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Sony’s RX100 VI Takes the Photography World by Storm

Image result for Sony's RX100 VI Takes the Photography World by StormWhether you’re a professional photographer or not, you’ve probably been searching for a camera that can take high-resolution photos as well as videos. Of course, you may have also imagined that your photography journey would be better if such a camera fit in your pocket. If these are your wishes, then Sony seems to have been thoughtful enough, thanks to its newly released RX100 VI, the latest addition to the company’s Cyber-Shot lineup. This exceptional gadget boasts a 24-200mm zoom lens and is packed with a 20.1-megapixel sensor (Exmor RS CMOS); hence, it is able to process high quality images faster.

Featuring a sensor integrated with BIONZ X (an upgraded processor), RX100 VI makes it possible for you to capture photos fast. Additionally, the sensor has Advanced Eye AF and 315 phase detection points to allow for accurate motion tracking, as well as faster image shooting. According to the company (Sony), this camera’s AF sensor is the fastest (clocks in at just 0.03 seconds).

In the Sony’s Cyber-Shot series, RX100 is the first camera model to be produced with a touchscreen display for touch shutter and focus. You can tilt the display upwards or downwards up to 180 or 90 degrees respectively. This tilt range allows for better flexibility during image and video shooting. With Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NCF functionalities, this product from Sony is obviously a must-have for any photographer.

The RX100 is not just good at producing high quality photos; it is also blessed with unrivalled video capabilities. With its HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) technology, the camera is able to capture 4K HDR. This technology features S-Logs3 and S-Gamut, making it possible to capture wider ranges of color and brightness for better post-production creativity. If you need a super slow motion video, this camera can capture just that thanks to its Fast Hybrid AF, the motion tracking sensor.