Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1R – Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

By - June 27th, 2013

Sony Cyber shot DSC RX1R   Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

If you’re a serious shooter that wants your pictures to be crystal clear, Sony’s got a new toy for you. Just released, this new version of their full-frame Cyber-shot DSC-RX1 compact is identical in almost every way – even its $2,799.99 sticker price – except for the lack of an optical low-pass filter on the sensor, which allows you to shoot sharper photos. Besides the lack of the anti-aliasing filter in front of the sensor, the RX1R is the RX1’s twin; intended to be more of a “special edition” of the original camera that was first released last fall.  Inside its body, the camera has a 24-megapixel full frame CMOS sensor, 1080p/60p video recording, an ISO range of 10-25600, 5fps continuous shooting, and 14-bit RAW files. All together, Sony believes that the RX1R – with the “R” standing for resolution – will “bring new levels of realism to landscapes and other finely-detailed subjects.” You can pick up your own version of this finely-detailed subject beginning in July 2013 via the Sony online store

Sony Cyber shot DSC RX1R   Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

Sony Cyber shot DSC RX1R   Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

Sony Cyber shot DSC RX1R   Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

Sony Cyber shot DSC RX1R   Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

Sony Cyber shot DSC RX1R   Full Frame Digital Camera with Enhanced Resolution and Detail

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