Sony Cyber-shot RX10 review

ZACH HONIG writing on engadget has posted a Sony Cyber-shot RX10 review.

RX10“Aesthetically, the RX10 is similar to a digital SLR in nearly every way. There’s a pronounced grip, a top-mounted monochrome LCD, a pop-up flash, a hot shoe (in this case, Sony’s Multi Interface Shoe), dedicated mode and exposure-compensation dials, an XGA OLED viewfinder, a 3-inch 1.23M-dot LCD that tilts up 84 degrees and down 43 degrees and a relatively large SLR-like lens up front. Internally, however, the RX10 is akin to its smaller counterparts, the RX1 and RX100 Mark II. In fact, the 10 features the same 20.2-megapixel 1-inch BSI CMOS sensor as that latter model, which, while still quite large, is smaller than the APS-C and 35mm chips in conventional DSLRs. It also includes Sony’s powerful new BIONZ X processor, which can also be found in the Alpha 7 and 7R, along with Sony’s recently announced A5000.”

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