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Sony RX100 VI 20.1 MP Premium Compact Digital Camera w/ 1-inch Sensor, 24-200mm ZEISS Zoom Lens and pop-up OLED EVF (DSCRX100M6/B)
- 24-200mm F2.8-F4.5 ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T lens
- World's fastest (0.03 sec) hybrid AF system (contrast + phase)
- Battery life:Up to 330 shots / 165 minutes
- In-the-box: Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-BX1, AC Adaptor, Micro USB cable, Wrist Strap, Strap Adapter
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Sony RX100 VI Cyber-shot Digital Camera
The RX100 VI features an impressive 24-200mm1 F2.8 – F4.5 high magnification ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens, yet sacrifices none of the pocket-size portability, speed capabilities and high image quality that has become the hallmark of Sony’s RX100 lineup.
The 1” (1.0-type) 20.1MP Exmor RS stacked CMOS image sensor with DRAM chip and an upgraded BIONZ X image processing system with a front-end LSI maximizes processing speed and optimizes image quality in all shooting environments, while the incredibly efficient Fast Hybrid AF system with 315 focal-plane phase-detection AF points can acquire focus in as little as 0.03 seconds and shoot at up to 24 fps at full resolution with continuous AF/AE tracking and produces beautiful 4Kvii video with full pixel readout and no pixel binning.
High Magnification 24-200mm ZEISS lens
The RX100 VI features a new high magnification 24-200mm1 F2.8 – F4.5 ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens that packs the power of both 24-70mm and 70-200mm1 lens into a singular compact design. This is achieved thanks to its unique design featuring two ED (extra-low dispersion) aspherical glass elements and eight aspherical lens elements including four AA (advanced aspherical) lenses that work together seamlessly to deliver outstanding sharpness and image quality, from corner-to-corner at all focal lengths. The wide aperture throughout the zoom range delivers beautiful background defocus while the Optical SteadyShot image stabilization significantly reduces blurring.
World’s fastest2 hybrid AF system
The RX100 VI brings a new level of AF performance and speed to compact cameras. It’s equipped with the world’s fastest2 hybrid autofocus system that combines the respective advantages of focal-plane phase detection AF and contrast detection AF - ultimately enabling the camera to lock focus in as fast as 0.03 seconds3.
Wide coverage 315 phase detection AF points
High speed focusing is a perfect complement to the dedicated 315 phase-detection AF points that covers approx. 65% of the image area of the sensor. With such wide-area high-density autofocus coverage, you can accurately focus on and capture your intended subject at high speed, even if it’s moving rapidly in unpredictable directions.
High-density Tracking AF Technology
The RX100 VI employs Sony’s high-density tracking AF technology to ensure accurate, stable tracking performance throughout the 24-200mm1 range of the lens. This advanced technology leverages the benefits of focal-plane phase-detection sensors to concentrate AF points in a dense pattern around the subject location as its moving to keep subjects in continuous clear focus – even at high speeds.
High-speed continuous shooting at 24fps4 with AF/AE tracking
Designed to allow for high resolution, continuous shooting at high frame rates the RX100 VI features a 1" Exmor RS stacked back illuminated CMOS sensor w/ DRAM and front-end LSI that works with the BIONZ X image processing engine to enable continuous shooting speed at impressive 24fps4 with AF/AE tracking at full 20.12MP resolution. Thanks to a large buffer, the RX100 VI can capture up to 233 images5 at this high speed which can be viewed immediately after shooting. Viewfinder blackout between shots has been minimized in this high-speed shooting mode, which greatly improves the ability to follow fast action and capture the decisive moment.
1” (1.0-type) 20.1MP Exmor RS stacked back illuminated CMOS sensor w/ DRAM
This large 1” (1.0-type) stacked back illuminated Exmor RS image sensor with DRAM chip not only enhances efficiency and speed of A/D conversion through its stacked structure and more circuit sections; it also realizes super-fast readout speed. Together with the new BIONZ X image processing engine, it allows for stunning 20.1-megapixels at up to 24fps3 continuous shooting, blazingly fast shutter speed of up to 1/32000 sec., breathtaking 4k movie and super slow-motion HFR (High Frame Rate) movie clip recording of up to 960fps (40x), not to mention remarkable low-light capability with a wide sensitivity range (ISO 80-12,800)6 with reduced noise.
Clip-4K movie7 w/ direct pixel readout, no pixel binning
The pocket-size RX100 VI features Clip 4K for short - up to 5 minute - 4K (QFHD:3840×2160) movie recording directly to SD memory card7 - ideal for everyday casual use. High quality 4k is achieved by the 1” Exmor RS CMOS sensor with full pixel readout and no pixel binning - resulting in images that exhibit higher resolution and less moire and jaggies than typical 4K movies. Moreover, the XAVC S format is incorporated to maximize high-bitrate shooting up to 100 Mbps for professional quality video. The focal plane phase detection AF system allows for fast hybrid AF during video and ensures accurate focusing and tracking performance, even for the severe focusing requirements of 4K movie shooting. AF drive speed and AF tracking sensitivity can also be adjusted via the menu system providing flexibility for focusing preferences.
Optical SteadyShot Image stabilization
Built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilization technology - developed exclusively by Sony - pre-vents image blurring that can occur from hand-held still and movie shooting, especially in low light or at the far telephoto end of the zoom range. Image stabilization is equivalent to a faster shutter speed of 4.0 stops8 at 200mm1 telephoto, and ensures smooth, stable framing and excellent image quality.
Touch Focus and Touch Pad AF
Fast, simple, intuitive AF: With the Touch Focus function. Simply touch the LCD screen at the point in the image where you want to focus when you’re shooting stills or movies. When you’re monitoring with the viewfinder, the Touch Pad function lets you slide a finger on the LCD screen to shift focus. You can also set preferences according to which eye and hand you want to use and how far to reach your finger.
Touch Shutter on tiltable LCD monitor
For the first time in the RX series, the LCD monitor now incorporates the Touch Shutter, which allows you to intuitively activate the shutter simply by touching a point on the monitor. This makes it easier to shoot a scene when it might otherwise be difficult to press the shutter button, such as when shooting from high or low angles.
The tilt angle of the monitor has also been expanded, so you can tilt the monitor roughly 180° upwards and 90° downwards, to enable monitoring of the subject for selfies or even when you’re holding the camera high overhead above a crowd.
Advanced Eye AF ideal for portrait shots
The Eye AF function has excellent tracking performance and a high degree of accuracy and stability as it automatically focuses on a subject’s eyes, even when the subject is looking down or away from the camera, or is in backlit scenes when the face of the subject is in partial darkness.
VCT-SGR1 Shooting Grip and tripod for compact cameras (sold separately)
This compact, lightweight shooting grip for compact Cyber-shot cameras is ideal for vlogging, travel photography and video shooting Adjustable shooting angles and the ability to instantly convert to a mini tripod allows for creative and stable shots or selfies. The MULTI terminal connection means capture and zoom controls are right on the grip1, comfortable for both right- or left-handed people. Sold separately (ASIN B07DJWZZKV).
1 35mm format equivalent.
2 Among fixed lens digital cameras with 1” (1.0-type) sensor. As of June 2018 press release, based on Sony research.
3 CIPA standard, internal measurement, at f=9.0mm (wide-end), EV6.9, Program Auto, Focus mode: AF-A, Focus area: Center.
4 With "Continuous shooting mode: Hi".
5 With "Continuous shooting mode: Hi" and "Image quality: Fine".
6 ISO 80, 100: when expanded. For still shooting only.
7 4K continuous recording is available for approx. 5 minutes. The duration available for the shooting may change according to shooting conditions. SDHC/SDXC memory card of Class 10 or higher is required for movie recording in XAVC S format. UHS-I (U3) SDHC/SDXC card is required for 100Mbps recording.
8 CIPA-standard, pitch/yaw directions, at 200mm (35mm format equivalent).
9 Sound cannot be recorded when shooting slow motion. An SDHC/SDXC memory card of Class 10 or higher is required
10 Connect to an HDR (HLG) compatible Sony TV via a USB cable to view HDR (HLG) movies
2018 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Sony, BIONZ X, Exmor, SteadyShot and the Sony logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation. All other trademarks are trademarks of their respective owners. Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
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1. It’s fast. I mean lightning fast not only in acquiring focus but also during handling like switching between menu, playback and picture taking modes. I never wait for things to happen, I press and it happens.
2. Burst mode is incredibly fast. It’s critical to have fast frame burst mode in order to capture that baby’s smily face. 24 frames with continuous focus is crazy fast!
3. Touch screen! Finally Sony!
Even though it only works during live view mode to pin point autofocus and during playback mode to magnify picture
(no pinch to zoom in or out unfortunately) I don’t think I’m missing out here. I don’t use touch screen in menus anyway. I works good, I don’t feel any lags.
4. It’s very customizable in terms of assigning shortcut buttons.
Sony’s menu is not very intuitive especially coming from Canon world but I think once you setup my menu items and reassign buttons the way you like you will be OK.
Particularly I like one feature. It’s burst photos images grouping.
If I take burst photo with let say 50 photos I don’t have to scroll trough them all to get to the next picture, camera groups those 50 photos in 1 group and you can exit it and go to next picture. Another neat feature is that you can protect picture you like and delete the rest of pictures with press of a button, so you have to delete 49 other pictures manually if you like just 1 of them. I don’t know why other cameras don’t have that, it makes my life much easier.
5. Great dynamic range right out camera’s JPEGs.
We all probably had a situation when you want to take a photo from inside restaurant with some beautiful view outside and people by your table but than you have dilemma. When background is properly bright people by a table are dark, if you want people on your pic to look bright background becomes overexposed or very bright. That’s when this cameras outperforms any other cameras I have used. It has feature called DRO it makes dark areas brighter while keeping whole scene properly exposed. It’s not HDR function when camera takes 3 photos and stacks them, it only takes 1 photo. By the way it has HDR mode too and works well too but as we all know it’s only good for still scene as photo can come out blurry if anybody moved during capturing these 3 photos.
6. You can take 4K video and grab photo from it. I love this function, I just shoot high resolution 4K video of our constantly moving baby boy and then just grab 17 megapixel frame from it if I like it. Great feature!
7. You can instantly transfer photos to your smartphone via WiFi no cables needed even when you are outside away from Wifi.
It’s not as simple setup as Canons system but it’s easy enough.
And you can start sharing those photo minute after you took them!
Overall I’m very happy with my purchase. Lack of touch screen held me back from buying rx100 cameras for years! Not anymore!
Yes this camera is expensive but it’s good investment that will last.
I don’t think I will need to but any other camera for many more years.
It does everything I need it to do superbly!
Video performance was really, really good. Completely blew away my Canon 6D. The only downside is that an external mic jack would have been nice, so the sound could be as good as the video. The internal mic is decent, though.
Focus in both photo and video mode was spot on accurate 99% of the time. In the past, compact cameras were unusable to me because they focused so slowly. The RX100 VI has DSLR levels of speed when it comes to focusing. Speaking of speed, the 24 frames per second this camera is capable of is ridiculously fast. I actually had to use the "low" continuous shooting setting because it was too fast for most situations.
Battery life is much better than I expected it to be. I was able to take a full day's worth of pictures and some video on one battery while sightseeing on vacation.
The menu system, especially as I am used to Canon, had a steep learning curve, but once configured, and used for a while, wasn't too bad. I highly recommend watching a few YouTube videos as there are many good tips out there.
A word of caution for those coming from DSLRs and mirrorless cameras though. While much faster than most compact cameras, you can't get away from the fact that turning the camera on/off takes a second or two as the lens emerges from the body and back. It's annoying because in a flick of a switch, a DSLR is ready to go. If you're used to compact cameras, then the lag isn't going to bother you and is probably better than most compact cameras.
Otherwise, it's amazing the amount of performance that was fit in such a small package.
The biggest disappointment, however, is the connectivity software, PlayMemories. Getting it to connect via WiFi on my Samsung S8 was a nightmare. You have to turn off cellular data every time--it took hours of research to figure that out. Once connected, it works fine, but you then have to remember to turn cellular data back on. Something that should be simple is a multiple step process. Connecting via Bluetooth isn't straightforward either and you need it to get location/GPS information from your phone to include on your pictures. The secret there is to pair via PlayMemories rather than through the phone setup like you normally would with just about any other device. Even after it is paired, I found the connection would be dropped or that you would need to manually connect every time you turned on the camera. And if you didn't notice the connection was lost or not established, you'd have to tag the location info manually on each picture. I wish they included GPS chip instead of having to rely on Bluetooth with your phone's GPS, so this wouldn't be a problem.
Bottom line is the RX100 VI is a great camera but with terrible connectivity software.
Pros: super light weight and small profile, impressive all around performance across a wide range of zoom, extremely fast continuous shooting with autofocus, video looks amazing, both view finder and moveable rear display options, relatively simple to use right out of the box even for someone who has never used a Sony camera before.
Cons: Low light performance and image sharpness were not quite as good as with my DSLR (not surprisingly), and hefty price tag. And while great to have 200 mm zoom, it loses a little artistic value when giving up F1.8 at the 24 mm end of the lens.
I posted some photos of a recent trip over a range of conditions and camera demands. These were RAW files processed in LR. Overall, I was very impressed and rarely missed having my big camera and heavy lenses. Will definitely continue to use this as a stellar and versatile travel camera.
I may miss the faster lens of the earlier M3 but the reach of the 200mm here is such a useful improvement in this tiny package I'll live with the higher ISOs or slower shutter speeds I think. My only complaint might be the delicate nature of the shutter/lens cover device which began to "stick" on my earlier camera after a few months (I learned to shake the camera to get it to open fully). I'm adding an after-market filter adapter to try to protect the front of the lens better, and added an after-market grip I like too. Sony could do better with those areas but the basic box here is a pretty amazing little device I'm excited to do more shooting with to see what it can do.
The RX100 VI pretty much gives you DSLR style capabilities in a tiny body like no other camera. The 1" sensor has limits, but has excellent quality. Perhaps the greatest weakness of the sensor in that you lose a good deal of the subject isolation possible (even at 200mm) that you'd see with a larger sensor. Beyond that this little pricey beast tics a LOT of boxes. Ergonomics are MUCH better than some say and I have no issue with the operation. It just takes a bit of practice. Once mastered this camera is about versatility. While a Ricoh GRIII is good at a few things, the Sony is good at everything and can also focus properly.
On the other hand, I would not buy this OVER a DSLR or mirrorless like a Nikon Z7 or A7III. It's not going to replace what full size FX cameras can do. But as an alternative for travel, hiking, street and family stuff....this is the best of the best.
Lastly, while shooting video and zooming, sometimes the sound from the mechanical zoom is recorded in the audio (loudly), and other times it is not.
Overall, this is a good camera at a lower price, but for this price the value is just not there.
The camera is small, if you have large hands you may find it difficult to use.
Highly configurable, extensive menus, a point and shoot for those used to the flexibility and controls typically only available on a DSLR or full frame camera. Usually I find point and shoot cameras frustrating due to the lack of control, this one isn't frustrating. Photographers have full manual control of the camera if they want it.
Excellent autofocus performance.
Handy display screen that can help you to level up your Instagramming...
4 stars because of the high price
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