Sony RX100VA 20.1 MP Digital Camera with 3″ OLED, Black

September 27, 2018 - Comment

Introducing a new level of AF performance and speed to today’s compact camera market. The RX100 V boasts the world’s fastest AF speed (0.05 sec.), world’s fastest continuous shooting speed (24Fps) with world’s most AF points 315 for a compact camera Product Features World’s Fastest1 (0.05 sec.) Hybrid AF system (contrast + phase) World’s Most

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Introducing a new level of AF performance and speed to today’s compact camera market. The RX100 V boasts the world’s fastest AF speed (0.05 sec.), world’s fastest continuous shooting speed (24Fps) with world’s most AF points 315 for a compact camera

Product Features

  • World’s Fastest1 (0.05 sec.) Hybrid AF system (contrast + phase)
  • World’s Most – 315 phase detection – AF points on a compact camera
  • World’s fastest continuous shooting speed1 at 24fps3 w/ AF/AE tracking
  • 20.1MP 1″ Exmor RS stacked back Illuminated CMOS sensor w/ DRAM
  • In-the-box: Rechargeable battery pack NPBX1; AC Adapter; Micro USB cable; Wrist Strap; Strap Adapter; Instruction Manual

Comments

Kent Snyder says:

Excellen camera but… I’ve had numerous cameras over the years such as Nikon, and now Olympus. I got ride of my Nikon kit for the Olympus EM-d5II because of its size, excellent optics and stabilization. The Sony is for my pocket. I’m very pleased with it with some concerns. You can exhaust a battery just by playing around in its extensive menus. A couple of short videos and some stills and you’re changing batteries again. If you don’t carry pack at least two spares you’ll regret it. The EVF opens in two steps – up…

Kraig Jorgensen says:

High end and handy Very fast and great image quality . Does burn through the battery but the USB recharge cord is convenient in newer cars

TJ in Seattle says:

Excellent Camera I upgraded my RX100 M3 to the M5A, buying it at B&H to avoid sales tax. It is an excellent camera and generally a nice upgrade from the M3. It seems faster, photos are a tiny bit better, focusing is better…. OK, the menu system is indeed easier to get around, but I have to say I never had much of a problem with that in the M3…I programed the Fn button with the adjustments I want and that gave easy access to them. Versus the M6, I’d rather have the better low-light performance of the M5A…

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