Remember our Sony HX9v review where we called the HX9v “almost the ultimate run & gun camera”? Well the RX100 seems to be Sony’s ultimate answer for the action-camera-philes…
That pretty much sums up Andrew’s opinion:
The RX100 is a camera that fits in your jeans pocket. Would I consider intercutting RX100 footage with 1080p from a pro Super 35mm cinema camera? Yes I would.
(…) If you haven’t yet entered the DSLR video world, the RX100 is capable of similar results in video mode and even a similar standard of stills. This is amazing and I cannot believe we’re talking about a pocket camera.
IBC has ended today at 4pm and we’re at the airport right now, waiting for boarding.
We met with lots of cool people and enjoyed gadget-land, but now we’re happy to go home and get some sleep.
To give you a better sense of the floor and to follow up the announcements about the Atomos Samurai and Connect I reported about yesterday, I decided to post this grab from the Sony HX9V hdmi out.
Remember our in depth video review of this fun little point and shoot camera? Well we missed to tell you that it is one of the very few cameras that has a clean hdmi output.
We’ve reported about the exciting Sony HX9V before and after several weeks of testing we have put together this video review for you.
Albeit not offering manual controls this tiny camera delivers stunning images in full HD 1080p50.
In this review we discuss all the video aspects of the camera and give you our personal opinion on the device as well as offer shooting tips and best camera settings for video.
Here’s a nice sample of footage from this amazing camera (by Jeen de Vos Producties):
And here’s a grab from the hdmi out of the camera with an Atomos Ninja recorder:
Find original HQ screengrabs of this recording here.
There are some more samples here
and a usergroup with more HX9V videos on vimeo here.
Amazon.de (free shipping):
Sony HX9V 288,00€