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The only significant design difference is the mode dial.
The mode dial now has an HFR mode for high frame-rate shooting at up to 960fps.
Just like its predecessor, the RX10 II has a 24-200mm, f2.8 lens with a manual aperture ring.
The RX10 II is rated at 14 frames per second for continuous shooting, up from 10fps on the older model. DMF stands for "direct manual focus," Sony's manually-fine-tune-after-autofocus mode.
One of the major new features is 4K (3,840x2,160-pixel) video capture.
The RX10 II has the same tilting LCD and back control layout as the Rx10.
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