The Newer RX Cameras Produce Higher-Resolution 240 fps Video than the New Sony a7s iii

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Markr041 Veteran Member • Posts: 8,599
The Newer RX Cameras Produce Higher-Resolution 240 fps Video than the New Sony a7s iii
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The Sony RX100 V, VI, VII and the ZV-1 can shoot 240 fps videos at a resolution of 1824x1026, almost FullHD. The resolution of the 240 fps video from the Sony a7s III is 1408x804. That is over 65% higher resolution for the RX cameras. Yes, the RX cameras use buffer mode, while the a7s iii can record at 240 fps continuously. But slow motion at that high a frame rate only needs short clips. For example: a 240 fps clip at 4 seconds (the buffer limit at high quality) results in a 40-second clip at 24 fps. Nobody wants to watch 40 seconds of anything.

The RX cameras produce among the best 240p video of any camera. With a long lens, you can produce (perhaps) interesting slow-motion video. Here is an example (1/10th speed), using the RX100 VII (no 40-second clips!):

Another example, from the ZV-1:

 Markr041's gear list:Markr041's gear list
Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 Panasonic LX100 Sony RX100 IV Panasonic ZS100 Olympus TG-5 +14 more
Sony a7S Sony RX100 Sony RX100 V
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