Compared to RX100 V(A)
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Compared to RX100 V(A)

At its heart, the hardware of of the ZV-1 overlaps a lot with the RX100 series. It takes a 24-70mm equivalent F1.8-2.8 zoom and 1"-type 20MP stacked CMOS sensor similar to those from the RX100 V but mates them with the autofocus improvements of the Mark VII.

However, the controls and handling are quite different, with no control ring around the lens and a very different button arrangement, designed for a very different way of working.

It's worth noting that, unlike the RX100 series, Sony isn't using its 'Cyber-shot' branding on this camera, and that the official model name is DCZV-1, rather than 'DSC,' denoting digital stills camera.

It continues to use the same NP-BX1 battery as the RX100 cameras.