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Sony DSCRX10/B Cybershot 20.2 MP Digital Still Camera with 3-Inch LCD Screen


Sony DSCRX10/B Cybershot 20.2 MP Digital Still Camera with 3-Inch LCD Screen


The perfect balance of mobility and quality.

  • 20.9 MP 1″-type Exmor R CMOS sensor
  • 24-200mm equivalent F2.8 lens with optical image stabilization
  • Up to 10 FPS continuous shooting
  • ISO 125 – 12800 (expandable ISO 80 and ISO 100)
  • 3″ tiltable LCD with 1,228,000 dots
  • Built-in 1.44M dot electronic viewfinder
  • 1080 60p/24p HD video with full exposure control (MPEG-4/AVCHD)
  • Raw/JPEG/ Raw+JPEG
  • Built-in flash and expandable Smart Accessory Shoe for system accessories
  • Eye AF function detects and focuses on a subject’s eye
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and NFC for sharing and remote camera control
  • 1″ 20.2 MP Exmor R sensor for extreme low-light shots
  • Bright F2.8 Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* Lens (24-200mm)
  • Ultra-fast AF thanks to new “BIONZ X” processing engine

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  1. 132 of 143 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’ve been waiting for this, and as a professional videographer used to a C100, i’m very satisfied., December 5, 2013
    This review is from: Sony DSCRX10/B Cybershot 20.2 MP Digital Still Camera with 3-Inch LCD Screen (Electronics)

    I miss my EX1, or rather, i miss the parfocal smooth ENG zoom lens that goes with such a camera. It’s something we’re missing in the interchangeable lens market. At the moment, sony is the only one making decent range power zooms, but they’re not even constant max aperture. The 24-200mm equivalent F2.8 lens of the RX10 was by far the most attractive thing to both myself, and probably everyone else who saw the first spec sheet. The pairing of the rx100 mark 2′s sensor with such a lens sounds just amazing in theory. Now we’re getting to see if it holds up to trials.

    Note that i’m reviewing this camera mostly for its video abilities, it does do great photos, but i won’t be focusing on that. I’ve uploaded some video frame grabs into amazon’s gallery that i’ll reference here.

    The sensor.

    No, it’s not full frame, no it’s not aps-c, no it’s not m43, and no i seriously don’t care. It’s no secret i’m at odds with big sensor fanboys. Since aquiring the C100 (aps-c) my 5d mark 2 (full frame) gets very little use. And now that i have the RX10, it will be my primary walk around/vacation/stock footage camera. So what’s the big deal some people make about wanting a big sensor? the two biggies are low light and shallow depth of field. Anyone whose shot an EX1 knows that with the 1/2″ sensor and the f1.9 lens, you can get some nice background bokeh/separation. So imagine the RX10 which has a 1″ sensor, it’s much bigger than the ex1, it’s bigger than the black magic pocket camera by a smidge, and many people are quite happy with the DOF abilities.

    Then there’s the low light performance. I do wish it were a 12mp sensor and not 20, but what’s the point in nitpicking? Up to iso 1600 is great, up to 3200 can still be darn good if you have correct exposure, and above that does get you something depending on the situation. The girl with the blanket in the amazon photo gallery is iso 2000

    I’m a C100 shooter, i’m used to using 12,800 iso if so desired and not taking a huge IQ hit. But there’s no way i’m going to throw the same expectation towards the RX10. The most sensible way i can put it: If you’re used to point and shoot cameras, the RX10 is bloody brilliant in low light. If you’re used to interchangeable lens type cameras, you’ll find the RX10 is satisfactory in low light. In my informal tests, i favored using a slower shutter instead of higher iso. 1/30 shutter is totally cheatable in anything but high motion scenes, and if shooting something where there’s not much motion at all, sometimes a 1/15 can even work, and can help keep that ISO down.
    Rolling shutter should also be noted exists but is very well controlled, i had to really try to create it to see any.

    The lens

    8.3x zoom doesn’t sound great if you’re used to 50x point and shoot cameras. And in fact, sony’s marketing team are horribly brilliant with the angle they took it on, and instead of pushing an ’8.3x’ zoom, they marketed the 35mm equivalant range of 24-200mm, and said it’s like having their 24-70 and 70-200mm f2.8 big camera lenses all packed into this tiny form factor. And of course we all went holy crap that’s great, because when you put it like that, in the correct perspective of someone whose used to interchangeable lens cameras, it’s just brilliant. Oh, and it’s a ZEISS lens! If that doesn’t mean anything to you, it just means it should be held to high standards.

    Like i said, i miss having a power eng zoom lens so i can get a great zoom in or zoom out shot. There are practically zero options on the market for a fast constant aperture, wide range zoom lens that doesn’t cost a mortgage for any interchangeable lens camera. People like me have been pining for one, and it’s never come. Sony has made a few interesting power zoom lenses which i wish canon made for us canon shooters, but it’s just never come. The lens on the RX10 is exactly that, it’s a seemingly parfocal, fast, constant aperture power zoom lens which goes from reasonably wide, to reasonably telephoto, you also have an up to 2x digital crop called Clear Image Zoom, which is somewhat loss-less. It compares to the GH camera’s ETC mode, which just means it’s taking a smaller portion of the sensor to create the 1080 end image, and this should result in no resolution loss since these cameras are in fact photo cameras with many more pixels than is needed to make a 1080 video. I like that this extra reach is not just an on/off 2x switch, but rather similar to a point and shoot, when you activate it, it acts as a power-zoomable extension to the optical zoom, so once you hit the optical limit, it will smoothly go into the digital crop as if it were optical. It’s not entirely perfect, there is an inconsistent transition between optical and digital which is expected. And while there technically isn’t any resolution loss from this digital zoom, you are still effectively magnifying any noise. For this reason, i’d only…

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  2. 62 of 67 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Unexpected, January 17, 2014
    By 
    Steve

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    This review is from: Sony DSCRX10/B Cybershot 20.2 MP Digital Still Camera with 3-Inch LCD Screen (Electronics)
    I purchased this camera to take on a vacation to the Amazon in South America. I did not not want to haul my heavy professional Nikon and lenses on the trip, as well as a video camera. There are many sites that review the technical aspects of this camera, and I have found them to match my experience with the camera.

    However, something I never expected happened. The camera has caused me to change the way I take photos. Let me try to explain…

    I spent many, many years learning how to operate the controls of a camera so that I could get the exposure and depth of field desired. When looking in the viewfinder, I could NOT see with my eyes the results of my settings, but I knew from experience what I was going to get. Moving to digital shortened the time it took to see the results of my settings, but the technical process of taking a photo did not change much.

    With the electronic viewfinder of the RX-10, when I make a setting on the camera I can see with my eyes the effect in real time. What I see in the viewfinder is what I am going to get. No waiting, no guessing.

    The technical aspect of taking a photo is now so darn easy, and I don’t need to haul around all those lenses and a video camera.

    It should be the perfect camera for what I am going to use it for!

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