Take professional-quality images with this water-resistant Sony RX0 camera. Its shutter takes clear photos of fast-moving subjects at 16 fps, and it takes uncompressed Full HD video that can be displayed on an external recorder via the HDMI output. The ultracompact size of this rugged Sony RX0 camera lets you transport it with you anywhere.
Remote control via smartphones and tablets
Simply download free PlayMemories Mobile app to your mobile device for remote control of camera shutter release, movie recording start/stop, and instant receiving of captured footage.
BIONZ X image processor
Powers conversion of light captured by the sensor, rendering photos and movies with natural detail, realism, richer tonal gradations and low noise.
1.5" LCD monitor and intuitive interface
The LCD monitor on the back of the compact body lets you easily check settings, angles and composition for shooting, and check images after they are recorded.
1" Exmor RS CMOS image sensor
Gives you ultrafast focusing and superior noise reduction at high ISOs.
ZEISS Tessar T* lens
Delivers high-resolution images with less image distortion in peripheral areas despite its wide-angle lens design.
Digital still photo mode
Captures images at a variety of resolutions, including up to 4800 x 3200.
Ensures rich, detailed audio.
Super slow motion
Available at the frame rates of up to 960/1000 fps enables you to transform even the most mundane moment into something spectacular.
Anti-distortion shutter of up to 1/32,000 sec.
Minimizes image distortion caused by the rolling shutter phenomenon that can otherwise distort shots of swiftly moving subjects.
Up to 16 fps continuous shooting
Lets you capture moments of fleeting beauty or facial expressions in an instant.
MF assist and peaking functions refine focus
Manual focus (MF) assist magnifies the area you are focusing on to enable more precise adjustment, while peaking highlights the sharpest or most in-focus area with your choice of color.
Auto power off temperature
You can choose an internal temperature level at which the camera automatically powers off when shooting a movie.