also adds the same 5-axis sensor-shift image stabilisation system present in the A7 II to the A7R II and removes the optical low pass filter to promote clarity over moire reduction. The Sony A7R II can shoot 4K full frame video. It can shoot 120fps high frame rate movie shooting in HD (720p). Some other features include a 0.78x viewfinder magnification, a silent shooting mode, as well as Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity.
Both the RX10 II and the RX100 IV include the world's first 1.0 type stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor with advanced signal processing and an attached DRAM memory chip. This sensor apparently allows for 5x faster image data readout and shooting 40x super slow motion video. Both the cameras can shoot 240fps at a really high 1080p resolution. The sensor also allows the RX100 IV to perform 16fps continuous shooting, and capture at a blazing fast shutter speed of 1/32000 per second.
RX100 IV to perform 16fps continuous shooting, and capture at a blazing fast shutter speed of 1/32000 per second.
Lastly, at $3,200, it won’t be easy for Sony to convince DSLR shooters to make the switch, as the price is much higher compared to what the A7R sold for.