Hi I'm Lori Grunin from CNET and this is a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 mark two.
On the outside it looks very similar to its predecessor.
Same lens, same body size.
However on the inside it's very different.
It uses Sony's one inch [UNKNOWN] sensor which Sony claims it gives it a lot of capabilities.
It can shoot up to 132 thousandths of a second using electronic shudder.
The sensor also allows you to shoot at a maximum of 960 frames per second for super slow motion videos.
And the stack sensor also enables fast 14 frame per second continuous shootings with the rs10.
At Mark 2.
The camera slated to ship in July for about $1300.
I'm Lauren Durnan for CNN.
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