Sony’s Latest Pocket Friendly Camera RX100M2

One of the most innovative camera manufacturers on the planet is Sony. And, it is aiming to update the gadget with latest technology. Recently Sony came up with its DSC-RX100M2, which is known as RX100 Mark II. This model is similar to the RX100, which is not only pocket friendly but also have a new features which is designed to make the camera equally palatable for pros and amateurs alike.

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The gadget has one-inch, 20.9-megapixel CMOS sensor, which gives the RX100 extraordinary low-light capabilities. The RX100M2 also comes with a bright f/1.8 Carl Zeiss lens, which help with the low-light capabilities. The camera’s new multi interface lets the user to add flashes and viewfinders.

The device comes with Wi-Fi and NFC to pair up the camera and Smartphone. Sony’s new technology to integrate Wi-Fi with camera is amazing. The camera has a 3-inch articulating LCD on the rear, can shoot 1080p video at a film-friendly 24 frames per second, and should shoot stills at least as well as its predecessor.

Sony has took steps to line up the RX100 but not to replace it. The RX1R’s only difference is that it comes without an optical low-pass filter, which is typically used for avoiding moiré in photos; without the filter, one can get the full 24.3 megapixels out of each shot.

The latest RX100M2 will be in market by July for $750.

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