamic range of 8-bit hybrid log gamma. S-Log3/S-Gamut3 is available too, with full HD mode, 120p image profile and proxy recording. Ultra-slow-motion videos at 1000, 500 or 250fps are also available.
The new XGA OLED XGA Tru-Finder EVF with ZEISS T* Coating is also available in the new Sony RX100 VI. This new EVF will retract from the RX100 VI body and will be enabled by an access button. In addition, the lag on display of the EVF RX100 VI is being decreased as compared with the RX100 V. The touch shutter functionality, which is also the first feature in the RX series, is being added by tapping on the LCD back screen. Also, there is a new zoom heel that can be rotated 180 degrees up or 90 degrees downward by means of customizable zoom speeds and an LCD. Interestingly, you can also turn off a camera's screen which according to Sony, boosts your number of images per charge by 30%.
Price and Availability
The gorgeously designed compact Sony RX 100 VI digital camera started landing on Australia stores somewhere back in July 2019 – that obviously means it’s available all over Australia and one can get their hands on one with immediate effects. As far as Sony RX 100 VI Price in Australia is concerned, it goes for AU$1684. Don’t forget to go through our list above stores offering RX 100 VI unmatched rates alongside deals and discounts to save a plethora of bucks.