The phrase “camera that fits in your pocket” probably doesn’t have as much cache as it once had in the pre-smartphone era, but it’s nevertheless an impressive engineering feat when the camera in question is an advanced, professional-grade device. That’s the case with the new Sony RX100 IV, a point-and-shoot camera that can go anywhere you can.
Within its tiny, compact body, the Sony RX100 IV is equipped with a 20.1 mega-pixel 1-inch Exmore RS CMOS sensor that, along with its built-in DRAM chip, allows for shooting speeds from 960 up to 16 frames per second, as well as 4K visual resolution.
You can read more about the approaching release of the Sony RX100 IV next month in a press release from Sony at the company’s official site right here. Additional release details are still to come, but the camera should be making its debut sometime next month, so stay tuned for more information.