Sony’s RX100 series cameras have been the most classic and familiar series when it comes to digital cameras. These days Sony finally came up with the latest RX100 VI after nearly two years when the previous model born with surprising performance.
The new camera enables the new equivalent 24-200mm large zoom ratio lens, compared to the previous 24-70mm, which may turn out to be the biggest change. It reaches the ultimate, as it does, for the coordination of small size and large zoom lens. Here, let’s take a good look at this sixth generation RX100 camera.
Sony created the Sony RX high-end cameras in 2012; meanwhile, the DSC-RX100, no doubt the most well-known, was designated one of 25 best inventions of 2012 by Time . The new updated RX100 has brought fresh surprises to us since its release seven years ago. The most amazing change it brings us is a wider reach with high zoom and faster focus, in such a remarkably compact body. Take advantage of 24-200mm telephoto zoom to extend your reach, which has never been achieved before this. As a result, the telephoto capability of the new camera has also been greatly improved.
RX100 VI, as Sony’s new flagship, still has excellent performance in terms of shutter speed. It offers the ability to shoot at 24 frames per second and up to 233 continuous shots, which means that the recording of high-speed instant subjects can be better to achieve.
In addition to improvements in its performance, Sony RX100 VI is more friendly in operation. As you know, it becomes the first RX100 series camera to offer a touchscreen which makes it more convenient for focus selection.
If you plan to purchase the RX100 VI, you should learn about the useful Sony video converter tool. Because the output format of Sony camcorder is AVCHD, which is not accepted by most players or editors, you are recommended to convert AVCHD video to MP4/ MOV or any other popular and more acceptable format at first. Converting AVCHD to MPEG is also highly recommended.