https://www.clicktechtips.com/2016/04/sony-launch-cyber-shot-rx10-iii-extra-zoom-may-2016/ - The proposed launch of Sony Cyber Shot RX 10 III in May 2016 will feature 25X optical zoom aimed at professional photographers. The previous models RX 10 and RX 10 II had a comparative zoom of only 8.33X.
The proposed launch of Sony Cyber Shot RX 10 III in May 2016 will feature 25X
optical zoom aimed at professional photographers. The previous models RX 10 and RX
10 II had a comparative zoom of only 8.33X.
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With the launch of RX10 III Sony will hope to fill the gap between amateur and
professional camera equipment. In the coming months, the market response will show
if this attempt was successful.
The camera continues with its slew of click friendly features that was part of both the
first and second model in this series. Standard features include 20.1 megapixels, 1 inch
CMOS sensor that is supported by heavy duty Bionz X image processor from Sony.
There is a DRAM chip behind the CMOS sensor which allows quick processing of
image data, which again runs in megapixels, allowing capture of high quality, super
definition images. All this without waiting for the camera to store the image before
second picture is taken.
The ISO range of camera is 64-12800. The frame rate ranges from 14fps in burst mode
and 240fps, 480fps, 960fps in normal mode. The high frame rate together with high ISO
range makes it possible to shoot a sequence in super slow motion.
The zoom range of camera is from 24mm to 600mm. When the zoom lense is in a folded
position it looks quite compact but when it is extended to its maximum length at
600mm, it looks massive. The “zoom assist” feature will help you to find your subject
in wide frame mode and return back to its full zoom once you release the assist button.
The camera can also shoot video in super HD format with its 4k video recording
support. This is done by capturing image frames at 17MP with 6k resolution which is
later compressed and snipped to 4k resolution. The CMOS sensor of this camera uses a
stacked architecture, as against non-stacked architecture in previous models, taking its
performance to such high levels. This architecture has improved the performance of this
camera by as much as 5 times as non-stacked CMOS.
The control layout is the same as in previous models, but it has better grip than previous
models. The electronic view finder features a massive resolution at 1024X768 pixels,
containing 2.35 million dots. The built in flash will pop well above the zoom axis,
making it possible to shoot red-eye free photos. You can take as many 420 shots when
the supplied lithium-ion battery is fully charged.
The camera is dust and water resistant. You can connect it with other devices using Wi-
Fi and NFC. The Wi-Fi feature will allow you to flawlessly upload your pictures to
backup storage or share it with the world. The zoom takes 4 seconds to expand to full
length from its compact closed form.
This is good camera to hold, for both the amateur shutterbug and as second camera for
professionals. The DSLR users might prefer this camera when they are out on pleasure
trip and wouldn’t want a bag full of interchangeable lenses with them.