Don’t you feel we need to be more careful in choosing camera? Generally, we invest our cash in selecting such a camera which we didn’t desire of. Later we seek more than countable problems regarding this camera.
So, by keeping your problems in our mind we decided to help you in choosing better camera for you that don’t trouble you again and again. Let’s see the major difference between the two cameras Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV and Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II because tossing the size of the two cameras up is the right way get you rid of your confusions.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II Specification Comparison Table.
Megapixel and sensor size- Both the two cameras implemented with different resolution and different sensor where Sony RX100 IV uses 20 mp resolution but sensor is not good as Canon G1 X Mark II which uses bigger 1.5 inch sensor allows more light to get captured and because it trades large photo (simple forumal – less res means large photosites) diode as a result of which camera will provided better sharpness images as compared to Sony RX100 IV.
Aperture – Sony RX100 IV adorned with big aperture to provide you a perfect shots with mind pleasing Bokeh . TheSony RX100 IV features a large aperture F1.8-2.8 ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T lens with 24-70mm zoom (35mm equivalent) and also allows to pass large amount of light onto the sensor that makes you more independent to use you highest shutter speed inside the camera. But Canon G1 X Mark II is built up with smaller aperture and bulky lens due to large sensor.
Image Stabilization- The optical hybrid image stabilizer implemented into the design of Canon G1 X Mark II to help you to achieve blur free images that sometimes occurred due to unwanted camera shaking and will fit to work with longer shutter speeds and greater focal lengths.
Optical zoom- The built in 5X optical zoom in Canon G1 X Mark II provides a 35mm-equivalent focal length range of 24-120mm, covering wide-angle to telephoto length of view. The 5X zoom will allow you to magnify the subjects upto 5 times whereas you can zoom only upto 2.9 times only by using Sony RX100 IV.
AF system- The distinctive 31 points AF of Canon G1 X Mark II to provide you rich and accurate focus within quick time and the other benefits of this camera is One-point and Touch AF functions are also supported but on the other hand you have only 25 AF points within Sony RX100 IV.
Shooting speed- The shooting speed of Sony RX100 IV is 16fps that makes it obvious that not even a single action will be left to capture by the camera and and sharp images will be in your memory card but Canon G1 X Mark II uses poor shooting speed that is 5fps only.
Video- Sony RX100 IV may be of pocket size but with a enormous specialities in video that can let you to record 4k clips for 5 minutes. High quality 4k is also achievable by the 1″ Exmor RS CMOS sensor with full pixel readout without line skipping or pixel binning.
Dispaly- A large 3.0″ 1,040k-dot, 3:2 aspect ratio capacitive touchscreen LCD for live view monitoring incorporated in the rear side of Canon G1 X Mark II. The screen features a tilting design-180° upward and 45° downward-to better facilitate working from high and low angles.
Battery life- Sony RX100 IV has well battery backup that will be alive upto 280 shots.
Wireless- The WiFi with NFC inbuilt within Canon G1 X Mark II makes easy sharing and transfer of images and videos
High ISO Test Between Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 IV vs. Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II
Verdicts- Canon G1X Mark II does have smaller sensor but producing more details as you can see in the image above, however the RX100 M4 is a ultra compact slime camera, buy RX100 M4 if you want to put your camera in your tight jeans.