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9.4 out of 10

Sony CyberShot DSC-RX10

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Overall 10
9.6

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Digitalcamera HQ
21 June 2014
  • Summary: Sony is bringing zoom to the popular sensor of the RX100--but it comes at a cost. Can the RX10 super zoom live up to its price tag?
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

reviewed
23 April 2014
  • Summary: Sony’s baffling beauty excelled in our tests, posting high marks—for a high price.
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Overall 10
10

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10

PC Magazine
14 February 2014
  • Conclusion: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 is a bridge-style camera that gets just about everything right, and its steep asking price reflects its impeccable quality.
  • Pros: Impressively sharp 24-200mm f/2.8 lens. Big 1-inch image sensor. 10fps burst shooting. Speedy focus. 1080p60 video capture. Excellent customizable control layout. Sharp EVF. Tilting rear LCD. Multi Interface hot shoe. Integrated Wi-Fi with NFC.
  • Cons: Bulky. Expensive. External battery charger not included.
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Overall 10
9.6

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 review: impeccable performance and versatility make this cam an industry leader

Engadget
5 February 2014
  • Conclusion: Sony's RX10 may be expensive, but this camera's a no-brainer if you have the $1,300 to spare.
  • Pros: Constant f/2.8-aperture 24-200mm lens, Phenomenal image and video quality, Excellent performance and battery life, Dedicated exposure-compensation dial, WiFi with NFC
  • Cons: Expensive
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Overall 9
8.7

Sony Cyber-shot RX10

Camera Labs
1 February 2014
  • Summary: The RX10 is, most simply, a pimped-up bridge camera. One with a bigger sensor and brighter, higher quality lens than most models, and one that's packed with professional movie features that could see it adopted by video journalists and documentary film makers. In a body around the size of an entry-level DSLR kit, you're getting a 24-200mm equivalent zoom with a constant f2.8 focal ratio, excellent optical stabilisation, a large and detailed electronic viewfinder, tilting...
  • Pros: Very high quality 24-200mm equivalent zoom., Constant f2.8 aperture; good quality even wide open., Comfortable and tough weather-sealed body., Superb large and detailed electronic viewfinder., Fast continuous shooting: 10fps for 2.5 seconds., Powerful movie features with full manual control., Microphone & headphone jacks and clean HDMI output., Focus peaking, zebra patterns & built-in ND filter., Manual aperture ring switchable from clicks to smooth.
  • Cons: Slow zoom control, especially when filming., Laborious to manually set AF area., No touch-screen., Can’t control AF while filming., Disappointing Continuous AF., Basic smartphone remote control., No GPS tagging with Sony app., No interval timer., No slow motion video option., Most expensive bridge camera to date.
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Overall 9
9.0

Sony RX10

Imaging Resource
26 November 2013
  • Conclusion: When Sony announced its RX10 bridge camera last month, the news was met with a mixture of excitement and confusion. Some saw it for what it was, and were absolutely thrilled. Others didn't understand: Weren't the days of thousand-dollar-plus bridge cameras long gone? What was the point of a smaller sensor than a mirrorless or SLR camera, but in a body of similar size? Just whom was this thing for?
  • Pros: Mostly excellent ergonomics and control layout, Weather-sealed design, Smaller than the typical SLR with kit lens, but with much better optics, Far smaller and more affordable than an SLR or CSC with similar optics, Excellent image quality for its class, Best-in-class high ISO performance, Good dynamic range, Very versatile 24-200mm equivalent zoom range, Constant f/2.8 maximum aperture, Excellent optical performance for its type, Fast autofocus similar to that from a...
  • Cons: Mostly excellent ergonomics and control layout, Weather-sealed design, Smaller than the typical SLR with kit lens, but with much better optics, Far smaller and more affordable than an SLR or CSC with similar optics, Excellent image quality for its class, Best-in-class high ISO performance, Good dynamic range, Very versatile 24-200mm equivalent zoom range, Constant f/2.8 maximum aperture, Excellent optical performance for its type, Fast autofocus similar to that from a...
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Overall 9
9.0
Design 10
9.5
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 10
9.5
Performance 9
8.5
Picture quality 10
9.5

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Review

What Digital Camera
19 October 2013
  • Summary: is something of a niche camera, in no small part due to a launch price that is some £600 more expensive than its nearest bridge competitor
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Overall 9
8.8

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 review

Amateur Photographer
3 April 2014
  • Summary: It is clear that Sony has identified a niche in the market, and has created an excellent camera to fill it. However, it is a niche for a reason, and the real difficulty comes not in designing and making the camera, but in selling it. With a RRP of a little over £1,000, the RX10 is a very expensive bridge camera.
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Overall 10
10

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 review

expertreviews.co.uk
30 January 2014
  • Excerpt: Sony has been churning out groundbreaking cameras at an astonishing rate over the last couple of years, but at first glance the RX10 just seems confusing. It looks like an ultra-zoom camera, but its 8.3x (24-200mm equivalent) zoom range is bettered by many compact cameras. It uses the same 20-megapixel sensor as the superb Sony RX100 II , but while its 1in size is significantly larger than the sensors in other bridge and compact cameras, it's a good deal smaller than the...
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Overall 9
9.0

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 review

Pocket Lint
4 December 2013
  • Conclusion: There's no doubting that the Sony Cyber-shot RX10 has a huge list of positives under its belt - that sharp, bright lens and constant f/2.8 aperture; the large sensor; the physical aperture ring; speedy autofocus; and a great LCD and viewfinder combination. It's a camera with stacks going for it, but it's not a camera that's going to suit all on account of its price point and physical size.
  • Pros: Decent image quality, constant f/2.8 aperture, physical aperture ring, great for video capture, weather-sealed, close-up focus is brilliant, fast autofocus, tilt-angle LCD very useful, great electronic viewfinder
  • Cons: Zoom lens slow to travel, aperture click on/off switch placement, it's DSLR in its scale, could do with greater focal length, it's a lot of cash, no touchscreen, no pinpoint autofocus, who's it aimed at?
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