Sony RX100 VII Review
The Sony RX100 VII is a compact camera powerhouse. PhotographyBlog got one and gave it a comprehensive review. They agree that it's an amazing little compact camera, giving it 5 out of 5 stars.
The Sony RX100 VII features at a glance;
- 20.1MP 1" Exmor RS BSI CMOS Sensor
- BIONZ X Image Processor & Front-End LSI
- ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* f/2.8-4.5 Lens
- 24-200mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Up to 20-fps Blackout-Free Shooting
- UHD 4K30p Video with HLG & S-Log3 Gammas
- 0.39" 2.36m-Dot OLED Pop-Up EVF
- 3.0" 921.6k-Dot 180° Tilting Touchscreen
- Fast Hybrid AF, 357 Phase-Detect Points
- Real-Time Tracking and Eye-AF
If you want a camera that's fast enough to shoot fast-moving subjects - wildlife, sports, or just your kids - and small enough to fit inside a coat pocket, then there's simply no better option currently on the market than the RX100 VII.
The addition of the new stacked sensor with its DRAM memory makes burst shooting much more usable than on the VI version, thanks to now being blackout free, which makes it much easier to follow the action. the 90fps shooting mode may grab all the headlines, but it's the revised 20fps mode that really deserves the attention.
As does the addition of the Real-time Tracking and Real-time Eye AF technologies, which have also been trickled down from Sony's Alpha range of mirrorless cameras. The RX100 VII shares the same tenacious ability to quickly lock-on to and track almost any fast-moving subject, and if it can detect a human or animal's eye, even better. Seeing this technology in action on such a small camera is a real eye-opener (excuse the pun!).
Read their full review here
This post may contain affiliate links(s). An affiliate link means I may earn advertising/referral fees if you make a purchase through my link, without any additional cost to you
. It helps to keep this site afloat. Thank you in advance for your support. If you like what we do here, maybe buy me a coffee.