Lisa Gade reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 digital camera. Like the Sony NEX and RX100, this is a groundbreaking camera, but the RX10 addresses a different set of needs from the high-end point and shoot RX100 and RX100 II or the bigger sensor NEX models.
The RX10 looks and handles like a fairly compact dSLR, but it has a fixed Carl Zeiss long zoom 24-200mm lens with a constant f/2.8 aperture. Manual controls abound along with the features enthusiasts and pros need like mic and headphone jacks, a built-in neutral density filter, uncompressed HDMI out, Multi Interface shoe shoe and a durable magnesium alloy body. The 1.75 lb. camera handles still photography and 24p/60i/60p video recording equally well. It has a 3" LCD, electronic viewfinder, motorized zoom, a 1" 20.2MP Sony Exmor R sensor and Sony's new BIONZ X processor. It has WiFi and NFC for remote camera control via smartphone and for image/video transfer. It lists for $1,299.
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