Sony's new Cyber Shot RX100 Mark V can shoot 1000fps video

11:53:00 PM Dick Wyn Yong 0 Comments

Today, Sony is updating their ever popular compact camera to version 5. The Cyber Shot RX100 Mark V looks a lot like it's predecessor and it still comes with the same 1-inch BSI sensor that is capable of shooting 4K video but Sony is focusing on the new phase detection autofocus system that is similar to ones found on high end DSLR cameras.

Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 Mark IV Key Specifications

— 21MP 1-inch BSI CMOS sensor
— 3-inch 1.28m dots touchscreen
— BIONZ X processor
— 80-25,600 ISO
— 24-70mm f1.8-2.8 lens
— 24fps burst shot
— 100% viewfinder coverage (0.59x)
— 1/32000 maximum shutter
— 1,240mAh battery
— SD slot
— 102 x 58 x 41mm
— 299g (body only)

Building upon the 4K video that Sony introduced with last year's RX100 Mark IV, the Mark V now adds S-Log2 picture profiles for better control over color accuracy. In addition to all of that, the new RX100 Mark V also comes with a new processor which enables it to continuous shoot 24 frames per second even in RAW and there is also the option to shoot video upto 1,000 fps.

Sony will begin selling the Cyber Shot RX100 Mark V beginning November 2016 for €1,200 / US$ 1,000 (~MYR 4,100).