Sony RX0 Rugged Waterproof Action Camera

Sony has released DSC-RX0 waterproof action camera. Using the rugged design the cam may be a nice company that helps you capture every memorable moment during any great adventure. Curious? Let’s keep checking.

Sony RX0 Waterproof Action Camera

The RX0 is a high-performance waterproof action camera that measures 1.19 x 1.63 x 2.38 inches and weighs 0.74 pounds. As shown in the images, the action cam shows off an ultra compact and lightweight design, so you can effortlessly take it anywhere with you. Meanwhile, the mini video camera features a solid duralumin body that enables it to withstand submersion in water up to 33 ft (10m) depth without underwater housing, drops to the ground from heights up to 6.5 ft (2m), and it’s crushproof under weights up to 440 lbf/2,000 N (200 kgf).

Sony RX0 Waterproof Action Camera

Sony RX0 waterproof action camera features a 1″ (1.0-Type) stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor with DRAM memory chip, BIONZ X image processor and Zeiss Tessar T 24mm f/4.0 lens, so it delivers up to ISO 12,800 of sensitivity, high-resolution images, and up to 16fps6 continuous shooting. The mini camera also supports 1080p video recording, and 4K is also supported via a clean HDMI output.

Sony RX0 Waterproof Action Camera

Furthermore, the waterproof action camera comes equipped with a TFT LCD monitor for review, preview, changing settings and more. Using Bluetooth and WiFi the video cam wirelessly connects with your smartphone or tablet, so you can easily share your videos and photos via social media or remotely control it with your mobile device. Other features also include super slow motion shooting, anti-distortion shutter of up to 1/32000 sec, S-Log2 proprietary gamma setting, and you can link multiple RX0 units for awesome visual effects.

Sony RX0 waterproof action camera has been available for preorder for $699.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.

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