Sony DSCRX10M2 Digital Compact Bridge Camera (Large 1 inch Sensor, Lens, up to 40x Super Slow Motion and 4K Recording, Tiltable LCD Screen) – Black

July 17, 2018 - Comment

Product Features High precision Internal 4K recording with jaggy-free crisp image 40x smooth highly slow movie with 1000fps high speed recording Professional video shooting capability (picture profile menu, S-log2/S-Gamut, PL/NT switchable) Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens 24-240 mm/F2.8 1/32000 second anti-distortion ultra-fast shutter for fast moving subject Find More Sony Equipment Sony Alpha 7 IV |

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Product Features

  • High precision Internal 4K recording with jaggy-free crisp image
  • 40x smooth highly slow movie with 1000fps high speed recording
  • Professional video shooting capability (picture profile menu, S-log2/S-Gamut, PL/NT switchable)
  • Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens 24-240 mm/F2.8
  • 1/32000 second anti-distortion ultra-fast shutter for fast moving subject

Comments

richie666 says:

decent for video It’s a decent camera I only use it for video It was cheap it has Slog and built in ND filters records at broadcast rates which makes it even more usefulif you can’t afford a real video system then this is a good alternative. Decent lens with 2.8 through the range (though it’s a one inch sensor so bokeh is not very good) it can be used in a variety of situations except low light. all in all for the £799 I paid it has proved it’s usefulness.

Andrew Lyons says:

A worthy offspring of the Sony R1 A few years ago I owned a Sony R1. It was a great all in 1 camera and became my photography tool of choice. I’ve looked back at the pictures and they still look good to me.The Sony RX10 range clearly comes from the same DNA, so I had to have one!Its a fabulous camera that produces great results. The focal range works for me as well as the constant f2.8 aperture. The lens is a cracker. Battery life could be better and the shutter feel is a bit lacking. However, the…

The Geezer says:

Good, not perfect I bought the rx10 ii for the upgraded video. You must have read the hype, the stacked sensor with memory on the chip giving much faster processing. So this allows for very high frame rates for slow motion playback, what they dont tell you is that this is for 2-4 second bursts only and to shoot a slowmo means having to switch the top dial to high frame rate mode, selecting the center button on the rear dial to put the camera into buffering mode to prepare to shoot, waiting for the buffer to fill…

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