Sony had launched a new flagship point-and-shoot camera. It comes with a new 20.1MP sensor, up to 90fps burst shooting, real-time tracking and, and Eye-AF. Read more to find about Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 VII Price in India, Specifications, and Features
Price and Availability
The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 VII is priced in India at Rs 96,990. It will be available across the country via Sony flagship retail stores, online stores, and all authorized dealers.
Highlights and Features
- 20.1MP CMOS sensor
- 24-200mm zoom lens
- Up to 60 AF/AE calculation per second
- 20fps burst shooting with AF/AE tracking
- 357 PDAF focus points
- 425 contrast-detection AF points
- 90fps burst shooting
- 180-degree flip screen
- 3.5mm microphone jack
- Retractable electronic viewfinder (EVF)
- Built-in Wi-Fi
- 4K video recording
- S-Log 3 support
- HDR workflows
The new point-and-shoot camera sports a 20.1-megapixel CMOS sensor and a 24-200mm zoom lens (with an aperture range of f/2.8 – f/4.5).
Sony is touting its A9-level speed performance with up to 60 AF/AE calculation per second and 20fps burst shooting with AF/AE tracking and no blackouts.
The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 VII comes with 357 PDAF focus points and 425 contrast-detection AF points. It also comes with real-time tracking and AF (with Eye AF for humans and animals).
The new 90fps burst shooting feature lets you save only seven still images. The focus and exposure are locked from the moment you hit the shutter.
Additionally, the flagship point-and-shoot camera sports a 180-degree flip screen, 3.5mm microphone jack (an external microphone), and a retractable electronic viewfinder (EVF).
The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 VII supports 4K video, S-Log 3, and HDR workflows. It weighs about 302 grams. Connectivity options include built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
“The RX100 VII sets new standards for both photography and videography in a compact camera and we are confident that its phenomenal speed and AF capabilities will be very well received by customers,” said Hiroyuki Tokuno, Head of Digital Imaging Division, Sony India.
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