Sony has unveiled the new RX100M IV camera, which is the successor to the RX100M3. The Japanese technology manufacturer’s point-and-shoot RX100M IV camera comes in a compact, pocket-sized package so it’s easy to store and take with you wherever you go. The camera features a 20.1 mega-pixel 1-inch Exmore RS CMOS sensor and advanced processing as a result of a DRAM chip. The advanced chip and sensor combination gives the camera a variety of new capabilities like slow motion video at up to 960 frames per second, shooting speeds of up to 16 frames per second, and 4K recording. The camera also has a 24-70 millimeter equivalent F1.8-2.8 lens.
The Sony RX100M IV is due to be released sometime in July so keep your eyes and ears open.