Sony RX10 Mk IV at 14.2mm (39mm eq. Die beste Bridgekamera der Welt mit 1 Zoll Sensor im Test. Elevate your photography with Imaging Edge desktop applications. This Sony will save you the trouble of having to change lenses and settings all the time; once set, it just goes faster than most people can juggle a DSLR system to do the same thing âÂ and it has a much better shutter and flash system than any DSLR. at f/3.5 at 1/80 at Auto ISO 320, exactly as shot. Sony packs the RX10 IV with extraordinary large-aperture lenses, a state-of-the-art BIONZ X™ processor ensuring high resolution out to the images' edges, capability to shoot dazzling bokeh and steady close-ups and much more. at f/3.2 at 1/125 at Auto ISO 3,200, exactly as shot.) Cameras have come a long, long way over the years, and even this little 9x13mm sensor looks great at crazy-high ISOs. Sony has pulled out all the stops to give us a camera that honestly gives us a one-piece alternative to a DSLR and several zoom lenses in a much smaller package. All digital cameras do this today. Even in situations like wild animals or sports shooting where only a long shot is possible, with ultra-telephoto cover out to 600 mm, it's possible to record impressive super slow motion footage where subjects are captured in close-up. â Quiet leaf shutter and/or completely silent electronic shutter. We can set Auto ISO to use any ISO from 100 to 12,800 in full stops as minimum or maximum, and can set any full-stop shutter speed from 30 seconds to 1/32,000 as the minimum speed below which the RX10 4 starts increasing its ISO. Running River, Yosemite Falls. The LCD screen tilts up to 109 degrees and up to 41 degrees down so you don’t have to, when monitoring shots while you’re positioned at awkward shooting angles. Sony RX10 Mk III at 500mm equivalent (187mm actual), f/4 at 1/200 at Auto ISO 100. bigger. Award. It's a directional mic that varies its pickup angle as you zoom the lens. Everything else is plastic. Sony packs the RX10 IV with extraordinary large-aperture lenses, a state-of-the-art BIONZ X™ processor ensuring high resolution out to the images’ edges, capability to shoot dazzling bokeh and steady close-ups, and much more. It goes to sleep after a few minutes of disuse and retracts the lens automatically. It's critical with people pictures that the camera just nail it on the first try as the RX10 Mark IV does; I never have to try several exposure settings to get it to look this good. It's especially great for people who need an ultralong lens; if a 24-70mm is enough, the RX100Â MkÂ V is the same thing in a smaller package, but if you need 600mm for sports and nature, there's nothing like the RX10 IV or the older RX10 Mk III. 1,920 x 1,080: 1,000p, 960p, 500p, 480p, 250p, 240p, 59.94p, 50p, 29.97ps, 25p, 23.97p, 59.94i, 50i. 65% of the image area to provide widespread autofocus coverage of subjects that appear in the frame. I buy only from these approved sources. It's great people like you who allow me to keep adding to this site full-time. This new RX10 Mk IV has the same lens, resolution, ISO range, shutter systems, flash, electronic finder and image quality of the RX10 Mk III. bigger. The camera is smart enough to correct any lens distortion automatically, so you never see it either in the finder or in your photos. This lets the small flash compete well with the sun. Cards are not titled properly. (1,095g) with battery and card, 37.1 oz. Sony RX10 Mk III at 40mm equiv. (10.8mm actual), f/2.8 at 30 seconds at ISO 800. bigger. I'd have no problem using the RX10 in my studio for macro shots and just about everything I need to shoot. What looks like softness and noise in the bamboo is an accurate rendering of the texture on the wall, not an artifact of the RX10 IV. Of course it gets softer at high ISOs; noise reduction in all cameras dulls the image more at higher ISOs as it reduces noise. While AF does a marvelous job of tracking subjects coming towards you, you can't change the zoom setting while shooting a series of frames. Here's a 9-year-old's eyeball from several feet away. At shot as JPG, the RX10 Mk IV has no visible distortion at any setting: Front Door, 05 April 2018. They are sharp and colorful, meaning that for any real photography you can use ISO 12,800 if you need to; it's a real, usable ISO that gives usable images. It's at least as free from distortion as construction is straight; buildings are never perfect, either. â About double the clip length in the super slo-mo (high frame-rate) modes. 1.0x magnification at 70mm equivalent setting, measured. I recommend them all personally. bigger or camera-original Â© file to explore on your computer (mobile devices rarely display the full resolution data properly). The difference is all in the lens, which defines the size and weight of each camera, as well as the construction mostly of plastic or metal. This lets you capture moments instantly without a half-press focus sequence. The large apertures give the softest possible backgrounds. With the camera on continuous focus, centre focus, shutter speed circa 1/1000 and on 600mm, the image can disappear, showing only clouds. Click any for the same camera-original Â© files as above to explore on your computer (mobile devices rarely show the full resolution files properly): These are 600 × 450 pixel crops that vary in size to fit your browser window. All the shots throughout this review are from Normal JPGs, not raw files and not Fine JPGs: Hot air balloon, from two miles away!