Since the release of the first RX100, Sony has made some impressive leaps forward in terms of what a compact camera can do – particularly when you look at speed, autofocus and video. From the built-in pop-up EVF of the RX100 III to the introduction of phase detection AF on the RX100 V, these little cameras continue to raise the bar higher and higher in this segment.
The sixth generation in the series doesn’t really bring anything substantial to the table but it does improve perhaps the only weak point of the series: the zoom range. Oh yes, and they’ve finally implemented a touch screen!
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