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August 31, 2017

New Sony RX0 Ultra Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera Announced!!

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

The New RX0 Ultra Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera from Sony has been announced! Full Breakdown article now up Here >>

Basically this little camera has the form factor of most action cameras, but it has a much larger higher quality 1″ sensor optimized for speed, and a 24mm f/4 equivalent Zeiss lens. So the output of this ultra compact camera should blow away the competition, because as we know, Sony has the best sensors for this sort of thing in general.

The RX0 can be controlled from the Playmemories app and can work together with other RX0 cameras for a multi-shoot situations which action cameras are being used for like crazy these days. You know, stunts, concerts, live events, and stuff like that…

Top quality Zeiss optics will ensure that killer clarity, color, and minimal distortion are captured.

From BH Article

The RX0 is not designed to capture vacation surfing videos—its narrower, less distorted field of view will make it harder to see your feet while you surf, and extra features like timecode and the ability to focus on something other than infinity are probably over most people’s heads. What the RX0 allows is for professional videographers to mount cameras in places they have never been able to before and still get high-quality, timecode-synced video that can be integrated easily into a normal production workflow.

Key Features:

  • Outputs 4:2:2 UHD 4K Video via HDMI
  • Ultra-Compact, Lightweight Body
  • 20MP 1″ Stacked CMOS Sensor
  • Timecode-Sync Multiple Cameras
  • Internally Records 1080p60 Video
  • Zeiss 24mm-Equivalent Lens, f/4 Aperture
  • XAVC-S, AVCHD and .MP4 Recording
  • Control via App or VP1K Remote
  • NTSC/PAL Switchable
  • Max ISO = 12,800
  • Waterproof & Shockproof Body
  • Shockproof rating = 6.6′ / 2.0 m
  • Burst Photo = 16 Photos / 1 Second
  • Continuous shooting = Up to 5.5 fps
  • 1 x Micro-HDMI (Type-D)
  • Mic Input
  • Size = 2.4 x 1.6 x 1.2″ / 61.0 x 40.6 x 30.5 mm
  • Weight = 3.4 oz / 96 g
  • Price = $699.99
 

Glamour Shots of the New RX0:

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

 

Promo Videos of the New Sony RX0

 

Breakdown Courtesy of BHPhoto:

Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Waterproof and Shockproof Camera

The lightweight Sony RX0 Ultra-Compact Camera offers professional image quality in an action-camera sized form factor. Capable of outputting uncompressed 4K UHD video, it also records up to 1080p60 in-camera at 50 Mb/s in XAVC.

A Zeiss 24mm-equivalent f/4.0 lens provides a wide, but not distorted, field-of-view.

Its 21MP 1″ stacked CMOS sensor produces minimal rolling-shutter artifacts, and is protected by the RX0’s waterproof and shockproof body. Geared towards multi-camera recording, up to five cameras can be timecode-synced and controlled via the Sony Play Memories smartphone app (iOS and Android). When connected to a Wi-Fi router, greater than five cameras can be synced, suiting the RX0 for concerts, stunts, and other multi-camera applications.

Internal recording options include 24/25/30/50 and 60 fps at 1080p, all at 50 Mb/s in the XAVC codec, as well as super-slow motion at up to 960 fps. Still photos can be captured in both raw and JPEG with shutter speeds as fast as 1/32,000/second, and in bursts up to 16 fps. Uncompressed UHD 4K video is output via HDMI for capture to external recorders. The Sony RX0’s additional pro-style features include manual- and auto-focus modes, a 20″ minimum focus distance, S-Log2 recording, NTSC and PAL compatibility, and on-camera control buttons.

The Sony RX0 includes a rechargeable NP-BJ1 battery, an AC adapter, micro-USB cable, and wrist strap. The camera itself is waterproof down to 33′, and can be used down to 330′ with the optional MPK-HSR1 waterproof housing (available separately).

– Ultra-compact, lightweight, waterproof, and shockproof camera body
– Outputs uncompressed UHD 4K to an external recorder, captures up to 1080p60 internally
– 20MP 1″ stacked CMOS sensor provides optimal image quality, and minimizes rolling-shutter artifacts
– 24mm-equivalent f/4 lens provides a wide view without barrel distortion
– Can record video clips longer than 30 minutes
– Timecode-sync and control of up to five cameras with one smartphone, control greater than five cameras when connected to Wi-Fi
– Sony Play Memories app is available in both iOS and Android versions
– NTSC and PAL–compatible
 

Closing Remarks

The action camera market should be happy to see this new RX0 from Sony I would say! Knowing Sony, the quality output of this unit should be killer, and will most likely leave the relative competition in the dust.

Sony also makes action cameras, so it will be interesting to see how this camera plays into that market. This looks perfect for mounting to drones I’m thinking.

After some further thought, this is clearly not designed to be an action camera, but more of a “next to the action” camera… A Separate market for sure! To replace having to use an expensive camera on the side-lines, but way better quality than the standard action camera…

So, what do you think of this new little movie maker from Sony?

I gatta run, but I’ll catch up with you later,

Jay


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4 Comments


  1. Jason Hutchens

    I’m not seeing any mention of steadyshot. Am I missing something?


    • Jay

      Hi Jason,

      No I don’t think your missing anything. I think this really is not an action camera, but more of a crash came style unit. At first I was thinking action camera, but after further thought, I’m now thinking that is not the case at all. This camera seams to be for capturing the action, but not necessarily on the person or machine like an action camera would be. More on the side-lines, so it can get dirty and wet. Like in the spots where we would want a real camera, but don’t want to take the chance with it type of thing. I think crash cam is the best way to describe this new unit.

      Jay


  2. Jonas

    This market is not about cameras, lenses, 4K or HD.. It’s about water proofing, weather sealing, shock resistance… My questions around this product would be about how to get it strapped to my head, backpack, shoes or chest while I swim, dive or climb, etc.. Zeiss means NOTHING in this business. 4K is about as irrelevant as it can get in this context.


    • Jay

      Very good points Jonas and thanks for the comments. The RX0 really isn’t marketed for action per say, but more like on the side-lines of the action. It really doesn’t seam to be designed for wearability and has no steadyshot… Zeiss does mean something though I think. Top quality optics are just that, and a camera is nothing without optics 😉 4k is just the resolution of the video, so that also means something to people looking to produce good quality footage for todays TV’s etc…

      Jay



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