The 10 Main Differences Between the Sony RX100 IV and RX100 V

Back when it was first released, the Sony RX100 IV surprised us with its exceptional speed, video performance and super slow motion capabilities up to 1000fps, something unseen on a compact camera before. It rightfully claimed the title of the most advanced compact camera on the market.

The new RX100 mark V retains most characteristics found on the previous version: 20MP of resolution, a 24-70mm (equivalent) f/1.8-2.8 zoom lens, 4K video, High Frame Rate mode, electronic shutter with 1/32000s and anti-distortion technology (no rolling shutter for stills), pop-up viewfinder, a 180° tilting screen and the same pocketable compact body.

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Sony a6300 and a6500

sony a6300 vs a6500

Update: our a6300 vs a6500 complete comparison is now online! Less than a year has passed since Sony announced the a6300, the model that took the original a6000’s place at the top of the APS-C chain, but this didn’t stop the company from announcing a brand new flagship camera this month: the a6500. While the two models …

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Canon EOS M5 and Sony a6300

sony a6300 vs canon dos m5

Of all the mirrorless cameras on the market today, the most logical competitor for the recently announced Canon EOS M5 is the Sony a6300. Why? Because they have so many features in common, including a 24MP APS-C sensor, advanced hybrid autofocus systems, built-in 0.39 type OLED electronic viewfinder with 2360K …

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The 10 Main Differences Between the Olympus OM-D E-M1 vs E-M1 Mark II

olympus omd em1 vs omd em1 ii

Three years ago, Olympus announced the OM-D E-M1, the camera that would officially mark the end of its Four Thirds Digital ‘E System’ and become the brand’s first serious mirrorless product for professional photographers. The E-M1 set a precedent by introducing exciting high-end features never before seen on a mirrorless …

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