Excerpt: This camera has everything I was looking for in a camera. Very good image quality. Execellent Zoom. All kinds of features. Video is also incredible. I also have the RX100 M3 for times that I need a pocket camera.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: I love this Sony small (compare my Nikon D800E) DSC-RX10 Digital Camera. The Carl Zeiss 24-200 f2.8 fixed lens is the best for travel. The image quality is great! I also purchased two useful accessories - Sony STP-WS2B Wrist strap (B&H#sostpws2B) and Case Logic DCB-304 Camera case with belt loop (B&H#cadcb304). More details, check B&H and Sony Websites.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I use this camera as my daily carry-at-all-times camera! I have only had the camera for a few weeks but it already has traveled with me thousands of miles and have taken hundreds of images. Easy to use, quick to use, unobtrusive, great zoom range, and great image quality.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD
Excerpt: From a videographer's point of view the Sony RX10 is a different product and as such must be consider. The lens is top-notch and exceptionally flexible .. also the quality of the videos it delivers is great and well above the compact bridge cameras from its own segment (and better than many DSLR's sold with cheap lens as well). Even if you are considering to buy a Canon or Nikon's DSLR body... you still have to spend another $1000 for a comparable lens.
Excerpt: The RX10 works great for me for handheld ENG, documentary filmmaking as well as filming action sports on a tripod (I've only used this camera in video mode.) For handheld I use a cheap flash mount bracket with a Manfrotto quick release adapter (so that I can quickly move from hand held bracket to tripod). I have the Sony XLR-K1M adapter attached to one of the cold shoe ports on the bracket.
Pros: 1080 60p, Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Lightweight, Small / Compact, Zebras
Excerpt: Used this camera on a Washington DC trip with my 5th grade son. Pictures for his scrapbook project for school were excellent. Many other dads on the trip were begging to borrow my pictures because they saw that I was getting pictures in low light that they just couldn't get with their DSLRs and kit lenses. The lens on this camera is the #1 feature of it. Love the videos that it delivers.
Pros: Fantastic Lens, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I traveled to Peru with this camera and loved it. I only had it a couple of days before the trip but the controls are so stright forward I had no issues. I even gave it to a couple of locals to use while I was unable to shoot. They loved it and both had very little photography experiance. They too had no issues with using the RX10.While hiking in a down pour near the sun gate the camera handled the rain like a pro.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good in Low Light, Great lens, Great Zoom, Video, Weather Sealed
Excerpt: I recently bought the Sony HX300 thinking/hoping it would be the answer to my photographic prayers, but it turned out to be somewhat of a letdown, not because of how it worked but rather because I didn't have my expectations in line.Like the other bridge cameras I have owned - Nikon P500, Canon Powershot S3 IS - I was simply expecting too much from the HX300. Long lenses + small sensors = mediocre images.
The perfect all around camera that takes amazing pictures!
J. Wallace "Mr G", Amazon
26 May 2014
Summary: Just received my new Sony RX-10 the other day, and have taken over 500 photos since. The lense is razor sharp! 99.9% of shots are "keepers!" Camera build is outstanding and next to pro level cameras. Shots are very colorful and true to original. Menus and controls are like you want them to be. This "pro looking" camera has gained me access to many places that a more "consumer looking" camera couldn't.