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Review of Sony RX 100

January 04, 2013  by: Abhijit Bangal  Points: 12   Category: Gadgets  Earning $0.25   Views: 620

Here''''s is review of the Sony RX 100. It is a camera from the tech giant Sony and is one of the best in the point and shoot class.


As usual, the Sony RX100 is another great camera from that house of Sony. The great thing about the camera is that the body is quite compact. This makes it easy to handle and carry wherever you go. The camera is a point and shoot that comes only in a 1” sensor. The camera can work excellently even if the quality of the light is low.

There are a lot of camera settings as is expected in a professional level camera. That is why it gives an edge over the other cameras as you can manipulate the setting according to your need. There is also the RAW image capture mode along with the 1080p video recording at your disposal.

The simple design of the camera makes it easy to handle when you are actually working. The metal body of the camera gives you a complete control when you use it and you feel it in your hands. However, if the size and the height ratio is considered, the camera is on the heavier side. But that should not matter a lot.

If you see the front side of the camera, it will remind you of the Canon camera with the S-series. Both the Canon and the Sony camera have a ring around the lens. However, the ring with the RX100 camera is customizable. It helps in assigning features like white balance, ISO, shutter speed, manual focusing or exposure.

Though the ring looks and feels great as described above, there is one downside to it as well. There are no steps to it and it moves very smoothly. That makes it difficult to make out the movements and you are forced to look at the screen before making things out. The zooming option too is a bit cumbersome as it requires you to turn the dial for reasonable times before you can get the desired results.

The power button is to the top which is also accompanied by the shutter button and the mode dial. The flash sits to the left side of the camera and will show up only when it is enabled from the interface of the device. You can view the images and the recording on the 3” LCD screen.

The controls of the camera are to the right of the screen. The menus include the Menu, Delete, Image Gallery buttons, etc. Above all these buttons is the video recording button as well. The microUSB port makes it easier for you to transfer the data to and from the camera.

The 20MP camera is a real wonder that you can own at about Rs. 34,990.
(Please do check the prices before buying.)


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