Sony released a rugged RX0 action camera two years ago, and today it is announcing the successor model RX0 II. Sony's new GoPro competitor is immediately noticeable because it has a 180-degree flip display. You can provide a video-logging and action-shooting game for those who want a small camera that can fit in your pocket, but still shoot high-quality blogs.
Action cameras are expensive at a price of $ 700. But looking at the spec, the RX0 II sounds like it's worth it.
First of all, the RX0 II is durable to the point where it is hardly destroyed. It has waterproof function, excellent waterproof function and excellent vibration proof function. tolerance. There is a 1.0 inch stacked 15.3 megapixel CMOS sensor combined with Sony's BIONZ X image processor, which is used to increase color reproduction and maintain 16 frames per second for still photography. This is an action camera that you can actually rely on for quick photos.
The action camera has a lifetime by the lens and the RX0 II's Zeiss Tessar T 24mm F4.0 Wide-angle glass is solid. The minimum focal length is as short as 20cm and can be used for self-portrait or tabletop photography. If you are a night shooter, the ISO range is 80-12800, so you can shoot your video blog with a shimmering scenario on paper. You really have to see for yourself how loud the steel and video are.
With regard to video, the RX0 II is capable of shooting 4K video at 30 fps and includes a microphone jack and provides electronic stabilization in the body, which can also be used in handheld mode. Slow Motion Cameraman is pleased to include Sony's 1,000fps recording mode with uncompressed 4K HDMI output. The RX0 II also supports S-Log2 to increase post-processing flexibility.
If you need to operate more than one RX0 II camera at a time, Sony can easily control up to 50 cameras (scheduled for this summer) wirelessly with five in the imaging edge mobile application and an access point. Up to 100 camera control boxes can be set. It's an expensive action camera.
Sony's new RX0 II will be available in April and will be available from authorized retailers throughout North America for $ 700 (US) or $ 900 (US).