MirrorLessons published the Sony RX100 IV review and said Sony RX100 IV is the most powerful compact camera ever. Several days ago, Sony RX100 IV camera was reviewed by DPReview and got 85% Gold Award From the experts at DPReview.
The RX100 mark IV is very close to perfection. It offers so much in such a tiny little body that it is almost overwhelming. The image quality for stills hasn’t improved but is still the best in its category. The 4K footage is excellent but suffers from rolling shutter, while HFR/Slow motion is without a doubt the most interesting feature out of all the new additions. Add to this the improvements made to Continuous AF, Continous shooting and the buffer capabilities, and the RX100 IV becomes a winner in almost any situation.
The RX100 IV continues the line’s tradition of packing as much image and video quality into as small a package as possible. The RX100 IV is also an incredibly responsive camera; fast and ready to churn out high quality images and video with tools designed to help you achieve your vision. The new stacked sensor in the RX100 IV allows for a number of benefits: it supports the ability to read out the image sensor faster, which itself enables faster shooting modes with AF due to the fully electronic (silent) shutter. Faster readout and buffering also enables 4K video, high frame rate movies, and generally more advanced AF. An impressive, bright lens and an upgraded EVF round-out the package and make this the most capable camera of its kind.
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