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Sony DSC-RX100 III
Ilse Jurriën : May 19th 2014 - 20:00 CET
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SonySony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III camera : Loved by photographers who value serious imaging and extreme portability, the popular Cyber-shot RX100 family has an exciting new addition. Crafted in tough, travel-friendly aluminium for lightness and looks, the Sony DSC-RX100 III builds on the acclaimed reputation of its predecessors. An uprated lens and speedy image processor are complemented by enhanced movie features and a 180-degree tilting LCD - all in a stylish fixed-lens camera that’s truly pocket-sized. Another eagerly awaited addition to the DSC-RX100 III is its high-contrast retractable OLED Tru-Finder that offers bright, detailed viewing with the camera held to your eye.

Sony DSC-RX100 III

Sony DSC-RX100 III lens
Brighter and wider than before, the ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-70mm F1.8-2.8 lens captures everything from expansive landscapes to soulful portraits. Thanks to a large F2.8 maximum aperture at its telephoto end, subjects stand out crisply against smooth background bokeh. The lens’s impressive light-gathering power also allows faster shutter speeds to freeze fast-moving subjects. A built-in 3-stop (1/8) Neutral Density filter gives even more creative flexibility with sun-drenched exteriors or intentionally-blurred shots of moving water.

DSC-RX100 III

20.1 megapixel Sony DSC-RX100 III
From detail-packed stills to vibrant Full HD movies - everything’s beautifully clear thanks to the new camera’s 20.1 effective megapixel 1.0-type back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS image sensor. Far larger than the sensor in regular compact cameras, it’s the key to breathtaking stills and video with beautiful background defocus effects. Offering excellent low-light sensitivity and low noise, the sensor is complemented by Sony’s latest-generation BIONZ X processing engine. Three times faster than its predecessor, it powers detail reproduction technology for natural reproduction of fine textures, diffraction reducing technology for enhanced quality at small apertures and area-specific noise reduction that maintains clarity in dimly-lit regions of indoor and night-time shots.

Sony RX100 III

Record Full HD videos with the Sony RX100 III
The speedy BIONZ X processor also powers exciting new video features. In a Cyber-shot first, the Sony DSC-RX100 III now supports the efficient XAVC S format. Based on the professional XAVC standard, it records stunning Full HD video footage at up to 50 Mbps with minimal artefacts and noise - even with busy, movement-packed scenes. Want to capture every nuance of that golf swing, tennis serve or balletic leap? HD footage can be recorded at 100 fps in XAVC S mode for silky smooth slow motion replays via an application like Sony’s PlayMemories Home application. Selfie fans will welcome the articulated 3.0-type Xtra Fine LCD that now flips up 180 degrees for effortless arms-length portraits and is also very useful for shooting from either high or low positions.

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Watch videos in 4K resolution
Handheld video footage is even more of a pleasure to watch with Intelligent Active Mode that minimises the effects of camera shake. Frame analysis technology and 5-axis stabilisation are combined for the first time in the RX100 series, ensuring steadier movies even when you’re walking along. A newly-added 4K still image output allows photo viewing on 4K TVs. High-resolution images can be transferred via HDMI or Wi-Fi, with support for Triluminos Colour assuring opulent tones and textures on compatible BRAVIA TV models. Despite its diminutive size, the Sony DSC-RX100 III inherits several movie functions from Sony’s professional camcorders. There’s a clean HDMI output, allowing Full HD footage to be stored on an external recorder. ‘Zebra’ patterning on the LCD and in the viewfinder helps identify brightest areas in a scene, and dual video recording simultaneously stores small MP4 format files alongside top-quality AVCHD /XAVC S files.

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