Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 3

  • Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 3
91
Based on 15 scores, 36 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    11
  • Good:
    4
  • Average:
    0
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Large sensor undoubtedly the best in its class.
  • Bright maximum apertures across zoom range gives huge flexibility.
  • High quality, responsive viewfinder.

Cons:

  • Clickless, slightly laggy control dial can make shooting experience feel disconnected.
  • Focus peaking rather prone to indicating everything as infocus.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Even though the RX100 III packs a viewfinder, flash, and hinged screen, it's still small enough to fit in a pants pocket. Best of all, its image quality is...

By TechReviewSource on 90

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III compact camera earns Editors' Choice accolades because of its image quality and excellent EVF, even despite its high...

By Photo Review Australia on 88

Photo Review was late receiving a review unit, which meant there were other reviews and comments in online forums available to use for comparison. It seems the universal opinion of Sony's RX100 Mark III is that it's the best performing and most versatile...

By Tom's Guide on 80

If you want high-quality photos but don't want to lug a DSLR or mirrorless camera, the well-crafted RX100 III is the camera for you. Sure, cellphone cameras are getting really good. But sorry, they still don't cut it for images more than...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

Expensive but good: the Sony RX100 Mk III.Converging Verticals Phobia is a deep, irrational abhorrence of distorted vertical perspective. For some reason we don't feel the same about converging horizontals – train tracks merging to a point in the...

By cnet on 80

The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III is an overall great camera that delivers significant improvements over the RX100 II, but not everyone will think it's worth the extra...

By Amateur Photographer on

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III - pros An ingenious pop-up EVF that discreetly tucks inside the camera body when not in use A large 20.1-million-pixel, 1in sensor A new 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 zoom lens, offering better low-light performance Sony Cyber-shot...

By DigitalVersus on 100

The Sony RX100 Mark III is a great upgrade of the firm's high-end compact camera, bringing a wide-aperture lens and a pop-up viewfinder that's both practical and downright irresistible. And with excellent picture quality to boot, the RX100 Mark III is...

By Digital Photography Review on 82

The RX100 III is the most capable compact camera we've ever seen. With its built-in viewfinder and more consistently fast lens, there's nothing that can provide better image quality in such a small package. It's not the perfect camera to take...

By What Digital Camera on 93

Although it could be argued that the improvements found on the RX100 III are incremental rather than revolutionary, both current RX100 series owners and those looking for an impressive enthusiast compact will certainly welcome them.The larger maximum...

By Digital Photography Now on

In the face of plummeting compact camera sales caused by the boom in smartphones, many of which stream off Sony's own production lines, Sony launched the RX100 premium compact camera in the summer of 2012. Unusually for a compact, that original RX100...

By Pocket-lint on

We've always been advocates of the Sony RX100. Both the original and Mk II models offered exceptional image quality in a truly pocketable design that, to some degree, rewrote the expectation of what a compact camera could do. The Sony Cyber-Shot RX100...

By TechRadar AU on

As usual, we want to get our hands on a full-production sample RX100 III before we pass judgement on it, but I think it's a pretty safe bet that it's going to be a good performer. Sony has kept all the good points of the RX100 II and has made some...

By Trusted Reviews on

Sony looks to up its game again Sony found itself with something of a hit on its hands with the original RX100 . Launched back in 2012 it brought never before seen levels of detail to the truly compact camera sector. Last year saw its first revision, in...

By The Imaging Resource on

And the RX100 II also adds a built-in, 3EV neutral density filter, making it more likely you'll be able to take advantage of the wide aperture to blur backgrounds or avoid diffraction, even in bright light. The new lens will also focus much closer at...

By Amateur Photographer on

Pros and Cons Pros: NYT Cons: NYT Theres been a lot of talk in the last two years about the future of the compact camera and more so about the direction theyll take with the ongoing development of smartphones. Not one for resting on its laurels, Sony...

By T3 Magazine on

The Sony RX100 III is the brand's latest premium compact and sports a cool pop-up electronic viewfinder (EVF). Following on from the popular Sony RX100 and Sony RX100 II (both of which will still continue to be sold), the new 20.1-megapixel model also features a a new large aperture Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 24mm wide angle lens - a real boon for a camera of this...

By Camera Labs on

The RX100 III shares the same back-illuminated 1in type / 20.1 Megapixel sensor as the RX100 II, although couples it with the latest BIONZ X processor. The 1in type sensor may be smaller than Micro Four Thirds or APS-C sensors, but crucially sports...

International Review By ferra.ru on

Надо признать, Sony RX100 III не производит такого эффекта, какого добились беззеркальные фуллфреймы. Это связано и с тем, что мы заранее знали, с чем примерно имеем дело, да и оригинальная Sony RX100 в свое время проходила через нашу лабораторию....

International Review By 01Net on 100

Le Sony RX100 III est cher, très cher : à 850 euros, pourquoi ne pas plutôt acheter un reflex ? Tout simplement parce qu'il fait presque aussi bien en photo, mais dans un format tellement compact qu'on peine à croire qu'une telle qualité d'image...