Sony recently announced RX1R II, their latest full-frame digital camera. With its 42MP CMOS sensor and fixed Zeiss lens, the camera brings you high-resolution and highly detailed images, and variable optical low-pass filter provides more controls for professional shutterbugs.
Sony RX1R II is a premium and professional full-frame camera that measures 4.5 x 2.6 x 2.8 inches and weights 1.12 lbs. As we can see from the images, the digital camera follows the iconic body design of Sony’s RX series including compact profile and a matte black finish, and the textured grip lets you firmly hold your RX1R II for capturing photos or videos.
The RX1R II comes equipped with a 42MP Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor, BIONZ X image processor, and a fixed Zeiss Sonnar T* 35mm f/2 lens with an 8 element 7 group optical construction in order to bring you superior image resolution and sensitivity range of ISO 100-25600, expandable 50-1024002, so you can use it to capture highly detailed photos and 1080p videos with wide dynamic range.
The full-frame compact camera uses revamped Fast Hybrid AF featuring 399 on-sensor phase-detect AF points with 45% coverage with 25 contrast-detect AF points which allows you to quickly and accurately focus on every subject you want to capture. Another feature is the world’s first variable optical low-pass filter. With three settings: Off, Standard, and Hi, you can control the amount of filtration you want and get optimal imaging based on different conditions. This means RX1R II has the abilities of the camera with low-pass filter and the camera without low-pass filter.
Furthermore, its 3.0″ 1,228.8k-dot LCD monitor can be tilted upward 109 degrees and downward 41 degrees, which provides you more flexible ways to capture amazing photos, and its 0.39″ OLED EVF is retractable. In addition, the full-frame camera supports uncompressed 14-bit RAW format, and built-in WiFi and NFC allow RX1R II to share images and videos via your smartphone or tablet with ease.