Sony RX10 II sensor test results shows the camera scored a point of 70 and this is a good score overall. The sensor looks similar to the DSC-RX100M4 as both cameras achieved the same score.
According to DxOMark test results, the color sensitivity score of 23 bits and a wide-dynamic range score of 12.6 Ev, at base the new RX10 II performs very well.
Sony RX10 II DxOMarked : Excellent sensor dynamics for one-inch type CMOS
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From DxOMark conclusion :
Although detractors may gripe about the lack of any real improvements in sensor performance over its predecessor, the new stacked-type back-illuminated sensor in Sony Cyber-shot RX10 II performs particularly well, given the advances from the high-speed readout. Such advances include high bit-rate 4K (UHD) recording, ”slo-mo” recording, and lowered distortion or skew effects from rolling shutter. While the design has allowed the addition of the necessary electronics, there has been no negative impact on sensor performance. In fact, the noise floor, color sensitivity and dynamic range remain more or less unchanged over its conventional back-illuminated predecessor.
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Sony RX10 II Bridge Camera Specifications
- World’s first 20.2 MP 1″ Exmor RS® stacked back illuminated CMOS
- High resolution 4K movie recording with direct pixel readout and no pixel binning
- Super slow-motion movie HFR (High frame rate) up to 960 fps (40x)
- Super-speed Anti-Distortion Shutter at max. 1/32000 sec. up to 14fps
- Bright constant F2.8 ZEISS® Vario Sonnar T* lens (24-200mm)