At the end of March (2016) Sony released the new version of their Cyber-shot RX10 Mark III. The main difference between it and its predecessor, the Mark II, is the lens, which is a lot longer. Let’s take a quick look at its main features:
- 24-600mm f/2.4-4 zoom lens with 3 control rings for focus, zoom and aperture
- 4K video quality
- Fast autofocus
- Magnesium alloy body
This video from B&H photo will show you what the new camera looks like, check it out.
This video by Chakru shows some of the key features and specs:
If you are a travel photographer and want to go light, this might be a good option for you. Or maybe even as a a backup camera to a heavy pro SLR. Perhaps an upgrade from a point and shoot camera is in order, give it a go and see if this is the right one for you.
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