• Sony RX0 II
  • Sony RX0 II
  • Sony RX0 II
  • Sony RX0 II
  • Sony RX0 II
  • Sony RX0 II

Specs / Features


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Specification

Hardware
Sensor 1.0"-type (0.52" x 0.35") Exmor RS® CMOS sensor, aspect ratio 3:2
Video Features
4K Yes
Photo Features
Megapixels 15.3
Burst rates (frames/sec) Up to 16 fps at 15 MP for up to 129 Exposures (JPEG Format)
Usability Features
Storage Memory microSD/HC/XC, Memory Stick Micro
Preview Screen LCD (TFT) 3.8 cm
Ports micro HDMI, micro USB
Brand Sony
Model dsc-rx0m2
Warranty 12 months
Size 5.9 x 4.05 x 3.5 cm (2.3 x 1.6 x 1.4 in)
Weight 132 grams
(4.66 ounces)

Critic Reviews


Photography Blog

Delivers superior image quality

from Photography Blog

It’s part action camera, part compact camera, part multi-camera rig/ B-Roll/ C-Roll/ behind the scenes camera, and now part vlogging camera, thanks to a raft of improvements in that department, principally the addition of a tiltable LCD screen, shorter focusing distance and improved Eye AF mode...More

It’s part action camera, part compact camera, part multi-camera rig/ B-Roll/ C-Roll/ behind the scenes camera, and now part vlogging camera, thanks to a raft of improvements in that department, principally the addition of a tiltable LCD screen, shorter focusing distance and improved Eye AF mode, which combine to make it much easier to ensure that you're always in the frame and in focus. If the Sony RX0 II does happen to suit your specific needs, you’d struggle to find a better pocket camera with this level of image quality...

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TrustedReviews

Unusual and impressive in some ways, but is unlikely to offer a compelling package for most

from TrustedReviews

The RX0 II's electronic image stabilisation isn't great, which means it only really excels on a tripod. If this is the main way you like to shoot, and you're prepared to put up with its foibles, then the RX0 II could be a handy addition to your filmmaking arsenal. But vloggers and travellers should look at its cheaper rivals.

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The RX0 II's electronic image stabilisation isn't great, which means it only really excels on a tripod. If this is the main way you like to shoot, and you're prepared to put up with its foibles, then the RX0 II could be a handy addition to your filmmaking arsenal. But vloggers and travellers should look at its cheaper rivals.

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Tom's Guide

Skip it unless you really need manual controls, super-slo-mo and an ultra-rugged build

from Tom's Guide

The Sony RX0 II sits in a price class all its own compared to almost every other action camera out there. At $700, I'm not really sure I can recommend Sony's action camera for the average consumer, especially with such competition from GoPro, Yi and now DJI with its newest DJI Osmo Action. Pro vi...More

The Sony RX0 II sits in a price class all its own compared to almost every other action camera out there. At $700, I'm not really sure I can recommend Sony's action camera for the average consumer, especially with such competition from GoPro, Yi and now DJI with its newest DJI Osmo Action. Pro videographers who want full exposure control will not be disappointed in the amount of manual control available. Accessing all of these settings, though, was certainly a frustrating task.

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The Verge

Mostly designed for vloggers, not action camera work

from The Verge

This is an incredibly powerful camera that is capable of generating really beautiful images for its size, but ultimately it’s sandbagged by a couple bad decisions. It’s too limited to recommend it at its current $700 price tag.

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This is an incredibly powerful camera that is capable of generating really beautiful images for its size, but ultimately it’s sandbagged by a couple bad decisions. It’s too limited to recommend it at its current $700 price tag.

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Gear Patrol

This isn’t your average action camera

from Gear Patrol

The RX0 II is a fine camera for those who know exactly what they’re getting into — essentially a mini-DSLR with a fixed lens and a rock-hard case. Once you become adept at navigating the settings on the fly, doing so becomes quick and easy. There’s an unmistakable learning curve in this res...More

The RX0 II is a fine camera for those who know exactly what they’re getting into — essentially a mini-DSLR with a fixed lens and a rock-hard case. Once you become adept at navigating the settings on the fly, doing so becomes quick and easy. There’s an unmistakable learning curve in this respect, but it’s worth it if you’re looking for high-quality images or video shot from a variety of angles or with yourself in the image, monitored via the tilt-up screen.

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