Review: Sony RX100 VII compact camera

March 2020 issue Tech

The seventh iteration of Sony’s RX100 series is a capable carry-anywhere camera. It boasts an excellent built-in Zeiss zoom lens and surprisingly good high ISO performance for a 1-inch (diagonal) sensor camera. If it weren’t for some limitations that do not directly relate to image quality, it would be more than qualified for many professional assignments.© Courtesy SonyFor still photographers the best features of the camera include its size, long zoom lens, sensor quality, autofocus... Continue Reading >

Multi-lens innovation

January 2016 issue Tech

A new kind of cameraAt first glance, a sleek glass front with 16 lens apertures looks odd, but once you understand the insides of the Light L16 Camera, you’ll see its potential begin to shine. This is a new type of instrument—a multi-aperture computational camera—that’s an all-in-one camera,  zoom, and three primes that fits in your pocket.There are 16 camera modules at three focal lengths: 35mm, 70mm, and 150mm. These use a structure called folded optics. Light comes into the... Continue Reading >