Finally Sony announced Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 II camera with stacked 20MP sensor for 4K video recording up to 29 minutes. Due to the use of the latest DRAM chip, the readout speed will be increased.
The specification of the lens and its body design is similar to its predecessor DSC-RX10 including built-in, Carl Zeiss branded lens of 35mm focal length range of 24-200mm equivalent F2.8 lens.
The camera also includes the latest feature of a 40x super slow motion video mode at 960fps, an Anti-Distortion Shutter mode up to 1/32,000sec and a new 2.35 million dot XGA OLED viewfinder. The Continuous shooting is increased to 14 fps. It has the similar Wi-Fi and NFC in –built as in its predecessor RX10.
Both the models RX10 II and the latest Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV feature ‘Stacked CMOS’ design which is the next generation of CMOS technology, and hence Sony renamed it “Exmor RS”.
The stacked CMOS technology is superior to the conventional BSI and the older front side illuminated technology because the stacked CMOS maximize the proportion of each light sensitive pixel by separating the photosensitive regions and the supporting circuitry into different layers.
The tiny sensor of 1” which is suitable for smartphones showed its best performance when fitted in the stacked CMOS technology.
The latest Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 II will be available at the cost of $1300 in July, 2015.
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