Product Feature | RX100 VII | Sony | Cyber-shot

Product Feature | RX100 VII | Sony | Cyber-shot


RX100 VII 24-200mm* high-zoom lens in a pocket-size body
*Angle of view (35mm format equivalent). 24-200mm* high-zoom lens in a pocket-size body
24mm / 70mm / 200mm
*Angle of view (35mm format equivalent). ZEISS® Vario-Sonnar T* 24-200mm* F2.8-4.5 zoom lens
*Angle of view (35mm format equivalent). ZEISS® Vario-Sonnar T* 24-200mm* F2.8-4.5 zoom lens
AA (advanced aspherical) lens
ED aspherical lens
Aspherical lens                      
*Angle of view (35mm format equivalent). Condensing the outstanding technology of α9 New 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor The latest image processing engine Blackout-free Shooting*
Conventional camera / RX100 VII
*When using electronic shutter. Slower shutter speeds will reduce the refresh rate of the screen. 20fps* continuous shooting, using 60 times/sec.** AF/AE calculations
*When using the electronic shutter with “Continuous shooting mode: Hi”. Effective when the electronic shutter speed is 1/60 or above.
**When using the electronic shutter. Effective when the electronic shutter speed is 1/60 or above. Single Burst Shooting* at up to 90fps**
*Seven still images are shot per burst. Focus and exposure are fixed at the first shot.
**When Drive Mode set to “Single Burst Shooting: Hi”. Single Burst Shooting* at up to 90fps**
90fps (0.011sec.)
7photos
*Seven still images are shot per burst. Focus and exposure are fixed at the first shot.
**When Drive Mode set to “Single Burst Shooting: Hi”. 0.02 sec.* fast AF
*CIPA standard, internal measurement, at f=9.0mm (wide-end), EV6.6, Program Auto, Focus mode: AF-A, Focus area: Center. 357 phase-detection AF points 425 contrast-detection AF points Real-time Tracking for stills Real-time Tracking for movies Touch Tracking for stills and movies Real-time Eye AF for stills Real-time Eye AF for movies Real-time Eye AF for animals (stills only) 20.1MP* resolution and ISO100-12800 sensitivity
*Approximate effective megapixels. Excellent colour and texture reproduction 4.0-step* effective Optical SteadyShot™
OFF (Simulated) / ON
*CIPA standard, pitch/yaw directions, at 200mm (Angle of view, 35mm format equivalent). Interval Shooting* for time-lapse movies
*Wi-Fi is not operational during Interval Shooting. Post-editing is required. 4K HDR (HLG) video recording*
*3840 x 2160 pixels. When “Auto Power Off Temperature” is set to “Standard”, continuous shooting is possible for about 5 minutes. Connect this product to an HDR (HLG) compatible Sony TV via a USB cable to display HDR (HLG) movies. Picture Profile for creative expression
S-Log3/S-Gamut3 / After colour grading Optical SteadyShot™ Active mode for 4K movies*
Standard mode / Active mode
*3840 x 2160 pixels. When “Auto Power Off Temperature” is set to “Standard”, continuous shooting is possible for about 5 minutes. Microphone jack for high-quality sound Vertical-position data recording Tiltable LCD screen
Up to approx. 180 degrees
Down to approx. 90 degrees One-push Access EVF RX100 VII
Pro features in a to-go package Sony, Exmor RS, BIONZ X, SteadyShot and other marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
All other company and product names mentioned herein are used for identification purposes only and may be the trademarks or registered tarademarks of their respective owners.
Product design, features, specifications are subject to change without notice.
Product availability varies depending on market.
Accessories are optional.
Screen displays and effects used to illustrate some functions are simulated.

A photographer’s take on analog documentation in a digital world

A photographer’s take on analog documentation in a digital world


JUDY WOODRUFF: Tonight’s Brief But Spectacular
features artist Uldus Bakhtiozina. The award-winning photographer explains her
vision of documenting dreams. It’s part of our ongoing Canvas series. ULDUS BAKHTIOZINA, Photographer: I’m not a
documentary photographer in the common sense, but I am a documentary photographer in a different
sense. I document dreams. My photography is widely exposing theme of
escapism. All of us struggle sometimes to escape in
order to analyze our reality. I love complicated personalities. And, actually, real life inspires me to create
my images. I choose to work with people who are survivors,
who are fighting everyday routines that are not always full of color. What I really find exciting is the ability
to make people’s dreams of being someone else a reality. Sometimes, it take months to actually prepare
everything for the shoot. This process, like, of getting ready is 95
percent of the time. And 5 percent is actual just the shooting. Real life inspires our escape. And, sometimes, that escape is very needed. Irony is still the key in what I’m doing,
because I believe that, in our life, it’s a lot of sadness. We need a little bit of irony to art as well. Digitally manipulated photograph is not really
true for me. It doesn’t capture anything real. That’s like, instead of going traveling, you
just look at someone else travel photographs. I work with analogue. In spite of the fact that, nowadays, digitally
you can create pretty much everything, I don’t like this path. I see the beauty in authenticity of making. And that’s impossible without flaws. I see the future of photography 95 percent
is digital, and I’m very happy about that, because that makes me special. My name is Uldus Bakhtiozina. This is my Brief But Spectacular take on documenting
dreams.

Victop 7″ High Resolution Digital Photo Frame

Victop 7″ High Resolution Digital Photo Frame


Hey, it’s Bauer. We’ve got a couple of cool seven inch picture frames for you here. Both look very, very similar, but they’re actually quite a bit different and we’ll walk you through both of them. They are both very, very capable. What’s cool about these is they’re not really super expensive. They’re quite basic, they’re not going to do all kinds of extra stuff that you wouldn’t find in most pictures frames, but they’re a great value and they look really nice. You know, they don’t have these cheap wood frames, they have a nice metal-looking frame, they look really, really cool. Seven inches, this one here runs at 800 by 480, while this one over here is going to be running at 480 by 234. So that’s a big resolution difference, so depending on how clear you want your pictures to be, if you don’t mind your pictures looking a little more grainy on the screen, they still look really good, they still look really colorful, but if you don’t mind a little less resolution you can go with this one. If you’re looking for a higher resolution, a few more features, this is the one to check out. So let me go ahead and show you around the more high end one first, since there’s a lot more to show here. It does run at 800 by 480, it does music, it does photo and it does videos; and you can actually get to all those functions with this remote control right here. All you have to do is simply push your setup button. That’s going to give you all your various slide show effects that are available inside of this frame. It actually does very cool looking presentations. As you can see, there are lots of different effects that you can use in here when you are designing your slideshows and running them on your frame. As well, as you can see, we also have the option to do music and video. If we load up, we actually don’t have any videos on this card, but you can set up music and video playlists on this frame, so that you can play your music and watch your videos right on this thing. In fact it will to MP4 and it will do AVIs for your videos, the ones that you want to load on there, so make sure the format is the right one when you are trying to do that. You can also control your volume, because you can play music behind your slideshows as well; and you can get to your various functions with this remote control, which makes it really, really handy. On the top here, look at this, this is where you are going to find all your buttons, this is what makes all the magic happen here. You got a play button over here, a combo button, which is going to let you combine your various elements, your going to be able to combine your music, and your videos, and your slideshow into a presentation, you have video, you have photo and you have music, right over here. So they’re all right here along the top of this frame. You’re going to be able to get to all of that stuff. Now, on this side here, this is where you’re actually going to find your SD card slot right here and your compact flash card slot right here. So it will take compact flash as a storage medium, and USB is always handy and it’s right there, so you can use your flash drives right there, as well, and a headphone port, so you can plug in your headphones, and jam out to your picture frame, in your living room, if you want to. So that is this one, that is a 400 or 800 by 480 resolution on that one. Now this one over here, is 480 by 234. It does have a slightly lower resolution, but you can see, it still looks really, really nice, and it’s a really, really, really inexpensive picture frame actually, as you can. But it does just have basic functions. It will only do pictures, your not going to get any music or any video on this frame, but it is very easy to navigate, it is very easy to use, it does a very simple menu system to allow you to get through, load up, choose your different pictures, choose your various slideshows, they’re all available right there. It will do SD and it will do USB memory, as well, so those are both built into the card. And on the top, you can see the buttons, for navigating all those menus, are located right across the top. Makes it really, really easy to use the frame actually. So, just four or five simple buttons, this one does not take compact flash, this one’s going to be SD only, but it will also take a memory stick as well. So your going to be able to use that in addition to the SD card. So, if you’re in the market for a nice picture frame, maybe for the holidays, or for a birthday or something like that. You can never go wrong with these right, because everyone has digital pictures, everybody wants to show them off and these make it very convenient, you can put them anywhere in the house. So this one right here, of course, the seven inch frame, this one’s going to do 800 by 480 with videos and music and all that stuff as well. And this one over here, a little more simple, going to do just pictures, but it’s going to do them well and play very simple slideshows for you. So, either one of these is a great choice, just depending on what you want in features. So go check them out, they’re the Victop seven inch pictures frames, and they’re available right now. To get more information on these Victop seven inch photo frames, go to any of the retailers listed here, for the 800 by 480 version, type in V119-1002, and for the lower resolution 480 by 234 version, type in V119-1000. For ComputerTV, I’m Bauer. (C) 2008 SYX Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Hanspree  8″ Memorable Series Digital Photo Ceramic Frame

Hanspree 8″ Memorable Series Digital Photo Ceramic Frame


Why hello there, it’s Bauer, and we’ve got a very interesting digital picture frame for you here. This one is extremely customizable, a really great gift for the mom, or the aunt, or the grandma, because you know how they always like to dress up and decorate the house, now they can dress up and decorate their digital photo frame, and this is actually a really nice digital photo frame with a really nice, high resolution and a lot of really nice features on it, it’s also really easy to use, but one of the things that sets this one apart of course are these extra surrounds that go on this. As you can see right now, we’ve got our Hannspree frame decked-out for a birthday here, as you can see all those very delightful birthday graphics….now these are cool, these are actually made of ceramic, so these aren’t little plasticky things, these are serious here. So anytime you feel like you want to change up for an occasion, you don’t have to put a frame on at all, it will work like this, you can have a nice, black, simple bezel on this thing, but you know, when Valentine’s Day rolls around, look at this. Now it’s a Valentine’s Day frame– it’s like having three frames in one. Actually, I guess it would be more like four frames in one, because you can also just go with the simple black frame, but you can do that– they do have another– look, there’s a holiday one here too! Look at that– holiday– it’s very exciting. Good for the holidays, i’d say. Besides the fact that you can put these little surrounds on them, it is actually a really nice frame. It does 800 x 480 resolution, it goes up to a 16:9 aspect ratio, it’ll take JPEG photo files, it will also play MP3 audio and will do slideshows with your MP3 audio, it’ll do AVI, it’ll do XVID, and it’ll do MPEG 1, 2, and 4 movie files so you can listen and watch all your movies on this frame as well, it also has a clock and calendar function built in, it’s going to handle extremely high resolution photos, it’ll actually take up to 16-megapixel JPEG photos on this frame, so let me show you how it works. Right now we’re running a little slideshow, ran around– there’s one of our producers right there. One of our angry producers– look how angry he looks in that picture, I don’t really understand why he looks like that. But we have a remote with this, this is used for navigating the frame, there’s also buttons along the top of the frame as well that will make it really easy to use if you happen to lose the remote or whatever. But there are just a few simple functions on this, when you push the menu button it’s going to take you to the main menu, and this is where you can configure the frame, you can load up the files, as you can see you’ve got photos, you’ve got videos, you’ve got your music… the calendar is actually really nice because the calendar will actually display your photos within the calendar itself and also give you the time, and it’s a nice picture in a digital picture frame because it actually makes it more useful, I know I never know what time it is or what day it is, and if I got one of these, I’d know, all the time. As you can see, also, we’ve got all your settings right in here, and your file manager– this will actually allow you to copy files from your cards onto the internal memory on this frame, so that’s handy as well. But it is very easy to use– there aren’t a whole heck of a lot of options in this thing to confuse you, these are your settings for your slideshows, there are a number of different transition effects that you can put in to all of your different slideshows, of course you can also just use the randomize feature, you can change your interval times, you can figure out if you want your clock displayed or not, and of course you can also choose if you want music playing from the device while your showing your slideshows. You also have your calendar set-up, and your basic set-up that lets you set up all your basic stuff like contrast and such. I don’t have any videos loaded on here right now, but it will play videos if they are loaded in there, the buttons along the top are also used to navigate this frame, as you can see right there there are a bunch of buttons that allow you to navigate through it, and really those buttons all have the same functionality as what you’re going to find on the remote control. On the side, right here you’re going to find all of your cards and slots and such, right here is where your USB cable can go so that you can copy files from your computer directly to the frame, or you can use your small format SD and MMC cards or CompactFlash cards will also fit into the device right there. There’s also a headphone port on the side so you can plug in headphones when you’re jamming out to your slideshows. On the back, you’re also going to find mounting holes as well, so this frame can be hung on a wall if you would like, and the stand actually rotates to portrait or landscape, so you can rotate the frame as well. And as you can see, it automatically senses the orientation, so you don’t have to worry about setting it up you can just turn it around and it will automatically rotate to fit your pictures. Look at those cute lions. Those are adorable. So this is a really nice frame, and this is a really good gift because these are always a good gift. Mom, and Aunt Suzy, and Grandma Jones, they all really like digital picture frames all the time, and this is a great one because it can handle all of your different formats, it can do all of your videos, you can play some music along with it, and of course you can dress it up and make it look all pretty for Valentine’s Day– I think that’s upside down… yeah, Valentine’s Day. I don’t have any good- listen, let’s see how cute those little elephants will look on Valentine’s Day…. look how much cuter those elephants are on Valentine’s Day. And those giraffes- what are those things? Why are those there? I guess those are Hannspree animals? Think so. But go check this one out, it’s eight-inches, a very, very nice size, really nice resolution at 800 x 480, it can handle a lot more video formats than most of the digital picture frames that you’ll find out there, I mean it will actually play XVID files on this frame. So it’s sharp, you should go check it out, it’s very nice, very customizable, the Hannspree eight-inch digital photo frame. To grab some more info on the Hannspree eight-inch digital photo frame that goes up to an 800 x 480 resolution, go to any of the retailers listed here and type in H94-2004. For ComputerTV, I’m Bauer. (C) 2008 SYX Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Arzopa 10 inch Widescreen Digital Photo Frame Review

Arzopa 10 inch Widescreen Digital Photo Frame Review


Hello and today we’re going to take a
quick look at the Arzopa 10 inch digital display, this is available in white or
black trim, quite a nice thin frame. Around the back you’ve got some controls
in case you lose the little remote that’s included and you can use this
with an SD card USB or it also has an HDMI in. Frame can be wall mounted or it
can be stood up and I must admit I was a little bit confused because in the
provided manual it says there’s a screw in stand, but this wasn’t included
in fact you just get this little round stand and that just has these little
bits that you attach and that allows you to then stand this upright it stays nice
and firmly in place and looks really nice when it stood up. It is branded at
the bottom and there’s a little IR receiver you’ll need a memory card, I’m
going to be using an SD card, that just slots in the back and it’s hidden out of
sight unless you turn the frame around. The
included remotes quite chunky but it does the job it comes with the battery
pre-installed and it allows you to navigate around the frames menu from
afar, it’s got a little IR receiver on the front. You can choose to select
photos music video or calendar, there’s also the option of going through the
settings. Once you’re selecting your photos you can see it’s actually showing
folder views so if you wanted to just have everything in one folder that’s
probably for the best or if you want a particular selection of
photos you can do that as well by splitting them into folders. Once it’s
playing you’ll see that the photos themselves look really good I think from
any angle these look great and you have the option of zooming in if you want to,
so you can zoom right in, you can also rotate the picture around and you can
zoom out a little bit as well so if it’s a wider shot than is shown on the screen
you can zoom right out and you’ll have the black bar on the top bottom or
around size depending on the picture size. You’ve got a lot of options in the
settings menu so you can change the time that’s pictures are shown you can have
different modes repeat modes if you set the time correctly that also allows you
to have an auto power on and off which I’ll show you in a second. I think out of
the box the brightness, contrast, etc are fine but if you’re not quite happy
with them you can just those as well. This doesn’t have any kind of proximity
sensor so if you want it to turn off by itself you’ll need to go in and set the
auto power setting so you set the hour on and then the hour a minute off and
once that’s done it will automatically turn itself on or off. As you can see the
pitch quality is very good on this this were photos shot using a one plus five
and they’re coming out really nicely on this ten inch frame the colors in
particular great it was a beautiful day as you can see sandy beach, nice blue sea,
blue and red’s coming out there for the parachute the sand color is all good. One
thing I wasn’t so keen on was if you are using the video mode if you don’t
want to hear it you have to put it right down but if you put it to mute, mute
stays on in the top left corner and that’s a little bit annoying. So there you go overall a very good little photo frame for the price I think pictures look very good, video also very good as you can hear the speakers are a little bit tinny But it’s nice to be able to review old footage if you want to. I hope you’ve found this short review useful, if you have please consider hitting the subscribe button. I’ll see you next time!

VuPoint Digital Photo Converter

VuPoint Digital Photo Converter


Hey, what’s going on? It’s Bauer and you’re
watching Computer TV. Of course you can get all the forums and all the
blog posts and all the information that you want including more videos on great products like this
one from VuPoint at Com.puter.tv. But lets go and jump into this because the
VuPoint folks have come up with a very simple solution to a problem that a lot of people have,
and that’s getting their old printed photographs into their computer, and being able to do it
really really easily. And the VuPoint Digital Photo Convertor does just
that. It does one job, does it pretty well. It’s very simple, very simple operation.
Basically, you have one USB port, or one USB plug, attached to your device plugged in into your
computer. Your Vista or Windows XP machine. It comes with a few trays, for various photo
sizes. A 3×5, 4×6 and 5×7, so depending on which size photograph you’re trying to scan,
you just take your photo and slide it in there. This right here, I believe, is the, what was it,
4×6, I believe. If you want to scan your 4×6 image you simply
slide it into the tray, just like that, you can see it just slides right down in there.
And once you have the image slide in a tray, open this up back here. See there is a slot in the
back for it. You drop your tray into the slot, and you push the copy button which will launch
the software, take a snapshot of your image and put it into whatever photo editing software
that you like to use. In fact, it does it very very quickly, pretty much
instantaneously, it will convert it to a 5 Megapixel Image and it will scan it at 1800 dpi,
so you’ve got a nice high resolution image that comes from your original printed photograph.
So it will also automatically adjust exposure and will automatically adjust color balance to
make sure that all of your photos look as good or maybe even better than they do on the printed
paper. So if you have a whole bunch of photographs laying around, and you really really want to get
them all onto your computer, and you want to do it really really simply, all you need is the VuPoint
Digital Photo Convertor. It’s literally as simple as sliding your picture
into one of these trays and droping the tray into the back of the device right here. That’s all you
have to do to get all of your photos scanned into your computer.
So to get more information on this device, and more, as I said earlier go to com.puter.tv to
participate in our forums and read all the blogs. Otherwise, happy picture scan! To get more info on the VuPoint Digital Photo
Convertor go to any of the retailers you see listed here and type in V223-1002.
For Computer Tv, I’m Bauer. (C) 2008 SYX Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Synaps 15″ Portrait Style Digital Photo Frame

Synaps 15″ Portrait Style Digital Photo Frame


Alright, so if it hadn’t been for the fact that I
know I’ve actually seen a 42 inch picture frame, this would be the second largest picture frame,
I have ever seen. This is the Synaps, Portrait Style 15 inch
Digital Photo Frame. Now, I don’t usually do photo frame reviews, but
Bauer was completely done, and he just couldn’t do another one, he’s over it.
And his enthusiasm level was dropping so I was like “You know what, let me do one,
’cause I haven’t done one in a while.” And this is an incredible photo frame.
It’s absolutely.. It’s just amazing. First of all, this stuff right here, man, I’m
tapping on it and it feels like it’s wood. It’s not, it’s plastic, but it feels like wood.
See that right there? That is the IR Receiver for your remote control.
You know all those silly buttons these things have and you have to like figure them out, like how to
program them? Forget that. Onscreen with this remote control makes it so
much easier. Now this is a 1024 by 768 pixel display. It’s got 2 speakers, which they’re
actually kind of hidden, over here on the back side. On each side there’s
stereo speakers. They have Multi-Card slots, you’ll see over here. Boom, right up in there,
you got your USB, you got a bigger USB, and then you have all these card slots. Those are
going to do your CF cards, your SD cards, your MS cards and your MMC cards. So pretty
much all the really popular ones, except for XD which nobody really uses anyway.
Coming over here you have a power LED, you have an audio out, in case you want to take
that 2 channel audio to bigger speakers so you can make more of like a slideshow kind
of deal, in a bigger place. That’s the other thing about this, is it does
do music, it does have an MP3 player, it also does videos which is quite impressive,
it does JPEG, BMPs, MP3s, DATs, MPEG 1s, MPEG 4s. Got a little power switch
and you plug it right there, and in case you didn’t see it earlier right
there is where the speakers are. Right there, there’s one there.
And there’s another one right there. Soy they’re stereo speakers which is kind of cool.
You got all your buttons up here in the back, but I highly recommend you use the remote
control. It’s much easier. To see the menu’s on the screen rather than
try to figure out what these buttons do. Another really cool thing is… Check this out.
See these right here? These are VESA Mounting points. Actually they’re
not really VESA, I would say. I don’t know if they’re actually certified from
VESA, but you know what these do? You can mount this on the wall, and
that looks really cool, when you have a digital photo frame on the wall. So that’s very
cool, that’s another thing I liked about it very much, and more than anything
it’s got to be the great look. Look at that screen. Very sharp. It will play
any video you want, it will play the pictures, it will play music,
you can do a slideshow with music over it, it’s beautiful and it’s very very large. This is
as big as some people computer monitors. That’s just crazy talk. That’s absurd,
15 inch! Ok, so it’s huge, you heard all the… Now,
I’m pretty much done, and I kind of ran out of things to talk about,
so if you have any question on it, should I let them email me for this one? Don’t email me, just buy it.
It’s beautiful and you’re going to love it. It’s got a great picture. If you have any
questions on it email me, I’m just kidding, see you later. For more information on the Synaps 15 inch
Portrait Style Digital Photo Frame, type in F93-1010 into the search engine of any
of these major retailers. For Computer TV, I’m Albert. (C) 2008 SYX Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS “Smooth Motion Optics” | Sony | α lens

E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS “Smooth Motion Optics” | Sony | α lens


α Mount System Super 35mm / APS-C format
E-mount Power Zoom Lens
E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS Compact, lightweight design for maximum mobility Triple Ring Operation Focus Ring        Iris Ring
Zoom Ring Zoom Rotation Reversal Capability 18-110mm Standard Zoom
6.1x Zoom Ratio Smooth Motion Optics
No Axial Shift While Zooming
Constant maximum F4 maximum aperture throughout the zoom range for flexible operation Axial Shift While Zooming
Conventional DSLR Lens [Left] No Axial Shift While Zooming E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS
[Right] Axial Shift While Zooming Conventional DSLR Lens 200% view
(Post-shooting edit) Smooth Motion Optics
No Focus Shift While Zooming
E PZ 18-110 mm F4 G OSS Focus Shift While Zooming
Conventional DSLR Lens [Left] No Focus Shift While Zooming E PZ 18-110 mm F4 G OSS
[Right] Focus Shift While Zooming Conventional DSLR Lens 300% view
(post-shooting edit) Smooth Motion Optics
Minimized Focus Breathing
(Shifts in angle of view during focusing) E PZ 18-110 mm F4 G OSS Focus Breathing
(Shifts in angle of view during focusing) Conventional DSLR Lens [Left] Minimized Focus Breathing E PZ 18-110 mm F4 G OSS
[Right] Focus Breathing Conventional DSLR Lens 140% of view
(post-shooting edit) E PZ 18-110 mm F4 G OSS
with PXW-FS7 Super 35mm / APS-C format
E-mount Power Zoom Lens
E PZ 18-110mm F4 G OSS

5x Slow Motion in Full HD | Alpha 6300 | Sony | α

5x Slow Motion in Full HD | Alpha 6300 | Sony | α


Full HD 120fps* shooting
Up to 5x slow motion Normal Speed
With AF tracking 5x slow motion
With AF tracking Normal Speed
With AF tracking 5x slow motion
With AF tracking Normal Speed
With AF tracking 5x slow motion
With AF tracking Normal Speed
With AF tracking 5x slow motion
With AF tracking