Sony Officially Released RX100 7 Black Card Portable Camera

Today Sony released its next-generation micro single camera RX100 7 (model DSC-RX100M7) which is also known as Black Card 7. The latest camera features many technologies assemble in a single full-frame micro-single Alpha 9.

RX100 7 Black Card

The Sony RX100 7 Black Card is the seventh iteration in the Sony RX100 series. It comes with mostly the identical layout as the prior RX100 VI and is equip with the identical lens. Providing a 24-200mm zoom range with a maximum aperture of f/2.8-4.5.

RX100 7 Black Card

The Black Card 7 utilizes a newly constructed 1-inch piled 2010 megapixel Exmor RS CMOS image sensor. With the most recent generation BIONZ X picture processor to encourage five-axis image insertion. This supplies 357 phase-detection AF points along with 425 contrast-detection AF points. It can achieve a focus rate of around 0.02 seconds, with real-time monitoring and real-time eye focusing on a deal with both people and animals. Sony claims that it has the exact same shooting rate and focus functionality as of the Alpha 9 camera. Allowing 60 AF/AE monitoring detections per minute and 20 frames per second without black display high-speed constant shooting.

RX100 7 Black Card

The latest Sony Black Card supports vertical video shooting, which makes it very convenient for the vertical display of the smartphones. You can also connect the latest camera with a mic. The Sony Black Card RX100 7 will be up for sale in early August 2019, with a price tag of $1200.

Features of the Sony Black Card RX100 7:

RX100 7 Black Card
  • Electronic shutter, effective when the shutter speed is 1/60s or longer. 
  • Continuous shooting mode: Hi, electronic shutter, shutter speed is effective at 1/60s and above. 
  • Electronic shutter, when the shutter speed is low, the display update speed will also be reduced. 
  • According to the internal test results, use the CIPA standard, set to f=9.0mm (remote), EV6.6, program auto, focus mode: AF-A, focus area: center. 
  • Animal eye focus only supports picture capture and cannot be used simultaneously with tracking. Not applicable on certain animal types, focusing may not perform well depending on the scene and subject. 
  • The in-camera playback of the video is in the horizontal mode, and whether the video can be displayed in the vertical mode depends on the playback device. 
  • Equivalent 35mm viewing angle. 
  • Each time you shoot 7 still images, the focus and exposure are locked to the first one. 
  • Single continuous shooting: Hi. 
  • SDHC/SDXC memory cards of Class 10 or higher are required when shooting 3840×2160 pixels of video in XAVC S mode. 

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