The "speed" theme continues with other aspects of the camera, as well. The new "stacked" 1.0 type sensor has a built in DRAM chip, allowing five times faster readout than the previous model. That gives it a crazy maximum 1/32,000 second shutter, combined with a 14fps continuous shooting speed. Sony says the new tech also eliminates a lot of rolling shutter on fast moving subjects. Speaking of which, the RX10 II is equipped with a new XGA OLED electronic viewfinder ("Tru-Finder," in Sony's nomenclature) and an updated contrast detection autofocus system that can lock on in 0.09 seconds.