The successor of the RX10 II looks similar to its predecessor, but a closer inspection showcases its differences. The body and grip are chunkier to accommodate for the threefold increase in zoom. So they are more siblings than twins. This baby boasts a 24-600mm equivalent F2. 4-4 zoom lens, 14fps continuous stills shooting and 4K video capture. The camera focuses and zooms in quickly through the 25x range, which offers a range of shooting options; from macro, wide-angle to telephoto.
Photos are extremely rich in colour and accurate, while videos were smooth with no rolling shutter or jelly effects. This is perfect for a DSLR owner that loathes carrying around a large camera with multiple interchangeable lenses with the 24-600mm range covering the majority of popular lenses used by beginners and professionals. Get snapping with this summer with Sony’s newest gadget on its camera production line.