Sony has reported a follow-up to its small rugged camera from 2017, the RX0, and it’s similarly as intense and convenient. The RX0 II has a 15.3-megapixel sensor and a Zeiss Tessar T 24mm F4 fixed wide-angle lens with a 20-cm least focus distance for picturesque shots. It’s fundamentally the same as in size to its ancestor, with a 2.3in x 1.59in x 1.38in body that weighs only 132 grams. In any case, it’s significantly more selfie-accommodating, because of a movable LCD screen that can flip 180 degrees upward and 90 degrees down.
You can even utilize the screen submerged in water: the gadget is waterproof up to 33 feet, is extreme enough to endure being pulverized with 400 pounds of power and can withstand the effect of a drop up to 6.5 feet.
That selfie-friendly screen is reinforced by Sony’s Eye AF that locks onto the eyes of the subject, just as Soft Skin Effect that can cover minor flaws.
The RX0 II bolsters interior 4K 30p recording and can balance out your recording notwithstanding when in handheld mode. On the off chance that you need to balance out the video significantly further – and those powerless to motion sickness will probably thank you for this – you can run it through its accompanying Movie Edit add-on application on a telephone or a tablet.
It likewise includes a Super Slow Motion mode that shoots recordings at 1,000 fps and has a persistent shooting mode for time lapse videos.
Since the gadget is small and could make handheld shooting somewhat extreme, Sony has presented an optional shooting grasp with coordinated controls. The gadget accompanies a mic jack, too, so you can connect an outside mouthpiece if necessary for video blogs and accounts that need fresh and clear sound. Furthermore, in case you’re taking a shot at a venture that requires various cameras, Sony’s Imaging Edge Mobile application will enable you to control up to five RX0 II cameras without a moment’s delay. The new action cam will begin dispatching in April 2019 and will be accessible at different North American retailers for US$700 and CA$900.
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