Sony AX100 Specs: 14.2 Megapixel Camcorder And Bigger Sensor For Sony’s Flagship Camera, AS100V And PJ810 Showcased As New Line Of Cameras
By Staff Writer | January 27, 2014 11:31 AM EST
Sony AX100 Specs: Sony brought their A-game in the latest 2014 Consumer Electronics Show, as they unveiled the new line of their new generation of Sony camcorders. A new set of their flagship models and other series were unveiled to reign as their premium line of camcorders.
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The new AX100 will be the new Sony flagship for the 4k series to replace last year's release - the FDR-AX1 - the new camera features a less professional look by making this year's flagship smaller and more compact to make it easier and simpler to use.
The AX100 will be having a one-inch, 14.2 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor packed with a f/2.8-4.5 12x optical zoom that would surely capture sharp and clear images even in low light and an impressive shallow depth-of-field for the compact yet powerful camera.
Sony AS100V Specs: For Sony's line of action cameras, a new line was also introduced. The new AS100V will be Sony's flagship for the action camera series as this new action cam is powerful enough to shoot high-quality XAVC-S HD videos (up to 50 Mbps), 1080/24p, 720/120p and 720/240p for excellent extra slow motion videos that can take extremely excellent videos.
This new Sony AS100V will also be the first Sony action camera that can be mounted in a tripod without being inside a waterproof case.
There is also a new package of high-end technology of projector cams. The PJ810 was reveal together with its lower versions, PJ540, PJ340 and the entry-level PJ275, that ranges from $400-$1500.
These projector cameras will have major upgrades as the PJ series specifically the PJ810 will have a 50 lumens increase and all the PJ series camcorders can project from external devices via the HDMI connection. In totality, it will be much easier and more powerful than the previous generations of the cameras.
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