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Sony DSCRX100M4 Advanced Digital Compact Premium 4K Camera (EVF, 4K Movie, 40 x Slow Motion, Wi-Fi, 180 Degrees Tiltable LCD Screen) - Black

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  • 1/32000 sec Anti-Distortion Shutter allows to capture fast motion
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  • 20.1 MP 9 1.0-type stacked CMOS image sensor with DRAM chip
  • ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T 24-70 mm lens with F1.8-2.8 aperture
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Review summary from DPReview

DPReview Gold Award
July 2015
The RX100 IV is among the most technologically advanced cameras of its type that we've ever seen. Internally, we're told, Sony's engineers judge that their new 1"-type stacked CMOS sensor is roughly five years ahead of anything else on the market, and on paper at least, it's hard to argue with that assessment.

Personal takes

Jeff Keller Jeff Keller DPReview
The RX100 III was one of the most impressive compacts we've used, and Sony has really upped the ante with the Mark IV. The combination of its new sensor, fast lens, performance, and 4K video make it the camera to beat.
Richard Butler Richard Butler DPReview
The fourth generation of Sony's large-sensor, small body compact camera looks the most impressive yet. Sony has added a next-generation image sensor to allow 4K video and high frame rates in video and stills, along with a higher-resolution viewfinder, all combined with the Mark III's excellent lens. It's not cheap but it looks immensely promising.

Reasons to buy

  • Speedy state-of-the-art sensor: The new Exmor RS sensor allows for shutter speeds of up to 1/32000 sec, video frame rates of up to 960 fps, and continuous shooting at 16 fps.
  • Low light lens: The F1.8-2.8 24-70mm equivalent lens on the Mark IV combined with the 1""-type sensor allows for low light performance that you're typical pocket camera just can't touch.
  • Small camera, big video: The RX100 IV can record up to 5 minutes of 4K video using the XAVC S codec, with a bit rate of 100Mbps. It also supports high speed shooting at frame rates of up to 960 fps (including 240 fps at near-Full HD).
  • Clever viewfinder: The pop-up electronic viewfinder is one-of-a-kind, and a great feature for when it's just too bright to see the main LCD. The increase in resolution is an added bonus.

Things to consider

  • Not a lot of zoom: While there's no doubt that the RX100 IV has a nice lens, some may find its 24-70mm (equiv.) range to be too short.
  • Start saving now: The RX100 IV doesn't come cheap. In fact, it's one of the most expensive compacts on the market.
  • Short clips: The time limit for recording 4K video is 5 minutes, so the Mark IV may not be best suited for creating your feature film.
  • No touching: While more and more cameras offer touchscreens these days - which are especially useful for focusing - the RX100 IV is not one of them.
Notable features
20MP Exmor RS sensor
20MP Exmor RS sensor
The RX100 IV uses a new 'stacked' sensor design, which puts the pixel area, signal processing and DRAM onto different layers. The results are incredibly fast readout speeds which allow for slower shutter speeds and video and continuous shooting frame rate
Bright 2.9x zoom lens
Bright 2.9x zoom lens
The latest RX100 retains the fast F1.8-2.8, 24-70mm equivalent Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens of its predecessor. A neutral density filter comes in handy for using large apertures or fast shutter speeds in bright light.
Pop-up electronic viewfinder
Pop-up electronic viewfinder
The RX100 IV has a unique pop-up OLED electronic viewfinder. The resolution of the EVF on the Mark IV has been doubled to XGA (2.4M dots). Don't worry, there's still a built-in flash right next door.
3" tilting LCD
3" tilting LCD
The RX100 IV has a 3", 1.04M dot LCD display that can tilt upward by 180 degrees (perfect for selfies) and downward by 45 degrees for overhead shots.
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  • Item Weight: 272 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: DSCRX100M4.CEH
  • ASIN: B010X7TG0Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 Jun. 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,055 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Sony DSCRX100M4 Advanced Digital Compact Premium Camera (EVF, Wi-Fi, NFC, 180 Degrees Tiltable LCD Screen).

Box Contains

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Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-BX1
AC AdaptorAC-UB10C/UB10D
Micro USB cable
Shoulder Strap
Lens cap
Shoe cap
Lens hood
Eyepiece Cup
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From the Manufacturer

DSCRX100 DSCRX100M2 DSCRX100M3 DSCRX100M4 DSCRX100M5
Sensor 1.0 inch Exmor R CMOS Sensor 1.0 inch Exmor R CMOS Sensor 1.0 inch Exmor R CMOS Sensor 1.0 inch Exmor R CMOS Sensor 1.0 inch Exmor RS CMOS sensor
Image Processor BIONZ Z BIONZ Z BIONZ X BIONZ X BIONZ X
Aperture F1.8-4.9 F1.8-4.9 F1.8-2.8 F1.8-2.8 F1.8 -2.8
Continuous Shooting 10fps 10 fps 10fps 16fps 24fps
Maximum shutter speed Bulb, 30" - 1/2000 Bulb, 30" - 1/2000 Bulb, 30" - 1/2000 Bulb, 30" - 1/32000 Anti-Distortion Shutter Bulb, 30" - 1/32000 Anti-Distortion Shutter
LCD Monitor 3.0” LCD (Fixed, 1,229k) 3.0” LCD (Tilt, 1,229k) 3.0” LCD (Selfie, 1,229k) 3.0” LCD (Selfie, 1,229k) 3.0” LCD (Selfie, 1,229k)
Wifi Wi-Fi only Wi-Fi/NFC Wi-Fi/NFC, PMCA Wi-Fi/NFC, PMCA Wi-Fi/NFC, PMCA
Viewfinder No No OLED (1,440k) OLED (2,359k) OLED (2,359k)
Movie Full HD/50p AVCHD Full HD/50p AVCHD Full HD/50p XAVC S 4K/25p XAVC S Up to 40x super slow motion (HFR) 4K/25p XAVC S Up to 40x super slow motion (HFR)
Slow motion recordings No No No Up to 960 frames for 4 seconds Up to 960 frames for 7 seconds

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I bought this camera in the US the day after it came out and in the last few weeks, I have fallen in love with it!

The image quality is unbelievably good, although arguably not a huge step up from the already fantastic RX100 III. Being able to shoot at ISO 6400 and getting clean images is something I had previously reserved for my Canon 7D MkII but now I can capture fantastic shots at night with the RX100 IV. If you are passionate about photography and prefer a bit more control over your shots, you will feel right at home with the manual controls over almost every setting imaginable. The stacked sensor can process images rapidly - I put it in continuous burst mode shooting at 16fps and it didn't slow down at all; it sounds like a mini machine gun!

The ring around the lens is smooth and feels excellent in the hands. It can be programmed to adjust what you like and operates the most obvious settings in aperture and shutter priority modes quickly. It can also be used to zoom more smoothly if you find the little trigger by the shutter release too fast. The lens itself is magnificent, capturing incredible levels of detail across the entire range and with smooth bokeh in the out of focus areas. Some may find the zoom doesn't reach as far as some of its rivals but the images are large enough to give some room to crop without losing too much quality.

The autofocus is spot on and super fast. You can choose the usual modes for autofocus areas and metering modes through the menu system (a little clunky but easy enough to figure out), or you can set the ring around the lens to manually focus.

Onto the video quality, whether you shoot Ultra HD or Full HD the video is sublime. However the real stunner is the high frame rate shooting which can go up to 960fps!
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I've had the RX100 for 2 months. It's a very proficient camera, and its low light performance is quite remarkable. It's quite pricey and for the money I would have like a GPS for geotagging and perhaps more zoom. Partly for that reason I haven't sold my Canon 700D with its nice zoom telephoto. But it is definitely my camera of choice most of the time, and I don't really like it to be too far away - you find yourself wanting to grab it that often.

So what are the stand-out features?

- Ruggedness has to be one of them. On my 2nd day (!) of ownership it detached from the top of my tripod (my fault) and fell from table height onto a stone floor.The body is metal and feels nice and solid, but it was a bit flattened on one corner. However, that's it. No problems whatsoever with any camera functions. Since then I have fallen off my bike with the camera around my neck, and despite road contact, it came up smiling (I didn't).

- The quality of the lens. I think this is why the zoom is limited. The lens does its job superbly and I suspect that Sony didn't want to push it outside its optimum performance envelope. The quality of the image means you can overcome some of that zoom limitation simply by cropping.

- Low light performance. This is astonishing. Using the "Night, Hand Held" setting you can take the most amazing pictures without a tripod. Several of the images I have included (the moon through the clouds, patio at night, deep dusk sunset, are simply hand-held. The photos of the milky way had the benefit of a tripod though I have taken lots of starry pictures without one.

- Challenging light conditions generally; I've included a few images taken towards the sunrise and it copes well.
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I absolutely love this camera. I have owned dozens and dozens of cameras, a habit dating from when I used to be a professional photographer, and have been a stalwart Canon man when it comes to SLRs (T90, EOS 650, EOS 620, all the 5Ds etc etc) but have always wanted a compact camera which works well to carry around. They have all been, to some extent, crap. Too big, too small and - mainly - too slow. I want a camera which takes the picture WHEN I WANT IT TO! Not too much to ask but through all the many Sony, Canon, Panasonic, Olympus and other cameras I have had, none of them have got it right. Too slow, bad focussing, hard to compose, fuzzy lenses, slow startup, clunky controls. Despite being a Leica aficionado when they were just film, their digital cameras have never seemed tempting to me.

So then, this. Tiny. Amazing EVF (I assumed it would be a useless toy viewfinder like so many on compact cameras but this one is actually usable). Charges via USB instead of some external thing. Some annoying quirks on the controls but nothing disastrous (and I am only 1000 frames in on this thing, loads of fiddling still to do). But, mainly, it takes beautiful pictures. It takes them when I press the button. More often than not they are better than I hoped. Sharp, well focussed, nicely exposed most of the time.

This is what camera technology has been leading up to. All the rubbish I have endured before has been cast aside. From here it can only get better.

Yes, it's expensive - but given it's the only compact camera I have ever used which feels truly fit for purpose it's a bargain. I have started taking it everywhere, snapping away like I did when I was developing my own film at home in my bathroom, an obsessive. Don't waste less money on anything else.
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