Capture detail in low-light conditions with Sony’s Exmor R sensor and f/1.8 Carl Zeiss glass. This pocket pro boasts an ultra-sensitive ISO 12800, Wi-Fi sharing and an expandable shoe system. Better yet, a lightning-quick AF can focus in as little as 0.13 seconds. Suddenly, this award-winning camera just got a whole lot better. Input Output Terminals: Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0), Micro HDMI, Multi/Micro USB Terminal, Multi Interface Shoe
5 Alternative Cameras to Sony RX100 II
We’ve combed through thousands of cameras to compile this list of cameras which we think are good alternatives to the Sony RX100 II. We’ve looked at LargeSensorCompact cameras with a 1-inch sensor (most of the time) and also rated their overall performance for guidance. You can find even more similar camera suggestions if you click on a camera in the list – doing this will take you to another list we’ve compiled of cameras similar to that one.
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