Sony has quite recently overhauled two of its most well known camera arrangement with new models – the A6500 and the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 V otherwise known as the RX100 V. The A6500 is the follow up to the A6300(Review ), which is as of now Sony's leader APS-C camera which now gets 5-hub optical picture adjustment, touchscreen and quicker handling. This can be yours for $1,400 (around Rs. 93,500) for the body-just, sending in November.
The Sony RX100 V is the new lead conservative premium camera which gloats of PDAF and new front-end LSI chip for better handling speeds. It will set you back $1,000 (around Rs. 66,800) when it goes on special this month.
Sony officially set the bar entirely high with the A6300 for an APS-C exchangeable focal point mirrorless camera, and the A6500 expands on that achievement. The A6500 gets a hefty portion of the elements we've officially tried on the A6300 like the 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, 425 PDAF focuses, 11fps burst shooting, 4K video and elements like noiseless shooting, Eye-AF, and so on.
What's enhanced is a bigger cushion, which now gives you a chance to shoot up to 307 casings. Looking into the pictures you've shot in burst mode ought to likewise be snappier because of the front-end LSI chip which speeds up handling times.
Be that as it may, the greatest elements to have been included are the 5-pivot picture adjustment and a touchscreen LCD (at long last!). While Sony's SteadyShot adjustment in the focal points makes an average showing with regards to, it's no match for appropriate in-body adjustment.
The 5-axis stabilisation makes its way for the first time to Sony’s APS-C cameras and claims to offer a compensation equivalent to using a 5-stop faster shutter speed. This works with all E-mount and A-mount lenses (via an adaptor). The touchscreen on the Sony A6500 allows for additional tricks like pulling the focus by simply dragging your finger across the screen.
The RX100 V is the follow up to the RX100 IV, which launched in India last year . The big change here is in the autofocus system, which gets an adrenaline boost with 315 PDAF points that cover 65 percent of the sensor, for improved focus tracking. Processing speeds also gets an upgrade thanks to the front-end LSI chips which works alongside the Bionz X image processor which now delivers a crazy 24fps burst shooting at 20.1-megapixel resolution. Video capabilities include 4K video recording as well as slow-motion video at up to 960fps, similar to what we saw in the RX10 III (Review ).
Other features on the Sony RX100 V include a new 1-inch stacked CMOS sensor, 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens, 3x optical zoom, 3-inch tilting LCD (non-touch) and Wi-Fi and NFC.