Sony has a compact camera with surprised last year with a full-frame sensor and now brings the successor to a similar amount. The Sony RX1R has once again a full-frame sensor with 24.3 megapixel resolution and light sensitivity up to ISO 102,400. Unfiltered light can reach thanks to the elimination of the low-pass filter in the camera and provide even better images.
So the display is set to the new TRILUMINOS technology that we know Bravia TVs. The objective remains the same as in the previous RX1 and is the Carl Zeiss 35mm F2 prime lens. The Sony DSC-RX1 is still available but the Sony DSC-RX1R will be available for 3,099 Euros MSRP in August.
Who needs a bit more extensive, and will make less money loose, can engage II for Sony DSC-RX100. Here you get WiFi, NFC and an integrated folding display. 20.2 MP sensor and a 3.6x optical zoom with 28 to 100 millimeters. The Lichtempfingdlichkeit is twice as high as its predecessor, because it is a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T * lens with F 1.8 used. Integrated are also equal to 13 image effects and also Full HD 50p/60p videos can be recorded in MP4 format with AVCHD.
Here, too, but you have to be patient until August and then 749 euro keep ready for a Sony RX100 II optical viewfinder you can look but for 449 euros now under the name FDA EV1MK buy it. These are still a filter adapter VF A49R1, Slip Grip AG-R1B and a leather case LCJ-RXCB appear to still unknown prices fall.