RX10 III is the successor camera of RX10 II, which was recently announced by Sony and the camera that offers an extended zooming capability of 25X, lets anything appear gigantic. However, RX10 III is an updated and the replacement camera of older Sony RX10 II.
Before this RX10 III announcement, photographers were eagerly searching the new features that Sony was going to implement into the successor camera. Now, camera has been announced but still a lot of people or photographers are there who are much keen on knowing the answer what new’ Inside Sony RX10 III compared to its previous Sony RX10 camera?
Let us show you what exactly new in RX10 iii model?
New lens- Yes, the lens is completely new and unmatched from its previous RX10 II. Sony uses New Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 24-600mm Lens inside RX10 III model that features maximum aperture of F2.4 – F4 to produce an exceptional quality of images throughout the entire zoom range and Sony puts complete innovative way to make this lens much essential as well as effective in any condition of shooting. Within the aperture unit a group of nine blades that are incorporated to create a near perfect circle in the F2.4 – F11 range, so that the users can get a nice and creamy bokeh. Furthermore, this Zeiss Vario-Sonnar also features eight ED glass elements including one super ED glass element, five ED glass elements and two ED aspherical lenses, ensuring high quality and ultra sharp images with reducing chromatic aberration. Plus, this new lens of RX10 iii has built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, helps you achieve blurfree images by suppressing the appearance of camera shake problems.
S-Log2 gamma- By the way, its previous model Sony RX10 II does also offer the advantages of 4K (QFHD 3840×2160) movie recording but the additional video features like S-Log2 gamma is absent in this model. Well, S-Log2 gamma is a new feature included into the design of Sony RX10 III along with 4K video that escalates the probability of getting the wide dynamic range of the videos and moreover the RX10 III also has ‘Gamma Display Assist’, which is useful to give you the correct preview while shooting using S-Log2 gamma. Other than S-Log2 gamma the camera also has Picture Profile, Time Code and more, input for external microphone and output for headphone monitoring.
After all you can check here that all the specifications of these two cameras (Sony RX10 III and Sony RX10 II) are much resembles with each other