Excellent photo quality in a compact package.
Fast F1.84.9, 28 100 mm Zeiss lens.
Ultrasharp 3inch LCD display.
Good outdoor and low light visibility.
Full manual controls.
Including RAW support.
Smart controls in a compact body.
Excellent implementation of Program Shift with front ring.
Exposure preview as you make adjustments.
Very high resolution.
Bright f/1.8 maximum aperture for shallow depth of field and good night shooting.
Tends to clip highlights, with occasional (slight) underexposure.
Redeye a problem.
Needs a grip.
HDMI port located on bottom of camera, can't access.
By Pocket-lint on August 05, 2013
The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II is all kinds of wonderful, yet all kinds of pricey too. To cut to the chase the latest model is ultimately the original with a hotshoe attachment which, for some, will make it worth every penny. For others, and...90
By Digital Photography School on May 01, 2013
by Sarah HipwellIt’s been about four years since my last visit to the zoo. Last week my two girls had a break from school so I decided to take them along with my Mum for a day out to visit the animals at Dublin Zoo. I brought my trusty new Sony...-
By PC Advisor on January 30, 2013
Like the look of the RX but could do with an even bigger sensor and four million more pixels? Then also check out the RX1, a pro grade version with an equally serious price tag. For most of us though the RX100 is as good as premium compacts get –...90
By AsiaOne on January 10, 2013
If portability is paramount then the RX100 is well worth the...80
By Here's How on December 26, 2012
Surpringly small for a 20.2-megapixel camera with a large (13.2x8.8mm) sensor, the RX100 is made of metal and equipped with a large stabilized Carl Zeiss T* 28-100mm (equivalent) f/1.8-4.9 lens with four aspherical elements. The RX100 is definitely...-
By Chip Chick on November 09, 2012
The Specs: 20.2 megapixels, large 1″ Exmor CMOS sensor, F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens with control ring, 3.6x zoom, P/A/S/M modes, JPEG and RAW image capture, Full HD 1080/60p video with manual control.[nggallery id=1136] I own both a Sony...-
By TechTree on October 19, 2012
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 is an excellent camera as far as performance and features go. The slim design, with the metallic body is stylish, the body seems rugged and yet incredibly lightweight, considering what it packs. In addition to automatic...80
By Camera Labs on October 01, 2012
The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 is, without doubt, one of the most exciting compact releases in many years. That it comes at a time when other manufacturers - Canon, Fujifilm and Panasonic among them - are also releasing exciting compact models makes it...88
By Macworld UK on September 27, 2012
Every new camera needs a unique selling point and with Sony’s pocket-sized RX100 that is the holy grail of ‘DSLR quality in compact form’. Though the solid feel, aluminium build model resembles your average high-end snapshot from the...80
By Tbreak.com on September 04, 2012
At the end of the day the Sony Cyber-shot DSC RX100 is a point & shoot camera, so when its limitations do show up, I can understand the technical reasons behind it. The simple fact of the matter is that right now there is no other point & shoot, let...90