Test video samples from the new Sony RX100 V. They were shot in 4k, 1080p 30fps, 1080 60fps, 120fps, and HFR at 240fps for super slow-mo.
Also they tested the AF auto focus with face tracking and image stabilization.
Sony RX100 V Basic Specs:
Fastest (0.05 sec.) hybrid AF system (contrast + phase)
World’s most – 315 phase detection – AF points on a compact camera
World’s fastest continuous shooting speed1 at 24fps3 w/ AF/AE tracking
20.1MP 1″ Exmor RS stacked back illuminated CMOS sensor w/ DRAM
4K movie w/ direct pixel readout, no pixel binning and fast hybrid AF
Top Reasons To Buy:
24 fps bursts with AF/AE: It’s difficult to miss a moment with the RX100 V, as it can fire off full-resolution JPEG and Raw files at 24fps with full autofocus and autoexposure. That also means you can essentially assemble short 5.5K 12-bit Raw video from burst shots.
Updated 4K and high frame rate capture: 4K is oversampled from 5K footage yielding incredibly detailed, low noise footage with much less rolling shutter than its predecessor. High frame rate movies can now be shot twice as long as before. An extensive video toolset features Log gamma profiles, zebras and peaking.
Long buffer, fast operation: Boosted processing power allows you to consecutively shoot up to 150 JPEGs, or 60 Raw/JPEGs, at 24 fps. You can also now review and check focus on your images immediately after shooting a burst.
Super image quality: The combination of Sony’s excellent 20MP sensor and fast, sharp 24-70mm lens produces some of the best image quality we’ve seen on a compact camera