It is beautiful, it is expensive, it is a full-frame camera, it is the envy of many, the Sony RX1, which some have already imagined heirs to come in an interchangeable lens version, was in my hands the past few days for its review. Without betraying the conclusion of the test Sony RX1 review, I can already tell you the enormous pleasure that this luxury compact camera procured me wile taking photos with it. As for the picture quality, you can get an idea for yourself with this first gallery of downloadable images. I focused on low-light photos. Some are taken in high sensibility, with ISO values that are far from frigtening the 24×36 sensor of 24-megapixel Cyber-shot DSC- RX1 .
The Sony RX1 is sharing with the DSLR SLT-A99 and NEX-the VG900 camcorder its 24-megapixel full-frame sensor, a CMOS imager. With the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, the expert compact sensor 1″, it shares a spirit that can be summarized by “optimal technology packed in a rather compact camera body”. (Read the Sony RX100 review coming soon…).
Sony RX1 review : low-light images gallery
Here are the images I shot with the Sony RX1 for its review (yet to be published, just need a few days to have it written). At the end of this post, I add a link to my Flickr Sony RX1 album page where you can download the images bellow in their native form, full resolution, 24-megapixel, straight out of the camera.
To download these images in full resolution, see my Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1 review Flickr album.