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HFR

The mode dial now has an HFR mode for high frame-rate shooting at up to 960fps.

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Zoom

Just like its predecessor, the RX10 II has a 24-200mm, f2.8 lens with a manual aperture ring.

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Continuous shooting

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.

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4K

One of the major new features is 4K (3,840x2,160-pixel) video capture.

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Back

The RX10 II has the same tilting LCD and back control layout as the Rx10.

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