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Although Sony has already made the fourth iteration of its RX100 camera, sadly, I have not had a chance to thử nghiệm and đánh giá any of the earlier models. After the Sony RX100 IV was announced, I told myself that I had khổng lồ give this camera a try. Partly because our readers have been asking about it và partly because it looked lượt thích a killer camera based on its long danh sách of features. Right before my trip lớn Death Valley, I was able lớn obtain this little quái dị of a camera for a real field test. I am really glad I did, because I have been really impressed by the Sony RX100 IV – it turned out lớn be the best pocket-friendly point và shoot camera I have used khổng lồ date. Let’s take a look at this camera in more detail & see what it has to lớn offer in its tiny body.

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While driving through the southwest US, taking the route from Colorado khổng lồ New Mexico, then lớn Arizona & lastly lớn California, I had a chance lớn visit a number of hot spots lượt thích Bosque del Apache, white Sands National Monument, Saguaro National Park, Joshua Tree National Park và finally Death Valley National Park. Throughout my 4300 mile drive, I shot with a number of different cameras, but one camera that always stayed with me in my pocket was the Sony RX100 IV. It was so lightweight và compact, I often forgot that I even had it with me.

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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
10.42mm, ISO 200, 1/8, f/8.0

Thanks lớn the lens-based image stabilization, aside from a couple of instances, I practically always shot the RX100 IV hand-held, even in low-light situations. The images looked great on the LCD and once I started looking at them on my máy tính xách tay that I was traveling with, I was pretty surprised by the results I was getting. Photographs appeared very crisp thanks to lớn the optically excellent Zeiss lens (24-70mm equiv), và noise levels, dynamic range, và colors looked better compared to what I had previously seen from a one-inch sensor.

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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
Sensor: 20.1 MP Stacked CMOS image sensor AF System: Contrast Detection AF System Video: 4K movie recording up to lớn 30 fps Slow Motion: Up to lớn 1000 fps Battery Life: Up to 280 shots LCD: Tiltable 3″ LCD (+180°/-45° movement) EVF: 2.36 Million dot OLED viewfinder Continuous Shooting: Up to lớn 16 FPS WiFi: Yes, with NFC Capability
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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
14.1mm, ISO 125, 1/400, f/5.6

Detailed technical specifications for the Sony RX100 IV are available at Sony.net.

Sony RX100 I vs II vs III vs IV Comparison

Before we discuss camera features, let’s bởi a quick revision of all the feature changes we have seen in the RX100-series cameras. With all the RX100 iterations still available for purchase today, one might be wondering what differences there are between them and what gains one would have by going with the latest và greatest. Below is a detailed table that shows all the key differences between the RX100-series cameras:


The above table was borrowed from the Sony RX100 Comparison article that we published a few days ago. The darker blue color represents feature superiority, whereas the light red color represents the lack of a key feature.

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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
14.5mm, ISO 125, 1/640, f/5.6

As expected, the latest và greatest RX100 IV has the best overall specifications và performance when compared lớn its predecessors. However, at nearly $1K, it is certainly not an easy pill lớn swallow. If 4K đoạn phim and slow-motion are the features you have no interest in, then you could save around $200 by going with the RX100 III. The first two are of amazing value at $400 and $500, but lack of EVF, narrower angle of view on the short end, less versatile LCD screen và inferior image unique might be a bit too much to thua in comparison. For me personally, the improved AF performance, superior image quality, ability to set minimum shutter speed on tự động ISO, ability khổng lồ shoot 4K clip and 1000 fps slow-motion video clip on the RX100 IV are all important features that I would probably be willing khổng lồ pay the extra $200 for.

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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
20.81mm, ISO 125, 1/200, f/5.6

Sensor, Dynamic Range và Image Quality

With the RX100 IV, Sony made quite a few important changes to lớn the sensor design. When compared to its predecessors, the RX100 IV has the new stacked “Exmor RS CMOS sensor” technology, which differs from conventional CMOS designs by offering 5x faster readout speeds. Here is a comparison between a conventional và a stacked CMOS sensor:

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Thanks khổng lồ the faster sensor readout, it was possible to lớn not only allow capturing 40x super slow motion footage, but also allow capturing images without any visible distortion, a feature that Sony labeled as “Anti-Distortion Shutter”:

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Basically, this new thiết kế takes care of the “rolling shutter” issue that you would normally see on other cameras. Sony engineers were also able to push for insanely fast shutter speeds of 1/32,000 of a second, allowing extremely fast action to be captured with the camera – a feature previously seen only on higher-end mirrorless cameras. Also, it opens up opportunities for shooting at maximum aperture in bright sunny days without worrying about overexposing the image. In contrast, all previous generation RX100 cameras were limited to just 1/2000 of a second shutter speed.

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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
13.16mm, ISO 200, 1/15, f/4.0

In terms of image quality, the RX100 IV surely does not disappoint – it has one of the best 1″ sensors around. Its performance is superb at base ISO of 125, with low noise levels, respectable dynamic range, and excellent colors. As you can see from the images in this review, I was able lớn squeeze quite a bit of juice from RAW images in post, which shows just how far Sony was able to lớn push the 1″ sensor in this camera.

With a resolution of 20.1 MP, you will get a lot of detail in images, which was something I definitely appreciated when shooting landscapes. 20.1 MP yields image dimensions of 5,472 x 3,648, which almost seems lượt thích too much for such a small sensor – that’s more than what we have seen from all of Nikon’s high-end CX cameras, including the Nikon 1 V3. While higher resolution typically results in more noise at the px level, it also opens up opportunities for down-sampling. I re-sized all images posted in this đánh giá to 2,048 px long dimensions, which helped clean up quite a bit of the noise that resulted from recovering data from RAW images. In cases where I saw excessive noise, I applied a single pass of noise reduction before down-sampling, which made images look pretty clean. Note: if you see any artifacts in images, those are most likely coming from JPEG compression.

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DSC-RX100M4 + 24-70mm F1.8-2.8
8.8mm, ISO 125, 1/400, f/6.3

Dynamic range performance is also impressive. I was able to lớn recover a lot of highlight và shadow details from RAW images, particularly in situations when dealing with sunrise & sunset times, where the sky has a drastically higher brightness màn chơi compared khổng lồ the foreground. In short, there is a lot of legroom to lớn work with in those 20.1 MP RAW files!

Similar lớn other Sony cameras, the Sony RX100 IV produces natural-looking colors that are easy to lớn work with in post-processing. Both Adobe’s ACR & Lightroom already have camera profiles for the RX100 IV, so you can easily utilize such presets as Standard, Vivid và Landscape, allowing you khổng lồ make quick adjustments that somewhat resemble camera presets (see this article for more information).

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About Nasim Mansurov

Nasim Mansurov is the author and founder of Photography Life, based out of Denver, Colorado. He is recognized as one of the leading educators in the photography industry, conducting workshops, producing educational videos và frequently writing nội dung for Photography Life. You can follow him on Instagram & Facebook. Read more about Nasim here.

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