Excerpt: I bought this for travel, not wanting to lug my heavy Nikon DX system aboard planes, trains and boats. I've only used it two weeks, and we have a big trip to Alaska coming up, so this review is tentative. But so far in casual use I find it quite admirable.
Excerpt: I've been a long-time user of a well-known DSLR camera. I'm incredibly impressed with the equally high quality of the RX10 images and the versatility of the camera without having to haul around 20 pounds of additional glass.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I bought this because I was looking for something between the noisy 1/2.3 sensors of the megazooms and lugging my D800s with lens arround all day. Like my other Sony, (DSC HX-300) it takes really nice shots with a bright, fast lens.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD
Summary: Bought this camera for my husband for his birthday and he just loves it! Makes beautiful prints and the best ever videos. The price may seem high, but you are basically paying for the lens. And what a lens it is. I don't think anybody would be unhappy with this purchase.
Excerpt: I have used many cameras in my life. The Sony RX10 is a keeper. The beautiful image quality of the Zeiss lens, the fast processing, the comprehensive user settings and the physical controls make this camera a standout, in many ways reminiscent of the Sony R1.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Great Zoom, Large Clear LCD
Summary: What a great camera. I found no discernible difference between the photos taken with this camera and much higher priced cameras. The lens is worth more than the price of the camera. To many features to list here. The manual that you can download from Sony is not good.
This gives a good range of focus with an incredible lens which is ...
Alpha L, Amazon
5 April 2015
Summary: This is the second DSCRX-10 I have ordered. We have always used Nikon & Cannon DSLR's in the past, but the lenses always weigh more than the camera and when traveling internationally it is a pain to lug around and change.