Sony Cyber-shot DSC RX100

Announced Sept. 7, 2018

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The Sony Cyber-shot DSC RX100 VI is the latest pocketable compact camera to feature a 1"-type image sensor. Unlike existing RX100 models, the RX100 M6 ventures into the do-everything/travel camera space, with the addition of a 24-200mm equivalent F2.8-4.5 lens.

Like its immediate predecessor, the Mark VI offers quick and accurate on-sensor phase detection autofocus, the ability to shoot at up to 24 frames per second and highly detailed 4K video taken from the full width of its sensor. It becomes the first RX100-series camera to offer a touchscreen and has a redesigned electronic viewfinder that can be activated or stowed-away with a single push.

Pros

Hugely flexible lens range with good quality throughout
JPEGs with good color and detail
Excellent dynamic range
Highly detailed video
Eye-AF makes portraiture simple
Class-leading autofocus tracking
24 frame per second shooting
Very good viewfinder
Genuinely small
USB charging is handy

Cons

Complex user interface
Overcomplicated and confusing autofocus system
Low light performance limited by lens
Under-utilized touchscreen
Lack of ND filter restricts video shooting
Lack of Mic socket undermines video
No in-camera Raw conversion
No external charger included

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The RX100 VI is something of a departure for the RX100 series: offering a more extensive zoom range but giving up some of its l... read more

Oct. 17, 2018

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