DPReview published their full in-depth review for Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 III camera. And the new Sony RX10 III camera gets an impressive 84% overall score and silver award from the experts at DPReview.
From DPReview Conclusion:
Compared to its peers, the RX10 III is the best all-around bridge camera on the market. The 1″-type stacked CMOS sensor offers the same (that is, very good) performance as its predecessor, while the new lens reaches from a wide angle of 24mm all the way to 600mm without any real optical compromises. The high-quality video continues to be a big draw, and barring some ongoing UI and customization concerns, ergonomic updates have made the camera more comfortable to use in the real world.
Good for: World travelers, family vacation photography, videographers looking for a high-quality all-in-one solution.
Not so good for: Peak action and sports photography, those looking for smaller, pocketable solutions.
The new Sony RX10 III camera (replacement for the RX10II) comes with a newly-developed 24-600mm equivalent F2.4-4 zoom lens capable of capturing 4K video using a 1-inch 20.1-million-pixel stacked sensor. It’s an outstanding choice for a shooting anything from landscapes to distant wildlife and everything in between.
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