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Sony RX10 III

Introduction to Sony RX10 III

Back in 2012, the Sony RX100 (v1) was introduced and at that time it was mighty impressive for a small-sensor camera. In fairly rapid succession, the RX100 II and RX100 III and RX100 IV plus RX10, RX10 II arrived, all sharing the same sensor size and resolution. Then in May 2016 the RX10 III arrived, the camera reviewed here.

At about $1498 (as of May 2016), the Sony RX10 III brings the latest Sony ultra-high-density sensor in a hefty DSLR-size body. Its main claim to fame is an extreme zoom range of 24mm to 600mm (in full frame equivalent terms), with aperture f/2.4 - f/4.

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Sony RX10 III

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