In A Frame: Sony RX100 VII

The Sony RX100 VII is a premium compact camera for enthusiasts who want to shoot like a pro.

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The Sony RX100 VII is a premium compact camera for enthusiasts who want to shoot like a pro. Borrowing technologies from Sony’s full-frame mirrorless Alpha 9 camera, RX100 VII takes still photos and video shooting to a whole new level. A newly developed 1.0-type stacked Exmor RS CMOS image sensor and the latest generation BIONZ X image processor offers better autofocus and speed.

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Sony RX100 VII

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The camera performs AF/AE calculations up to 60 times per second, and captures fast moving action at 20fps with AF/AE tracking, ensuring that you don’t miss a single moment of action. Keep fast moving objects in view with advanced real-time tracking, which uses object recognition technology based on artificial intelligence. RX100 VII also offers professional level video making with 4K movie recording, and editing capabilities through the Image Edge mobile application.

Physically, the camera has all the same bells and whistles as its predecessors, including a 180-degree flip screen, an external microphone jack, and Bluetooth support. With all of this ground-breaking technology (and a host of other features), RX100 VII is truly a professional tool that fits in your pocket.

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Tamara Clarke

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Tamara Clarke, a former software development professional, is the tech and lifestyle enthusiast behind The Global Gazette, one of the most active blogs in the Middle East. The Global Gazette has been welcomed and lauded by some of the most influential tech brands in the region. Clarke’s goal is to inform about technology and how it supports our lifestyles. See her work both in print regional publications and online on her blog where she discusses everything from how a new gadget improves day-to-day life to how to coordinate your smartphone accessories. Visit www.theglobalgazette.com and talk to her on Twitter @TamaraClarke. #TamTalksTech