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Sony puts A9-level performance into the new RX100 VII

The camera can shoot at up to 20fps with AF/AE tracking.
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Sony RX100 VII

Sony continues to push the envelope for what's possible in a point and shoot with the latest version of the RX100. The new RX100 VII receives some big performance upgrades with an autofocus system that can deliver AF/AE calculations at up to 60 times per second and can shoot at up to 20 fps with AF/AE tracking. There's also a new Single Burst Shooting mode for high-speed shots at up to 60 fps and Real-time Tracking and Real-time AF for improved accuracy. Other specs include a new 20.1 MP 1.0" sensor, a 24-200mm F2.8 zoom lens, and 4K video capability with HDR.


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