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4 minutes ago, Arikhan said:

C'mon @BTM_Pix, overheating is a feature...An important innovation, helping shooters to plan their takes carefully. It simply doesn't make sense nowadays to shoot Godfahther IV in a single, continuous take. Overheating warnings are artistic reminders...

This :)

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12 minutes ago, Arikhan said:

C'mon @BTM_Pix, overheating is a feature...An important innovation, helping shooters to plan their takes carefully. It simply doesn't make sense nowadays to shoot Godfahther IV in a single, continuous take. Overheating warnings are nothing but artistic reminders...

Weirdly phrased though.. I would respond better to a notification that says "you're playing god again!"

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2 hours ago, Arikhan said:

Interesting: Sony just announced the new RX10 IV bridge camera (fixed lens F2.4-4.0), capable to shoot high bursts - 24fps per second with a buffer of 249 images, even in RAW. That means 10 seconds of RAW video. Great!

...without sound, with unreliable frame rate, and probably with the need to hold your finger on the shutter release so that you will lose half of those 10 seconds because of camera shake...

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Just now, cantsin said:

...without sound, with unreliable frame rate, and probably with the need to hold your finger on the shutter release so that you will lose half of those 10 seconds because of camera shake...

The headline is a bit misleading but with a tripod and a cable release perhaps you can do it without shake.  10 seconds is a long time for certain clips.  If you are doing quick cuts 10 seconds is an eternity.  Niche use but I do family videos with short clips all the time.

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3 hours ago, BTM_Pix said:

Intentionally or is that just the point at which it stops because its overheated like their other cameras?

Buffer runs out at that point, so the frame rate goes down since there is no space any more.

44 minutes ago, cantsin said:

...without sound, with unreliable frame rate, and probably with the need to hold your finger on the shutter release so that you will lose half of those 10 seconds because of camera shake...

10 seconds is a long time for a lot of stuff. 

Putting the camera on a tripod and triggering the sequence using your cell phone will eliminate any shake.

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23 minutes ago, tugela said:

Buffer runs out at that point, so the frame rate goes down since there is no space any more.

10 seconds is a long time for a lot of stuff. 

I wasn't being entirely serious.

And yes, 10 seconds can seem like an absolute lifetime for a lot of things.

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Does it have a bigger buffer than the RX100 V? Seems unlikely to me as the buffer memory is part of the sensor, and they have the exact same sensor.

I am actually surprised Sony bothered with this model... They should put it on a 2 year cycle with bigger differences between models.

If the RX100 V style AF dramatically speeds up the telephoto end of that lens it will be a miracle as well :)

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1 hour ago, Andrew Reid said:

Does it have a bigger buffer than the RX100 V? Seems unlikely to me as the buffer memory is part of the sensor, and they have the exact same sensor.

I am actually surprised Sony bothered with this model... They should put it on a 2 year cycle with bigger differences between models.

If the RX100 V style AF dramatically speeds up the telephoto end of that lens it will be a miracle as well :)

This is basically updating the RX10 line to the technology currently in the RX100 line, which should not be surprising. The RX line undergoes frequent iterative updates (well, not the RX1, which presumably does not sell well), and that is good since it keeps the line competitive. Sony probably sells enough of these things that they can afford to do that.

I have not used a RX100M4, but own both the M3 and M5. Focusing is hugely improved in the M5 over the M3 (which focused painfully slowly and often you needed to use manual focus to get the thing to focus properly at all, especially in video). It certainly took a lot of the frustration out of using the RX100.

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24-600mm[iv] F2.4-F4- same lens

UHD full pixel readout-same resolution

1.0-type 20.1 MP Exmor RS CMOS stacked image sensor- same sensor

DRAM chip along with a powerful BIONZ X™ image processor and front-end LSI-same bulshit

high speed Anti-Distortion Shutte- same shutter 

24p or 30p in 4K mode (100 Mbps)Xavcs- same codec

4k at max 30fps-same frame rate

slowmotion 4 seconds buffer-same limitation 

No DCI4K

No New codec[Rx10ii is very bad when intercut with FS7, visible softness, pixel noise]

No 4k timelapse mode incamera

Only thig changes is Newfocussing system and touch screen, Price is 1700$. whic is close to Panasonic GH5.

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1 hour ago, ssrdd said:

24-600mm[iv] F2.4-F4- same lens

UHD full pixel readout-same resolution

1.0-type 20.1 MP Exmor RS CMOS stacked image sensor- same sensor

DRAM chip along with a powerful BIONZ X™ image processor and front-end LSI-same bulshit

high speed Anti-Distortion Shutte- same shutter 

24p or 30p in 4K mode (100 Mbps)Xavcs- same codec

4k at max 30fps-same frame rate

slowmotion 4 seconds buffer-same limitation 

No DCI4K

No New codec[Rx10ii is very bad when intercut with FS7, visible softness, pixel noise]

No 4k timelapse mode incamera

No 4:2:2

No ND filter

No Dual cards slot

Only thig changes is Newfocussing system and touch screen, Price is 1700$. whic is close to Panasonic GH5.

 

 

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