Sony RX100 VI adds 8x zoom, HLG HDR to its 1-inch compact line
The refresh to the RX100 arrangement includes a Hybrid log gamma profile for HDR catch and broadens the focal point from 24-70mm to 24-200mm for more universally useful adaptability.
Sony’s for some time had a long-zoom camera for the SLR-style devotee, the RX10 IV, however its propelled minimal line has had an under 3x zoom focal point since the RX100 II showed up in 2014. With the RX100 VI, Sony ups that focal point to a 8x, 24-200mm-equal with a sensibly quick opening scope of f2.8-4.5, making it more adaptable travel and ordinary camera. It additionally includes a Hybrid Log Gamma Picture Profile to empower HDR-perfect 4K UHD catch.
It fits the focal point in without essentially expanding the size, as well, including just a small amount of an inch/a few millimeters to the tallness and profundity. The new model likewise picks up a Bluetooth association. Something else, it’s practically the same as its antecedent, the RX100 V.
At $1,200 (£1,150; specifically changed over, about AU$1,575), it’s most likely not for some easygoing explorers. For example, the Panasonic Lumix ZS200 additionally has a 1-inch sensor, and keeping in mind that the specs are less great – 6fps ceaseless shooting contrasted and Sony’s 24fps, for one- – its slower yet longer 15x 24-360mm f3.3-6.4 for $800 may offer more attractions for the cash.
Be that as it may, the RX100 arrangement has by and large been a class pioneer, so you should seriously mull over it worth the premium.
it’s slated to send in July.