Sony’s gunning for the throne, and looking to go toe-to-toe against the beloved Leica Q with the release of their all new shooter, the Sony RX1R II camera.
Serving as the successor to the popular RX1R released back in 2013, Sony’s latest offering is equipped with a 42.4 megapixel full-frame Exmor R CMOS sensor, helping this thing compete with the best DSLRs on the market. The camera also comes with other impressive features like a built-in pop-up OLED viewfinder for eye-level shots, 399 focus point Auto-Focus that’s sped up 30%, Wi-FI and NFC, along with a Zeiss 34mm F/2.0 lens. It also features the world’s first optical variable low-pass filter as well. The camera is gearing up for a November release, just in time for the holidays, and will retail for $2,799. [Purchase]
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