Japan's Sony bets again on cameras bridge; that is, cameras that are halfway between a SLR and a compact. We could also say that these are models that usually have optics with a lot of zoom and with advanced options that surely we will not find in a compact. The new model is the Sony RX10 IV.
With the mobile phones we currently have, taking good photos instantly is a matter of putting your hand in your pocket and launching the photo application on your smartphone. Therefore, in order to claim a piece of the pie, Sony has had to work on a product geared more towards expert hands and wanting more professional results. The Sony RX10 IV is a powerful camera with 20,1 megapixel resolution and mounts a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T 24-600mm [iv] F2.4-F4 lens.
On the other hand, its most attractive functions and for which the Japanese firm bets are its 0,03 second focus speed. Also get 24 frames per second continuous focus shooting bursts. Also, the Sony RX10 IV has a 315-point hybrid focus system. And it seems that he wants to wink at those enthusiasts of motion or sports photography.
Also, as far as video is concerned, this camera bridge you also want to deliver professional results. And therefore, there was no choice but to bet on fashionable resolution. Exactly, we are talking about 4k at max 30p. Although if you opt for a recording in Full HD resolution, it may be at 120p.
As extra data, we can tell you that your rear screen consists of a 3-inch size and touch type. While Sony ensures that the RX10 IV is more resistant to dust. And that you can use technologies like WiFi, Bluetooth or NFC. That is, you can connect your mobile or tablets to control some parameters of the camera. As well as sharing at the moment with your Gadgets the captures you make.
Finally, as we pointed out in the headline, the Sony RX10 IV is not suitable for all pockets. You should be very clear about your preferences. And to know if this camera is the one that suits you best or it would be better to bet on a format with interchangeable lenses. This model will arrive in Europe in October at an approximate price of 2.000 euros.