The Sony Computerized shot DSC-RX100 VI is a pocket-sized amazing powerhouse depicted by an essential line-up of stills and video limits. The RX100 VI isolates itself in the series through its long zoom, and a 24-200mm-indistinguishable ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* point of convergence covering wide-highlight fax focal lengths for more unmistakable shooting versatility. Getting the most from the invigorated point of convergence setup is the 1-inch 20.1MP Exmor RS CMOS sensor, close by a superior BIONZ X picture processor, for fast shooting execution to 24 fps, high repugnance for ISO 12800, and UHD 4K video recording. The sensor’s arrangement similarly gives a 315-point creamer AF structure for quick and exact focus execution and subject continuing in the two stills and video modes. A stacked arrangement and front-end LSI similarly add to invigorated action and overhauled picture quality.
To be sure, even with the planned 24-200mm, the construction component of the RX100 VI excess parts is nearly as negligible as could be anticipated, yet without relinquishing on value. Despite a spring-up 2.36m-bit OLED electronic viewfinder, a 3.0-inch 921.6k-spot LCD touchscreen can be used. The LCD show incorporates a moving arrangement to help work from high and depressed spots and its touch limit permits the usage of Touch Focus and Contact Screen capacities. The camera in like manner sports remote organization for sharing imagery to an associated PDA or for embedding region information from your wireless
Features of the Sony RX100 VI
- ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T * 24-200 mm F2.8 – F4.5 zoom lens
- The compact housing of the popular RX100 series
- The fastest autofocus (AF) in the world with 0.03 seconds
- 315 phase-detection AF points with 65% coverage of the image
- 1-inch 20.1 MP Stacked Exmor RS CMOS image sensor with DRAM chip and improved BIOZ X image processing processor with front-end LSI
- 24 fps continuous shooting with full AF/AE tracking
- Optical image stabilisation is equivalent to a 4-stop faster shutter speed
- 4K HDR movie recording without pixel loss, plus 4K HDR for a direct HDR workflow
1-inch 20.1MP Exmor RS CMOS sensor & BIONZ X image processor
The 20.1MP 1-inch Exmor RS CMOS sensor utilizes a high-level stacked structure with an incorporated Measure chip and can convey remarkable picture quality at up to ISO 12800 with inconceivably quick execution. This sensor is connected to a refreshed BIONZ X picture processor and front-end LSI, which decisively work on the speed and throughput of the whole imaging framework, empowering persistent shooting with AF/AE at up to 24 fps. Extended support makes persistent shooting workable for longer explodes, up to 233 JPEGs. The front-end LSI and upgraded sensor execution likewise further develop by large picture quality, particularly at higher awarenesses, by diminishing commotion and offering higher saw goal and variety definition.
ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-200mm lens
The coordinated ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* focal point offers a noteworthy 24-200mm comparable reach, permitting you to shoot in a large number of circumstances. The refreshed zoom range offers more prominent shooting flexibility while as yet holding a reduced structure factor because of the f/2.8-4.5 most extreme gap range. The optical plan consolidates eight aspherical components, including four high-level aspherical (AA) components, to significantly lessen variations and mutilations to accomplish high sharpness and precise delivery. A ZEISS T* hostile to intelligent covering has likewise been applied to smother reflections and brightness for further developed difference and variety devotion.
The adaptable reach is supplemented by four stop-powerful optical SteadyShot picture adjustments, which limits the presence of camera shake to suit hand-held shooting in low-light circumstances. Moreover, Clear Picture Zoom can likewise be utilized to additionally expand the powerful reach of zoom with almost no picture debasement.
Fast hybrid AF system with 315 phase-detection points
The RX100 VI is outfitted with an on-sensor stage identification AF framework that essentially further develops self-adjust speed for both photograph and video. The camera utilizes a crossover framework with 315 stage discovery focuses that cover roughly 65% of the casing alongside a differentiation recognition framework to give quick, exact centring in the scope of circumstances. The RX100 VI can lock onto subjects rapidly, in 0.03 seconds, and it can utilize AF following while taking shots at 24 fps.
To make activity consistent, a sped-up show framework offers diminished power outage for simpler following while utilizing either the EVF or LCD. Besides, an AF-A mode is accessible, which will permit the camera to naturally change from AF-S and AF-C modes as the need might arise.
UHD 4K video recording
The RX100 VI is fit for recording UHD 4K video at 30/24 fps and for creating motion pictures with uncommon clearness. By utilizing a full pixel readout without binning, the camera gathers around 1.7x the data required for a 4K result. This oversampling assists with expanding clearness while lessening the effect of moiré and edges. Quick Half breed AF is accessible during film going for guarantee precise, optimisation utilizing stage discovery AF focuses. The camera likewise offers Sony’s high-level XAVC S design for recording high piece rates up to 100 Mb/s. Notwithstanding high-goal interior recording, uncompressed HDMI yield likewise empowers the utilization of a discretionary outside recorder for clean 4K recording with 4:2:2 testing.
In the box
- Sony RX100 VI
- Rechargeable Li-Ion battery pack
- AC adapter
- Micro USB cable
- Wristband + adapter
|Type of battery||NP-BX1|
|Self-timer||2, 5 or 10 sec.|
|Screen diagonal (inch)||3.0|
|Display type||Tiltable with selfie mode|
|Near Field Communication (NFC)|
|Supported image formats||JPEG, RAW|
|Image processor||BIONZ X|
|Image File Format||JPEG & RAW|
|LENS & ZOOM|
|HDMI connector type||HDMI D (micro)|
|FPS in 4K||24|
|Video resolution||4K UHD|