Sony Cybershot DSC-RX10

  • Sony Cybershot DSC-RX10
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  • Impressively sharp 24-200mm f/2.8 lens.
  • Big 1-inch image sensor.
  • 10fps burst shooting.


  • Bulky.
  • Expensive.

Expert reviews and ratings

By on 100

First, let's just be clear: In terms of pure potential performance, there are better cameras for the money. Many of them. And you can rather easily get something like the Olympus OM-D E-M10 and a better (albeit prime) lens for less than $1,300. But...

By Ubergizmo on 80

The Sony RX10 is a very unique camera because of its awesome 16-200mm constant f2.8 lens — that pretty much sums it up. There is nothing quite like it. This makes it very difficult to replicate its optical functionality with other camera systems,...

By Digital Photography Review on 80

The Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 offers a great combination of still and video quality, thanks to its 1" sensor and 24-200 F2.8 lens. Its focus is as much about video as stills, and the RX10 offers more controls in that respect than virtually any other camera....

By on

Sony RX10 review: is Sony's premium bridge camera with a 1in sensor and an f/2.8 constant aperture set to change the camera market, or will its price tag hold it back?We don't often review bridge cameras here at Digital Camera World – but then, the Sony...

By on

The RX10 weighs 1.75 lbs. so it's no lightweight. It has a magnesium alloy body with a leather-style covering and it's weather and dust resistant. It looks and feels like a quality camera and it's large enough to provide a good grip and set of controls....

By on

Lisa Gade reviews the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 digital camera. Like the Sony NEX and RX100, this is a groundbreaking camera, but the RX10 addresses a different set of needs from the high-end point and shoot RX100 and RX100 II or the bigger sensor NEX...

By The Verge on 83

It got me the perfect shot in that subway station, right as the next train left and the man in the black winter hat started to belt “I was born, by the river” to a new crowd of waiting riders. I’ll never forget it.

By Digital Trends on 80

We began this review with the conundrum every DSLR owner confronts – dealing with myriad lenses and shoulder-breaking gear bags – and whether there is a high-quality, portable solution for these issues. The Sony Cyber-shot RX10 is it and it deserves...

By Engadget on 96

Sony's RX10 may be expensive, but this camera's a no-brainer if you have the $1,300 to...

By Camera Labs on 87

Let's not beat about the bush here: the Sony RX10 is the most powerful and capable bridge camera to date, but it's also the most expensive. So that's the non-shocker here: pay more, get more. But the interesting part is someone thought to take the...

By CNET Australia on 85

There is a lot to love about the RX10, including a fast long lens and large sensor. As long as you can stomach the price, you will be rewarded with great photo and video...

By Expert Reviews on 100

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

By TechReviewSource on 100

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 is a bridge-style camera that gets just about everything right, and its steep asking price reflects its impeccable...

By TrustedReviews on 80

Despite its high price tag the RX10 delivers on almost all fronts with great build quality, impressive images and a solid performance all forming a complete package. If you’re happy to part with the cash you’ll be rewarded with one of the best bridge cameras on the market.

By Macworld UK on 80

Though this is not an inexpensive option, when you add up what a semi pro DSLR body and a similar zoom would cost, investing in the RX10 actually makes for a sound investment. Share this article Find the best price #reevoo-top-three-offers{...

By ePHOTOzine on

Sony, a major technological company, with an image sensor business that supplies the majority of digital camera manufacturers, has not shied away from trying new technology and sensor designs, often leading the market. With the Sony Cyber-shot RX10 ,...

By Gizmodo on

In the end I think the RX100 suits photographers who want a second carry-around option, while the RX10 is for those looking for one camera that can do it all.

By TechRadar AU on 90

The RX10 could be the camera to shake up the bridge camera market. You might also like... Best tripods and camera supports: 15 tested It's a camera which offers a unique set of features in what is becoming an increasingly packed market. The fact that it...

By Amateur Photographer on 88

It is clear that Sony has identified a niche in the market, and has created an excellent camera to fill it. However, it is a niche for a reason, and the real difficulty comes not in designing and making the camera, but in selling it. With a RRP of a...

By Pocket-lint on 90

There's no doubting that the Sony Cyber-shot RX10 has a huge list of positives under its belt - that sharp, bright lens and constant f/2.8 aperture; the large sensor; the physical aperture ring; speedy autofocus; and a great LCD and viewfinder...