Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 II
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Failed in less than two years.
Kindle Customer, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This camera lasted just under two years. It failed with the E:91:01 error message. Several shot choice priorities are no longer functional, the power on/off no longer works, and the flash does not work which I believe the error message relates to. I was using it when suddenly it quit!
Summary: I am just blown away by the detail this little camera picks up. I needed a camera that was smaller than my Nikon, but still took clear photos for me. This camera met both criteria. It has a solid feel to it (heavier than most pocket-sized cameras), but is small enough to fit in your pocket.
Summary: This is a beast of a camera. I am not the DSLR type person and at the same time I was not happy with $200 point and shoots. This camera was just the thing I was looking for. It has a 1" sensor which is HUGE for point and shoots and the picture quality is just phenomenal.
Awesome camera. I went a couple generations back on ...
Jared Yetzer, Amazon
18 March 2016
Summary: Awesome camera. I went a couple generations back on the RX100 to save some dollars. Such a good idea. This camera is great, and I don't miss the features I don't have. I already have a DSLR (D7000) but I wanted a pocketable camera. This thing is built like a tank, and takes great pictures.
Summary: I bought this camera to use on the go when I don't want to carry around a large DSLR. I am very happy with the image and video quality. The photos look great and are comparable to low-end DSLR photos.
Excerpt: Arthritis prevents me from lugging around 50 lbs of photo gear, so I bought the RX100 II just short of 2 yrs ago. I can only imagine how good the new version is, but if you can get the RX100 II, it's really a steal.
Excerpt: This camera was meant to replace a Nikon D70. The Sony is sharp and effective at low light. It focuses quickly and processes RAW+JPEG data comparably fast. The size and shape of the camera is quite different but the quality of the screen makes it OK to live without them optical viewfinder.