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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 V 20.1 MP Digital Still Camera w/ 3" OLED

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  • World’s fastest1 (0.05 sec.) hybrid AF system (contrast + phase)
  • World’s most - 315 phase detection - AF points on a compact camera
  • World’s fastest continuous shooting speed1 at 24fps3 w/ AF/AE tracking
  • 20.1MP 1" Exmor RS stacked back illuminated CMOS sensor w/ DRAM
  • 4K movie w/ direct pixel readout, no pixel binning and fast hybrid AF
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Screen Size 3 in 7.5 in 3 in 3 in
Image Stabilization Yes Yes Yes Yes
External-Memory Included No No No No
Item Dimensions 2.38 x 4 x 1.63 in 1.6 x 4 x 2.8 in 1.61 x 4.02 x 2.28 in 1.41 x 4 x 2.29 in
Item Weight 0.6 lb 0.64 lb 0.53 lb
Optical Sensor Resolution 20.1 megapixels 20.1 megapixels 20.9 megapixels 20.2 megapixels
Optical Zoom 2.9x 2.9x 5.8x 3.6x
Video Resolution 4k other 1920 x 1080 (60p/60i/24p), 1280 x 720 (60p/30p/24p/120p), 1440 x 1080 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps) 1920 x 1080 (60 fps), 1440 x 1080 (30 fps), 1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480 (30 fps)
Viewfinder flexible LCD electronic viewfinder LCD None
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Review summary from DPReview

DPReview Silver Award
November 2016
The RX100 V continues the line's tradition of packing as much image quality and technology into a pocketable package as possible. New to the V is phase-detect autofocus, enabling fast, accurate AF in stills and video. A new processor supports 24 fps burst shooting, a large buffer, and instant image review, with 4K video capture seeing massive improvements, as well. A re-think of the controls would make the unprecedented feature set even more usable, but if you're looking to capture the decisive moment, few cameras - pocketable or not - will make it easier to do so than this one.

Personal takes

Carey Rose Carey Rose DPReview
The RX100 V takes just about everything we liked about the previous model and cranks it up to eleven. The 24 fps burst shooting is something you have to see to believe, and the oversampled 4K video is incredibly detailed with little to no rolling shutter to speak of. We still think the ergonomics make it a hard camera to really take full control over, but it otherwise continues to be a powerful, shirt-pocketable package.
Rishi Sanyal Rishi Sanyal DPReview
The RX100 V is peerless. The fact that 315 phase-detect points quickly refocus on erratically moving subjects, automatically prioritizing faces and eyes, at 24 fps is simply unprecedented. You can pick the decisive moment from those bursts or assemble them into videos, as they're shot at literally movie frame rates. Limited customizability and lack of touchscreen mean I often use the RX100 as a point-and-shoot, but sometimes that's exactly what I'm looking for when leaving the DSLR at home.

Reasons to buy

  • 24 fps bursts with AF/AE: It's difficult to miss a moment with the RX100 V, as it can fire off full-resolution JPEG and Raw files at 24fps with full autofocus and autoexposure. That also means you can essentially assemble short 5.5K 12-bit Raw video from bursts.
  • Improved 4K and high frame rate capture: 4K is oversampled from 5K footage yielding incredibly detailed, low noise footage with much less rolling shutter than its predecessor. High frame rate movies can now be shot twice as long as before. An extensive video toolset features Log gamma profiles, zebras and peaking.
  • Extensive buffer, fast operation: Boosted processing power allows you to consecutively shoot up to 150 JPEGs, or 60 Raw/JPEGs, at 24 fps. You can also now review and check focus on your images immediately after shooting a burst.
  • Excellent image quality: The combination of Sony's excellent 20MP sensor and fast, sharp 24-70mm lens produces some of the best image quality we've seen on a compact camera.

Things to consider

  • No touchscreen: Lack of a touchscreen can make focus point placement or refocusing in video cumbersome.
  • Limited customizability: Few custom buttons and dials make it harder to take full control over the camera or use the extensive feature set the RX100 line has come to offer.
  • Hard on your wallet: The RX100 V doesn't come cheap. In fact, it's one of the most expensive compacts on the market.
  • Short battery life: The camera can squeeze out 220 shots per charge when shooting stills, but video will drain the battery even quicker so having a spare is advisable.
Notable features
20MP Exmor RS sensor with front-end LSI
20MP Exmor RS sensor with front-end LSI
The RX100 V uses the same excellent image sensor from the previous model, but adds a new front-end LSI to process the data off the sensor faster. This speeds up general operation and burst shooting, now available at an incredible 24 fps with AF, and massively improves 4K video.
315 phase-detect AF points
315 phase-detect AF points
This is the first RX100 model to feature a phase-detection autofocus system, which brings fast, precise and decisive autofocus across most of the frame, even in video.
Bright 2.9X zoom lens
Bright 2.9X zoom lens
The latest RX100 retains the fast F1.8-2.8, 24-70mm equivalent Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens of its predecessor. A built-in neutral density filter comes in handy for using large apertures or slow shutter speeds in bright light.
Pop-up EVF
Pop-up EVF
The RX100 V has a unique hi-res 2.4M-dot pop-up OLED electronic viewfinder, great for when it's too bright to use the LCD. Don't worry, there's still a built-in bounceable flash right next door.
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Introducing a new level of AF performance and speed to today’s compact camera market. The RX100 V boasts the world’s fastest AF speed (0.05 sec.), world’s fastest continuous shooting speed (24fps) with world’s most AF points 315 for a compact camera


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By Honest Reviewer TOP 1000 REVIEWER on November 4, 2016
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- Taking a picture, it understands the depth of where your main point (or person) is, which makes taking a picture quicker than most of its competitors.
- 24 fps with AF and AE makes taking any picture enough to be a short 5.k resolution movie clip.
- Videos come out as Ultra HD ( 5028 X 2929 pixel)
- Phase detection is a great asset as its autofocus makes sure that the target on screen doesn’t get missed out when taking 4k videos.
- The screen becomes very effective with its 180-degree flip and its 45-degree downward tilt option.
- Almost identical to its last two or three versions in size and built.
- Noise reduction and sharpening are still best in the market.
- I was able to immediately playback 24 fps round without waiting for time to load (kickass processor). There will be no waiting time when you want to view your photos.
- Can run off USB power if your battery is low (good for those who want to use this as a time-lapse).
- There are so many options regarding different forms of autofocus as the sensors are programmed to automatically target those about to be shot. The whole point of this camera is for it to do all the work and for you to just snap the photo.
- Flash and Popup viewfinder are always a benefit to have.
- You will be able to fit this in your pocket.
- One of the smallest devices out there regarding shooting in 4k.
- There is no loading phase when turning it on or off. The moment you turn it on its ready to go.
- Its mobile app allows you to use your phone as a remote control as well as transfer your photos and videos freely to your smartphone (The time of transfer depends on a number of images and how long your videos are, especially in 4k).
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I don't buy this RX-100 V from Amazon, but I'd like to put some comments based on my experience using it. By the way I have owned the first generation of RX-100 as well (model of 2012), but I have to replace it since it dropped very hard on the concrete a few months ago. Before I decide on this RX-100 V, I have also looked into and RX-100 IV - with only $100 different, I decide on this latest version instead. As always, RX-100 is very portable, it can fit in my pocket anywhere I go and it provide excellent 20MP pictures. That is a big selling point since I cannot find any other brand this this. There are cameras that can give us a little better picture quality with bigger MP, but they tend to be 3 times bigger and cost at least double or triple like Nikon D750, Nikon D500 or Nikon D5. Aside from excellent stills quality that I can easily blow then into clear/sharp 20x30 pictures (and maybe 24x36 as well), I like this new RX-100 V over my older model due to 4K videos, slow motion videos, and faster Continuous shooting (based on spec RX-100 V gives a maximum of 24fps, while RX-100 IV give only 16fps for Continuous). Just based on picture quality (stills and videos) and on portability, I would give this camera a 5-star. But I will give only a 4-star instead for this review. I hate that Sony have not improved on the interface such as touchscreen and better menu. The camera is not ergonomic, and I'm afraid I will drop it again in the future. To prevent dropping, I may need to spend and extra $30-$50 to add a shoulder strap. I hope after the new strap, it will still fit nicely in my pocket. Finally, this is my rating: a 4-star in general, and a 5-star for me since I care mostly on picture quality and portability.
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It's very good for a compact point and shoot. In all honesty, given the capabilities and image quality, it is quite impressive that this camera is this small. Sony's processing in the camera makes for quality images, even in a small camera handicapped by its sensor size. That being said, I am still skeptical that it was worth the price. Don't expect DSLR quality and feel. It feels like a compact camera and the images look like something between compact and DSLR. I am very satisfied with this camera as my backup or "packing light" camera. Focusing is as fast as advertised. Really quite amazing.

The camera seems a bit half-baked. The software seems ancient (really, T9 keyboard) while also offering some modern features like NFC and wifi sync. Oh but wifi sync can't find computers connected to a Wifi 5Ghz network because it's only standard 2.4GHz itself. The menus are awful. My Sony from around 2010 or so has the same menu system. Update that Sony, it's inexcusable on a $1,000 brand new camera. All of the features and processing of a higher end camera means better quality images--but it's frustrating trying to discover where all the features are buried under the myriad of confusing menus and nomenclature.

As of 10/29/2016, Sony's own product page is not nearly complete. Half of the manual/help links lead to "file missing" pages, and I cannot register the product because the model field on the registration page doesn't include the Mark V camera! On their own site! Sony seems to have impressive hardware that is hampered by their lackluster and outdated software.
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