Sony - Cybershot RX1R II 42.4-Megapixel Digital Camera - Black
- Model: DSCRX1RM2/B
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- Sony - Cybershot RX1R II 42.4-Megapixel Digital Camera - Black
- AC adapter (ACUUD11/12), micro USB cable
- Battery charger (BCDCX)
- Cybershot RX1R II 42.4-Megapixel Digital Camera
- Owner's manual
- Rechargeable battery pack (NPBX1)
- Shoulder strap, lens cap, shoe cap, cleaning cloth, eyepiece cup
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With a user-selectable optical variable low-pass filter captures high-resolution images.
Through a 35mm f/2.0 ZEISS Sonnar T* lens with macro capability for precise zooming and accuracy. The lens is fixed to keep the lens and sensor aligned.
Makes it easy to review your photos and videos. A retractable XGA OLED Tru-Finder viewfinder with 2.4 million dots and a ZEISS T* coating helps you set up shots.
Lets you record realistic video footage.
Include auto, program auto, aperture priority, shutter speed priority, manual exposure, movie mode, panorama, scene selection and more for versatility.
Allows you to add light to scenes.
With 399 focal plane phase-detection points helps pull subjects into clear view.
Makes it easy to pair with your smartphone and access camera apps.
Accepts SDHC and SDXC formats (card not included).
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Great if you shoot exclusively 35mmJuly 18, 2017
The RX1RII is great if you shoot exclusively at 35mm. Pros: +Literally pocketable (full frame in your pocket!) +42 megapixels (you can print around 24x36 prints) +Sonnar lens (sharp and crisp photos) +WiFi (remote shooting) +Discrete viewfinder +Smooth aperture ring Cons: -No in-body stabilization (it has electronic stabilization, but not the 5-axis IBIS like other Sony and Olympus cameras) -Autofocus is average (coming from an Olympus E-M5, this was disappointing, but not a deal breaker) -Battery life is poor (I have 6 batteries total) -The lens distortion is so bad, it makes the Earth look round (lol; this is correctable in Lightroom, but you lose quality by correcting it. The distortion isn’t as noticeable as Voigtlander M lenses, though.) -Has UHS-1 storage interface (to be fair, most cameras on the market have this, but they could have added CompactFlash or at least UHS-3. After all, this is a $3,000+ professional camera, right?) -Reviewing zoomed-in photos is slow (I don’t chimp or pixel peep, but on occasions, I’ve wanted to show friends photos I’ve taken of them, and it takes about 2 seconds to be able to zoom in. If you don’t zoom in, the photos load normally, though) Please remember, first and foremost, this is a CYBERSHOT camera. It’s a glorified point and shoot. It has the same sensor as the Sony A7RII with a fixed Carl Zeiss lens, which doesn’t deserve the Zeiss name because of the lens distortion. Overall, as someone who plans to travel for the next few years, this camera is perfect. 35mm is my favorite focal length. Zoom with your feet. However, this camera would be PERFECT if they added 5-axis sensor stabilization and improved the lens distortion. Third time’s the charm?
I would recommend this to a friend
Dope!June 24, 2016
dope images though woody, pros: its small and takes crispy clean pics, you just got to learn the settings and features. Cons: battery runs out quick, might whana buy a couple of them
I would recommend this to a friend
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- Sony Cyber-shot RX1R II review: Full-frame fun and foiblesWhen it first launched at the end of 2012, the Sony Cyber-shot RX1 was a camera like no other. Its full-frame sensor and fixed 35mm lens made it a distinctive shooter for the high-end market. Sure, it had its imperfections, but that large sensorFull Review
- Ultra-compact: Sony Cyber-shot RX1R II reviewThere's no denying the appeal of Sony's RX1R II. It promises high-resolution full-frame image quality that's bolstered by an impressive autofocus system, reasonable depth-of-field control from its 35mm F2 lens and a compact form factor thatFull Review