Sony Japan recently stepped forward to share an announcement concerning several changes of the recently revealed Sony RX1 FF camera. From what we are able to tell from the image above, the AF-C Auto Focus option will be history soon according to some, while others claim that removal of the dial alone does not mean it is done away with on the software front. What do you think about that?
As for the next change, it would be an improvement in the Shutter Speed Priority which now is able to go as fast as 1:4,000, as opposed to 1:2,000 before this. Well, assuming folks who have placed a pre-order for the Sony RX1 FF camera by faith prior to this bit of news, are you not happy that this has happened? After all, it is always better to have more features than less, never mind the fact that you might not even make full use of your camera’s capabilities in the first place.
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