Sony provides RX100 RX10 II and IV of stacked sensor dram




Sony has announced two new Cyber-shot cameras: compact IV and RX100 and RX10 II with 24-200mm f / 2.8 lens. Both models include a 20-megapixel Exmor RS stacked sensor that is coupled with DRAM memory.

The RX100 IV is 20.1-megapixel camera and includes a Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T 24-70mm f / 1.8-f / 2.8 lens, while the 20.2-megapixel RX10 II with its Vario-Sonnar T 24-200mm f /2.8-objectief has a larger zoom range. The housings of the cameras have not changed compared to the previous generation.

This is according to Sony’s first camera with CMOS chip with stacked DRAM memory. The combination provides the manufacturer for a number of benefits. So the camera would image data five times faster reading compared with the previous-generation RX100- and RX10. In addition, the stacked sensor with dram 40x recordings of slow-motion video on 1000fps possible, when using a 10-sdxc class memory card. Users with slow motion footage the opportunity to choose from 1000fps, 500FPS and 250fps and 50p and 25p playback formats

The sensor further anti-distortion shutter functionality at a maximum speed of 1/32000 second possible, which should minimize the rolling shutter effect. The RX100 IV can shoot images continuously at 16fps, with the RX10 II is 14fps. Both cameras can record video at a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels at 100Mbit / s, which utilizes the xavc-s-video format.

The cameras are available in summer. The RX100 IV gets a advieprijs of 1150 euros RX10 II should go for 1,600 euros by hand.


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