By Naga Srinivasa Reddy
Sony Cyber-shot RX100 V Review
This product of Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 V has a 1"-type sensor, 24-70mm equivalent F1.8-2.8 lens and gains 24fps burst shooting in both JPEG and Raw with full autofocus and auto exposure
4K video recording, and plenty more. In short, the RX100 V has an incredible amount of technology stuffed into an easily pocket package -.
- 20MP 1"-type stacked BSI-CMOS sensor
- 24-70mm equiv. F1.8-2.8 zoom lens
- 24fps burst shooting in JPEG + Raw, with full AF and AE
- 315-point phase-detection autofocus system
- Detailed 4K video capture with well-controlled rolling shutter
- Good quality high frame rate video capture
very good image quality and impressive capability in a camera that you can easily forget is in your purse or daypack. The RX100 V becomes the world's first fixed-lens to offer a 1" sensor with phase detection autofocus, and it does so across 65% of the frame with a total of 315 points. As far as video, the RX100 V shoots oversampled 4K clips, resulting in the impressively detailed footage.
Panasonic AU-EVA1 offers EF-mount Super 35 5.7K capture to SD with Raw
Panasonic has announced a 5.7K Super 35 format cinema camera that sits between the GH5 and the VariCam LT 4K. The camera is built around a Canon EF mount and can capture 4K/60p video at rates of up to 400Mbps, 10-bit 4:2:2 quality to SD cards.
The camera will offer V-Log and V-Gamut gamma and color modes, to match the VariCam series.The camera has XLR audio inputs and both HDMI and SDI video outputs.
Initially, it will output 4K over these connectors but Panasonic promises 5.7K Raw output to external recorders with a firmware update
The EVA1 designed with a super 35mm sensor with a resolution of 5.7K .the improved colour information results in finer, more accurate output image.Dual native ISO, utilising a process allows the sensor in a different way, by extracting more info from the sensor without degrading the image, by way of switching from std ISO to high ISO.
Panasonic Leica DG 15mm F1.7
The lens with the name 'Leica' stamped on the front, it will be at least 'good' optically and little pricey. This 15mm F1.7 prime lens is for the Micro Four Thirds system and offers an uncommon 30mm-equivalent field of view.
It features a dedicated aperture ring, and is very compact despite offering nine elements in seven groups – with three of those elements being aspherical. It has seven aperture blades, and the diameter of the lens barrel is among the smallest cameras.You can shoot this lens close to wide open all the time and still find your images are sharp enough, with enough of your scene in focus to provide some context. It's a fantastic option for environmental portraiture and casual documentary photography, where its small size will let you blend in a little more and keep your subjects from being too intimidated.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N1
the N1 had an 8.1MP, 1/1.8" CCD with a top ISO of 800, a 38-114mm equivalent lens, 5-area AF system and a battery that lasted for roughly 300 shots (which is quite respectable). Images and VGA video could be saved to internal memory or a Memory Stick Pro Duo slot.
The real action takes place on the back of the DSC-N1, where you'll find a 3", 230k-dot RGBW LCD. The display was touch-enabled and offered features that we take for granted today, like touch AF, menu operation and image playback. Enough beating around the bush: here's what made the DSC-N1 unique. Every time you took a photo, a VGA-sized version would be saved to the camera's internal memory bank. Album photos are saved 'first in first out', which means that older photos will be automatically deleted from the album if you don't protect or copy them first.
Nikon Coolpix W300 rugged compact shoots 4K
The Coolpix W300 updates Nikon's rugged compact line up, offering a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, 4K/30p video recording, a 3" LCD, 24-120mm equivalent optical zoom and wireless connectivity via Snap bridge.
The all-weather W300 is freezeproof to -10° C / 14° F, waterproof to 30m / 100ft, dustproof and shockproof to an improved 2.4m / 7.9ft over the Coolpix AW130's 2.1m / 7ft rating. Also new compared to its predecessor is an Active Guide mode, offering quick access to data like altitude and location.
(The author is a cinematographer and technology enthusiasts)
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