Canon G1X Mark III vs Sony RX10 IV – After looking at the stellar specs of Sony RX10 IV we could confidently say that this is the camera that can do everything! Well this is not exaggerating…Almost true. Sony RX10 IV costs you more than Canon G1X Mark III but gives you astounding level of specs inside, such as 315 AF points, faster shutter speed
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Sony RX10 IV vs Sony RX10 III – The table below shows more than a couple of differences such as the RX10 IV has staggering 315 AF points, 24 fps burst rate etc. On the other hand, RX10 iii is the predecessor which also comes with same resolution as of RX10 IV and sensor as well. Better to go in detail comparison to know more of these two
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Look at the table where Sony RX10 IV is comfortably edging out Canon G1X Mark II in every single aspect! Firstly, it has very sharp AF system with distinctive 315 AF points, 24 FPS and blazing fast 1/32000 sec shutter speeds.
Have a look at the specification comparison of these two cameras:
Features / Models Sony RX100 IV Canon G1X Mark II Megapixel 20 megapixels 12.8
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Are you seeing any huge difference in the major specs of these two cameras? No! Isn’t it? Well, you can see from the table that these two Sony cameras are looking twins since both have nearly equal number of effective pixels, same AF system inside the core etc.
Well, let us explain the working function of the two cameras!
Features / Models Sony RX10 IV Sony
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Sony finally announced Sony RX10 IV camera today, the camera features newly develope Stacked CMOS sensor with built in DRAM chips. the newly developed sensor is combined with world most fast image processor BionZ X which is currently being used by Sony A9 and other flagship mirrorless camera.
with the help of new sensor and advanced image processor the Sony RX10 IV is capable to shoot 24
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