The World's First Fixed Lens Digital Camera With a Full-Frame Sensor
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1
Full Frame Digital Compact Camera that's the first digital
compact camera in the world with a fixed lens featuring a
full-frame image sensor
. It's large 35mm CMOS Exmor sensor
delivers DSLR-quality imaging inside a point & shoot size (4.5 x 2.6 x 2.8"). Additionally to providing 24MP RAW and JPEG still photos, the RX1 has the ability to also capture Full HD 1080p movies at either 24 or 60frames per second. The f/2.0 Sonnar T* Carl Zeiss 35mm lens has a big maximum f/2.0 9 bladed aperture along with, providing reliable low-light photographs and very shallow field depth delivering
(background image blur). A multi-layered T* coat minimizes flare and ghosting caused by reflecting light.
For framing and playing back, the camera has a big Xtra Fine 3" LCD screen containing 1,229k-pixels. The monitor uses WhiteMagic technology for improving visibility when in the bright daylight.
The sensor on the RX1 works hand in hand with the BIONZ imaging processor letting the camera autofocus at fast speeds. Also manual focusing is available, while the RX1 has three unique rings for manual control providing focusing, aperture, and macro mode.
The BIONZ processor and CMOS sensor combination also delivers enhanced sensitivity, resulting in improved low-light achievement. There's a maximum 25600 selectable ISO setting, allowing low-light photography without requiring use of the camera's on-board
pop-up flash unit. Also to assist you you in poorer light conditions is the SteadyShot Optical image stabilization, which delivers clear, blur-free crisp photos and videos. SteadyShot additionally helps to cut down on motion blur when either the camera or your subject moves during shooting.
The RX1 is also capable of 5 frames per second of continuous high-speed shooting at a full 24MP image resolution, letting you acquire fast action sequences. A hot shoe with a multi interface allows you to attach additional accessories such as an electronic viewfinder. or external flash unit
Auto HDR acquires a larger dynamic range, which can combine the the best mid-range-tones from one image, the greatest highlight detail from a second, the finest shadow detail from the third all into one single image.
Sep 12, 2012