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Canon’s G series of enthusiast compacts are some of the best-known and most enduring range of digital cameras, though inevitably over the years they’ve undergone some fundamental changes. — Not the least is the move from the smaller-type sensor formats to the much larger (relatively speaking) one-inch CMOS sensor. Read on to find out how well this new camera performs.
As the fourth generation of this popular yet premium-priced series of compacts, the RX100 IV has a new “stacked” one-inch-type 20-Mpix Exmor RS BSI sensor as well as some advanced video features, including UHD video and a 960 fps slow-motion recording option. Read on to find out how well the sensor performs in this new upgraded model.
Nikon has launched a fifth generation model in its mid-range series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. The new Nikon 1 J5 is the first Nikon hybrid to feature a back-illuminated sensor that packs a 20.8Mp resolution for stills, as well as 4K capture for video. With impressive looking performance specs too, is the Nikon 1 J5 a serious contender for the mid range hybrid market?
In case anybody is reading this, no sensor's rectangular dimensions are anything like the quoted size. The 1", 1/2.3" etc refer to the imaging circle which is a theoretical concept, and is always bigger than the actual sensor.