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Unveiled the Sony RX100 II, new sensor, articulated display, WI-Fi and NFC

The RX100 and the compact more interesting that I have ever had the pleasure to try in a body very lean and solid combines a sensor a generous size, a Zeiss bright and of very good quality, manual controls and advanced features in my video review I could only commend his the amazing abilities but apparently Sony wanted to improve its prosumer compact for excellence, and are now officially presented both the RX1R, whose difference from the RX1 is only the absence of anti-aliasing filter on full-frame sensor, and the RX100 II, which represents an important step having than the previous RX100.

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As far as the appearance is virtually unchanged and also the name suggests a minimal upgrade, the Sony RX100 II brings a number of important improvements in so many aspects, part of the sensor, a renewed Exmor CMOS-R backlit 20.2 MP, which promises an Improvement of image quality with low light of about 40 %. The objective, however, does not undergo any variation, always good Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T * equiv 28-100mm with an aperture of f/1.8 -4.9 and macro capabilities.

 

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Among the new features of relief should be mentioned without a doubt the inclusion of Wi-Fi , great to quickly check their shots, and even the module NFC, available for the first time on a Sony camera, thanks to the latter just a simple touch to share pictures with your smartphone, and other devices equipped with this technology, The RX100 II continues not to have the viewfinder integrated but the slide "Multi Interface Shoe" allows the use of new external devices, such as the pendant, microphone or viewfinder: The lack of the eyepiece is mitigated, however by the new Xtra Fine LCD WhiteMagic by 3" and 1,229,000 points, which improves the quality thanks to the technology TRILUMINOS Color, already present on the monitors BRAVIA, and the possibility of inclination of 84° upward and 45° downward, By this way, the use becomes much easier and allows you to get shots more originals and arrange the screen in an optimum manner with respect to the light sources.

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