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Sony CyberShot DSC-RX10

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  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 review

    Outstanding photos and videos and a pleasure to use: the RX10 is a class act

    7 years ago
  • Sony RX10 review


    • Large one-inch sensor
    • f/2.8 constant aperture
    • Tilting screen
    • Excellent viewfinder


    • No touchscreen
    • High price

    It's difficult to know how well this camera will perform - at the end of the day, there isn't generally a big audience for £1,000+ bridge cameras.That said, it does offer quite a lot of value for an admittedly high outlay. For the real niche area of the market that this is aimed that, this could be a real winner.Best cheap camera 2014: 6 cameras reviewedImage quality is excellent, while handling is solid and reliable, with the customisation giving it a real enthusiast feel. Other touches such as the aperture ring and top plate LED also elevate it beyond the standard bridge camera.Overall, Sony has brought another interesting concept to the market, expanding its well-respected RX family with this addition. Great work.

    7 years ago
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10

    Design: 8/10
    Features: 10/10
    Ease-of-use: 9/10
    Image quality: 10/10
    Value for money: 8/10

    The new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 is a bridge-style compact camera with all of its settings proverbially pushed up to MAX. Sony have truly gone to town and created the most full-featured, best-performing super-zoom that we've ever reviewed, and importantly one that delivers the best image quality too. That does come at a literal price, though, with the eye-watering $1299 / £1049 cost of entry sure to put off most casual users. Still, if you want an all-in-one camera that can almost handle anything that you can throw at it, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 is definitely worth a look.

    8 years ago
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    Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10

    •Very good photo quality, especially when shooting Raw
    •Top-notch video quality
    •Excellent and flexible 24-200mm equiv. F2.8 lens
    •Solid, weather-sealed body
    •Many tools for shooting video: focus peaking, zebra pattern, step-less aperture ring
    •Responsive AF in good light
    •Fast continuous shooting mode
    •Uncompressed 'clean' HDMI output
    •D-Range Optimizer feature helps give well-balanced JPEGs even in high contrast scenes
    •Numerous customizable buttons
    •Silent shutter allows for stealthy shooting
    •Generally well-implemented Wi-Fi feature
    •Classic Sony features (Sweep Panorama, HDR) work well
    •Headphone and microphone ports
    •Convenient USB charging

    •JPEG images are over-sharpened and over-processed
    •Video bit rates not competitive with best digital cameras
    •Autofocus can be hesitant, especially in low light; AF improves when assist lamp is turned off
    •Camera 'locks up' while buffer is clearing after continuous shooting
    •Manual focus can be challenging due to variable speed focus ring
    •Limited remote control from smartphone

    •No external charger included for rapid charging or keeping a spare battery topped-up

    7 years ago