Sunday, August 25, 2013

New Sony Cyber-Shot RX1 Full-Frame Sensor And Compact System Camera

Sony Cyber-Shot RX1X Compact System Camera
Sony surprised everyone last year with two real compact camera highlights. As the successor to its predecessor, the RX100, Cyber-Shot RX1 supported with full-frame compact and relies fully on the high-end trend. In addition to the highly successful Cyber-shot RX100 Sony's engineers showed the RX1 and the built-in full-frame sensor, which is currently technically possible. Now it is time for the next generation. The RX100 boasts the latest technology. For the RX1 Sony promises even sharper images than the predecessor.

Instead of the previous Sony Exmor sensor is in the RX100 on a new 20.2-megapixel "Exmor R" sensor with a backside exposure. In this way the sensor is able to use the incoming light efficiently. The signals must be amplified less, which should lead to lower noise. Upon further features Sony has focus on the needs and feedback on the photographer and as the 3.0 inch display extended by a hinge folding mechanism for flexible applications.
Sony Cyber-Shot RX1X Lens And Shooter Buttons
As the objective of the RX100 very bright Carl Zeiss lens with 3.6x optical zoom and a maximum aperture vonf1, 8 remains. Ambitious photographers can look forward ubehörschuh also has a "M ulti interface"-Z, which enables an extension of the camera with Sony accessories. Thanks to built-in Wi-Fi module and NFC technology (Near Field Communication), the RX100 now send their photos also Wi-Fi enabled devices.

For around $2,800, the RX1 is without question the most exotic of the compact models. Heart of the camera is a great full-frame sensor as it comes, only that he is also used in professional DSLRs in the RX1 in a very compact housing. New in this case that Sony dispense with the optical low-pass filter to strengthen the image sharpness. For high-quality images can be found in the RX1 continue the 35-millimeter lens