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Sony announces RX100 Mk. VII with 90fps burst and microphone jack!

Sony updates its popular RX100 point-and-shoot camera to its 7th iteration with a new stacked CMOS sensor that offers real-time tracking in stills and video! 
Sony announces RX100 Mk. VII with 90fps burst and microphone jack!
RX100 Mk. VII

Sony RX100 Mark VII comes with a microphone jack!

The Japanese electronics giant has just unveiled the latest iteration of its popular powerhouse point-and-shoot camera, the RX100 Mk VII. It features a new 20.1MP 1-inch stacked CMOS sensor with DRAM chip built-in that brings up to 20 fps blackout-free burst shooting with full AF/AE, up to 90fps burst with AF/AE locked. 
The back of the RX100 Mk.VII
The back of the RX100 Mk.VII

On the sensor are 357 phase-detect and 425 contrast-detect autofocus points that allow for vastly improved real-time tracking and real-time eye AF for both humans and animals in stills and in video!

Several features are unchanged like the 24-200mm f/2.8 to f/4.5 35mm equivalent lens, the same pop-up electronic viewfinder, the flip-up touch screen, and the same battery.

In the video capabilities of the RX100 VII retains the 4K/30fps and 1080p at 120fps but now with an option to disable the 5-minute record limit and now with an improved '4K Active SteadyShot' stabilization that uses both electronic and optical stabilization which promises 8-times better stabilization. Sony also added a microphone jack which makes this one of the best options for compact and portable vlogging!

Price and availability

The touch display flips in two ways
The touch display flips in two ways

The new RX100 Mark VII is priced at USD 1,200 and is now available for pre-order in North America. There is no word yet on local pricing and availability. We will update this article once the information becomes available.

See also: Sony RX100 VII priced in the Philippines, now available for pre-order

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