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Sony RX100 IV vs. Fuji X100T

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Fujifilm X100T 1We have brought a comparison of two magnificent cameras Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV and Fujifilm X100T to you and also to provide you sufficient details of them. Through the help of this table you could find the real differences between their specifications that really assist you to choose the better camera for you.

Major Difference

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Fujifilm X100T Specification Comparison Table.

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Megapixel- one camera’s sounds good in case of resolution and one camera in terms of sensor size and it seems that both the two cameras will deliver same standard of images. However since the X100T has X- Trans sensor will produce more cleaner images with better color and contrast due to the presence of bigger photo diodes inside it and both the two will deliver sharp images.

Low pass filter- Fujifilm X100T isn’t made up with low pass filter that benefits the camera to capture solid details to the images and produce a bit sharper images than Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV that used low pass filter and camera will be not entitled with details images.

Optical zoom- Sony RX100 IV will provide a good option to zoom your camera up, using which you can magnify the subjects and you could see the subjects appear bigger than its normal Size whereas you can’t have the options of magnifying by using Fujifilm X100T that’s been packed with a fixed lens.

Image stabilization- The optical steady image stabilization engineered inside the Sony RX100 IV to reduce the effect of camera shake and during the work in dim light conditions and due to help of which a photographer can take smoother videos and blur-free images on the other hand the camera Fujifilm X100T doesn’t use OIS.

AF system- The AF system of Fujifilm X100T is designed carefully that used both the detection mode (contrast + phase) and the innovative 49 AF points to give you a quick response in acquiring accurate focus in wide variety of shootings but the AF system of Sony RX100 IV is based on contrast detect system and not well enough to acquire focus quickly as compared to X100T.

ISO- If you are shooting in such a place where enough light is available then the higher ISO of Fujifilm X100T which you can increase upto 51200 to get a correct exposure.  Increasing the ISO will also allow you to take a faster shot at the same F-Stop that is the advantages you will get while shooting in low light situations but on the other hand you could allow to increase the highest ISO only upto 12800 using Sony RX100 IV.

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Shooting speed- 16 fps of Sony RX100 IV will be a brave enough to capture actions of the subjects even if the action is moving rapidly and however, the Fujifilm X100T has only 6fps shooting speed.

Video-  Sony RX100 IV  got a fabulous video quality in which short 4K clips of up to five minutes can be recorded conveniently with minimum moiré and visual aliasing. The slow motion clips are recorded at 960 fps, 480 fps or 240 fps and can then be played back at 1920 x 1080, in 60p, 30p, or 24p when the camera is set to NTSC.

Battery life- Fifty more shots we could take by using the X100T cause the battery is better than that of the Sony RX100 IV.

Wireless- Wi-Fi is also available with NFC in Sony rx100 IV for photo and video sharing.

High ISO Test Between Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Fujifilm X100T

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Verdicts- If you want to keep your camera all the time with you than Sony RX100 IV is ultra compact and  due to its smaller size you could easily carry it in your pocket for your photography.

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