The RX100 VI is Sony’s latest camera, which prides itself with having the world’s fastest autofocus speed in its class. It uses 315 focal-plane phase-detection AF points that cover 65% of the frame and that helps it lock onto the subject in no less than 0.03 seconds!
The camera shoots continuously at 24 frames per second with full AF/AE tracking and it hosts a 1-inch 20.1-megapixel Exmore RS CMOS sensor with a BIONZ X image processor.
Like the previous models, it uses an EyeAF, but with 2X additional tracking performance. It also happens to be the first RX100 that uses High-Density Tracking AF, which improves tracking and accuracy.
The front of the camera holds a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T 24-200mm f/2.8-4.5 lens that has a 4-stops optical image stabilization.
The LCD touchscreen of the camera tilts up to 180 degrees upwards and 90 degrees downwards and you can even capture photos by simply tapping it.
The RX100 shoots in 4K and in 240/480/960fps slow motion, with proxy recording and 120p Full HD mode available. Plus, it includes a zoom lever, Anti-Distortion Shutter and Wi-Fi/NFC/Bluetooth connectivity.
The camera will be available from July this year, at the price of $1,200.