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Reviewed on 2016-06-20
For those who want a zoom and who don't have £1,000 to spend, the Panasonic LX7 and Fujifilm X20 are better options. Their sensors aren't as big as the X100S's but bigger than those used in most compact cameras. They're paired with wide-aperture lenses to...
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Reviewed on 2014-11-27
It’s no secret that smartphones and their increasingly powerful cameras are eating away at the sales of traditional low-end compacts...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-11
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 II ($899) won many awards. It was named Editor's Choice for Best Compact Prosumer category in the Digital Life Awards 2014, for its superb image quality, fast operation and excellent handling.So how do you make such a good ca...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-10
A great electronic viewfinder that doesn't increase the size of the svelte Sony Cybershot RX100 III is one of the camera's highlights. Plus it offers excellent performance, photo and video quality.The camera shuts down when you retract the viewfinder, the autofocus system could be more consistent, and it has poor battery life
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III (aka RX100M3) is quite a different animal from its sibling, the Editors' Choice RX100M2 . With a manufacturer price of $800 (£700, AU$1,100) it costs about $150 (£110, AU$200) more, and targets enthusiasts willing to pay ...
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Reviewed on 2014-05-01
Excellent image quality, Broad feature set, Good lowlight performanceSlippery body, No touch screen
For all levels of experience and knowledge. The controls on the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 II run the gamut for the beginning photographer to the really experienced one. Sony's Auto Intelligent Scene Recognition feature is on a par with that of Canon and a...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-24
The lines between mobile and technology continue to blur and as a mobile site, we often need to look outside the mobile sphere to find the devices that can influence the next generation of mobile technology. The Sony RX-100 Mark II camera is arguably one ...
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Reviewed on 2014-03-09
To me, version 2 of any gadget is always a better version. You will expect list of features added but sometimes the core specs remains the same. This is what you will see in Sony's RX100 II (some calls this Mark 2).The first version was kind of plain and...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-20
This is a small improvement on the much-praised RX100. The 20-megapixel sensor matched with the image-stabilised 3.6X Zeiss-branded zoom (30-108mm equivalent) i...
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Reviewed on 2014-02-20
The JPEG image quality is very good and, for those prepared to go the extra mile, the RAW pictures are stunningThe tradeoff of the small, pocketable form is that the various function buttons are tiny, but the lensconcentric adjustment ring compensates
Wi-Fi and NFC and it can be controlled from a smartphone, using the Sony Play Memories app for Android and iPhone. There is a nifty lens-concentric ring that can be used to adjust Program aperture/shutter settings, white balance, D-Range (dynamic range) o...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-29
We took the Sony DSC-RX100M II (available in Singapore for S$999) out on our Japan trip and had earlier shown a gallery of photos from the camera. We really loved the camera, and believe that it is one of the best compacts on the market now. If you are th...
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Reviewed on 2014-01-02
Excellent still and video quality for a pocket camera, very fast autofocus and shottoshot speeds, surprisingly good at high ISOs in low light, small form factor lets you take it anywhere, handy, tilting, 3inch rear displayPricey, slow startup and shutdown speeds, slightly bigger and heavier than previous model, WiFi features difficult to set up, Price: $750, www.sony.com, Check out all of our handson camera reviews at www.pdnonline.com/cameras
The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 II may not look like much but it could be the best camera Sony has ever produced. On face value, it certainly doesn't seem as impressive as Sony's groundbreaking Alpha 7 and 7R, full-frame mirrorless cameras that created a stir a...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-27
Superb image quality, great for video and very nice camera to carry around.The buttons are a bit fiddly and the settings sometimes hard to access. It can be difficult to use and there's little good creative fun available
The original Sony Cyber-shot RX100 has been a massive hit. It's a powerful pocket camera with both portability and image quality as the two standout considerations. So, why make a second version? Well, with the RX100 II comes a bigger image sensor, which ...
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Reviewed on 2013-12-27
New, 20.2MP, 1inch type, backside illuminated (BSI) image sensor produces superb image quality, with particular improvements in low light and high ISO, 3inch tilting rear LCD screen handy for composing shots from difficult angles, Fast allaround performer...Bigger and heavier than previous model, More expensive than previous model, Reduced burst performance when shooting RAW files, Somewhat confusing menu structure and control layout, WiFi features can be difficult to set up
In the summer of 2012, the debut of the Sony RX100 answered the prayers of enthusiast shooters looking for a capable yet compact second camera. More than a few photographers who'd resisted trading up to an interchangeable lens-camera due to the size, even...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-29
The Sony RX100 II is not only the best point-and-shoot camera currently for sale, but arguable the greatest ever made. It's the perfect combination of a fast, sharp lens that can shoot in low light; a sensor that's on par with some mirrorless cameras; and...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-25
Stepping up in the compact spectrum are cameras that tend to be aimed at photographers who want full photographic control. Good low-light performance, the ability to shoot Raw, and accessible manual controls make these compacts a viable portable alternati...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-25
Stepping up in the compact spectrum are cameras that tend to be aimed at photographers who want full photographic control. Good low-light performance, the ability to shoot Raw, and accessible manual controls make these compacts a viable portable alternati...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-09
Great results, but as costly as a DSLR- The control ring makes it easy to change settings- There are a bunch of preset modes to choose- Now you can add an external flash if neededThe first Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 had a superior picture quality despite t...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-08
Following on the heels of the original Sony RX100, the updated Mark II version of the compact camera seems to have latched on to a successful format.Physically, the RX100 Mark II is similar to the original. It sports the same Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* 10...
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Reviewed on 2013-11-03
Welcome to Mark II of the Sony Cyber-Shot RX100, a neat, surprising camera that could sit happily alongside an upper level snapper like a DSLR in the camera bag. Unsurprisingly, it is priced at the upper level of compact digicams.It has a reasonably fast ...
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Reviewed on 2013-10-22
Sony's RX100 was easily the best compact camera of 2012, and also the most expensive at an eye-watering PhP 34,999. 2013's sequel , the RX100 II, continues the tradition with impressive specs and the same eye-watering S$999. If you don't believe anyone sh...
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Compatible memory cards

MS Duo, MS PRO Duo, MS PRO Duo HS, MS Pro-HG Duo, SD, SDHC, SDXC, microSD (TransFlash), microSDHC




Display diagonal

7.62 cm (3")

Display resolution (numeric)

1228800 pixels

Vari-angle LCD display
Field of view



Built-in microphone
Voice recording
Audio system


Wind filter
Audio formats supported


Ports & interfaces

USB version


USB connector

Micro-USB B

HDMI connector type


Lens system

Optical zoom


Digital zoom


Focal length range (f-f)

10.4 - 37.1 mm

Minimum focal length (35mm film equiv)

2.8 cm

Maximum focal length (35mm film equiv)

10 cm

Minimum aperture number


Maximum aperture number


Lens structure (elements/groups)


Number of aspheric elements


Number of diaphragm blades


Weight & dimensions


10.2 cm


3.59 cm


5.81 cm


254 g

Weight (including battery)

281 g

Light exposure

ISO sensitivity

160, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800, Auto

Light exposure modes

Aperture priority AE, Auto, Manual, Shutter priority AE

Light exposure control

Program AE

Light exposure correction

± 3EV (1/3EV step)

Light metering

Centre-weighted, Evaluative (Multi-pattern), Spot

ISO sensitivity (min)


ISO sensitivity (max)


Picture quality


20.2 MP

Camera type

Compact camera

Sensor type


Maximum image resolution

5472 × 3648

Still image resolution(s)

5472 x 3648, 3888 x 2592, 2736 x 1824, 5472 x 3080, 3648 x 2056, 2720 x 1528, 4864 x 3648, 3648 x 2736, 2592 x 1944, 3648x 3648, 2544 x 2544, 1920 x 1920

Supported aspect ratios

1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9

Image sensor size (W x H)

13.2 x 8.8 mm

Image formats supported



Near Field Communication (NFC)


Video recording
Maximum video resolution

1920 x 1080 pixels

HD type

Full HD

Video resolutions

640 x 480,1440 x 1080,1920 x 1080 pixels

Motion JPEG frame rate

30 fps

Analog signal format system


Video formats supported

AVCHD, H.264, MP4, MPEG4


Focus adjustment


Auto focusing (AF) modes

Centre weighted Auto Focus, Face detection, Flexible Spot Auto Focus, Multi Point Auto Focus, Spot Auto Focus

Macro focusing range (tele)

0.55 - ∞

Macro focusing range (wide)

0.05 - ∞

Auto Mode focusing range (tele)

0.55 - ∞

Auto Mode focusing range (wide)

0.05 - ∞

Smile detection
Auto Focus (AF) lock


Flash modes

Auto, Flash off, Slow synchronization

Flash range (wide)

0.3 - 15 m

Flash range (tele)

0.55 - 5.7 m

Flash exposure compensation
Shoe mounting point


White balance

Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Fluorescent, Shade, Tungsten

Scene modes

Fireworks, Landscape, Night portrait, Pet, Portrait, Sports, Sunset

Photo effects

Black&White, Vivid


2,10 s

Contrast adjustment
Brightness adjustment
Saturation adjustment
Camera playback

Movie, Single image

Multi burst mode
Tripod mountable
Live view
Camera file system

DCF 2.0, Exif 2.3, MPF

Built-in processor


Power source type


Battery technology

Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)

Battery voltage

3.6 V

Battery life (CIPA standard)

350 shots

Battery capacity

1240 mAh

Battery type


Number of batteries supported



Fastest camera shutter speed

1/2000 s

Slowest camera shutter speed

30 s


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