Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX100 Digital Camera, 20.2MP, 1" Exmor CMOS Sensor, 3" Xtra Fine LCD Display, F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* Lens with 3.6x Zoom, Black

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The Professional's Compact Camera

Whether you're a pro looking for a premium compact camera, or simply want to take your point and shoot photography to the next level, the Cyber-shot RX100 offers excellent quality and SLR-like operation in a sophisticated, pocket-friendly package.

• Massive 20.2MP Exmor 1" CMOS image sensor
• Bright F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T* lens with 3.6x zoom
• P/A/S/M modes for video and stills
• Capture JPEG files, RAW files, or both
• Full HD 1080/60p
• Low-light ISO 6400 sensitivity

20.2MP Massive 1" Exmor CMOS Sensor
Compared to the average point and shoot 1/2.3" sensor size, the RX100 boasts a large, specially developed 1" Exmor CMOS sensor to capture more light from your scene and reproduce every stunning detail with greater fidelity - even in low light settings.

Gorgeous Full HD Video
Create 1080/60p HD movies of amazing clarity that play extra smoothly by recording them at the extremely high rate of 60 fps in AVCHD. You can even record fast-moving subjects and dark settings with astonishing clarity thanks to the large image sensor and high-performance lens.

Optimal Optics
Legendary Carl Zeiss optics and unrivaled Sony imaging technology come together in the RX100's high-performance Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens which features an enormous f/1.8 circular aperture and 3.6x optical zoom.

Wide Range ISO Sensitivity
Shoot in nearly any light with natural results thanks to sensitivity that ranges from ISO 125 to 6400. Let the Auto ISO mode automatically determine the most appropriate setting, or manually expand sensitivity for greater control. The bright lens, extra large sensor and precision image processing work together to ensure remarkably low noise in a wide range of lighting conditions.

Complete Creative Control
Get SLR-like handling with a full range of controls for video and still shooting - from Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual (P/A/S/M) modes for more advanced photographers, to an incredibly effective iAuto mode perfect for beginners. On-screen prompts help you refine your skills, build confidence and exercise greater creative control.

RAW Image Capture
Save pictures as compact JPEG files, ultra high-quality RAW files, or both at once. When shooting in RAW format, images are saved prior to de-mosaicing or applying white balance, sharpness and color enhancement for maximum latitude when enhancing images on your PC.

PlayMemories Online
With PlayMemories Online, all of your photos and videos can finally be stored, accessed and neatly organized in one place - regardless which device they were taken with. Enjoy your memories wherever, whenever you want on your smartphone, tablet, computer or TV. All images and video clips are automatically optimized to the screen size they're on. Create a photo album in 3 easy steps to share with friends and family via email or brighten a loved one's inbox with a personalized postcard - it's easy.

The Sony DSC-RX100 is commonly used for Family photos, Landscape/scenery, Low light, Sports/action, Travel, Video, Weddings, Wildlife and more.The Sony DSC-RX100 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual photographer, Photo enthusiast, Pro photographer, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Sony DSC-RX100 is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Sony DSC-RX100: Compact, Easy to use, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Good image quality, Good in low light, Image stabilization, Large clear LCD, Nice body color, Short lag time and Zoom range/performance

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Compact (31),Good image quality (30),Image stabilization (28),Fast / accurate auto-focus (23),Easy to use (20),Good in low light (19),Large clear LCD (19),Short lag time (13),Nice body color (9),Zoom range/performance (6)
Cons:
No viewfinder (12),Limited zoom (5),Poor flash (4)
Best Uses:
Travel (29),Family photos (26),Landscape/scenery (20),Low light (15),Video (12),Wildlife (7),Weddings (6),Sports/action (5)
Reviewer Profile:
Photo enthusiast (15),Pro photographer (7),Semi-pro photographer (6),Casual photographer (5)

Sony DSC-RX100 Features

  • Massive 20.2MP Exmor 1 CMOS Sensor: Captures ultra-high definition images that take full advantage of the camera's sharp Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar T* lens. The sensor enables advanced column A/D processing that reduces noise levels, resulting in astonishing low light images with incredible smooth and clear details.
  • Bright F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens with 3.6x zoom: Newly developed large-diameter F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens delivers refined background defocusing - bokeh. A premium multi-layered T* coating also dramatically reducesghost and flare caused by light reflection.
  • P/A/S/M modes for video and stills: Enjoy a full range of controls for video and still shooting from the beginner's iAUTO mode to P/A/S/M. Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority and Manual. On-screen prompts help you refine your skills, build your confidence and exercise greater creative control.
  • Capture JPEG files, RAW files, or both: The DSC-RX100 saves pictures as compact JPEG files and/or ultra-high quality RAW files. RAW files save images prior to de-mosaicing, white balance, sharpness and color enhancement. This retains maximum latitude for enhancing the image on your PC.
  • Full HD 1080/60p: Record crystal clear movies at the highest resolution available with capabilities for 60p in 1080. This provides stunning, fast motion video with less distortion for playback on your HD TV.2 With dual record of stills andmovies, you can shoot both at the same time.
  • Low-light ISO 6400 sensitivity: Incredibly clear low-light pictures without sacrificing detail, made possible by the low-noise Exmor CMOS image sensor and refined BIONZ image processor.:Low-light ISO 6400 sensitivity.
  • Focus as fast as 0.13 seconds with high speed AF
  • Capture the decisive moment with up to 10fps continuous
  • 3" Xtra Fine LCD display w/ bright whites & true blacks
  • Access your favorite functions with customizable FN button
  • Shoot blur-free with optical image stabilization
  • Access preferred settings with MR (memory recall) mode
  • Ultra slim, sophisticated aluminum body,
  • Auto portrait framing for beautifully composed photos
  • Auto HDR captures more contrast than one exposure can
  • Face Detection and Face Registration for family
  • 3.6x optical/7.2x Clear Image digital zoom
  • Built-in pop up flash
  • Focus automatically, manually, or with DMF

Sony DSC-RX100 Specifications

Lens Type
Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T*
Aperture
F1.8-4.9
Optical Zoom
3.6x
Digital Zoom
20M approx. 14x / 10M approx. 20x / 5M approx. 28x / VGA approx. 54x
Focal Length (35mm equivalent)
Still 16:9 29-105mm / Still 4:3 30-108mm / Still 3:2 28-100mm / Still 1:1 36-127mm / Movie 16:9 29-105mm (Std), 33-120mm (Active) / Movie 4:3 36-128 mm (Std), 41-146mm (Active)
Lens Construction
7 elements in 6 groups ( including AA lens)
Aperture Blade
Iris diaphragm (7 blades)
Clear Image Zoom
7.2x
Focal Distance
AF approx. 5cm to infinity (W), approx. 55cm to infinity (1)
Steady Shot Mode: Active
[Still image] Optical [Movie] Active Mode, Optical type with electronic compensation (Anti-rolling)
Metering Modes
Multi segment / Center weighted / Spot
Exposure Compensation
+/- 3.0EV, 1/3EV step
Imaging Sensor
Imaging Sensor : 1.0" (13.2 x 8.8mm) Exmor CMOS sensor, aspect ratio 3:2
Pixel Gross: 20.9MP (approx.)
Effective Picture Resolution: 20.2MP (approx.)
Drive System
Shutter Type: iAuto (4-1/2000) / Program Auto (1-1/2000) / Manual (Bulb, 30-1/2000) / Aperture Priority (8-1/2000) / Shutter Priority (30-1/2000)

Continuous Shooting Speed: 10 fps at 20.2MP

Self-timer: 10sec. / 2sec. / Self portrait / Self timer Cont.
Scene Modes
Portrait, Anti Motion Blur, Sports Action, Pet, Gourmet, Macro, Landscape, Sunset, Night Scene, Hand-held Twilight, Night Portrait, Fireworks, High Sensitivity
D-Range Optimizer
Off, Dynamic Range Optimizer (Auto/Level), Auto High Dynamic Range: Auto exposure difference, Exposure difference level (1.0-6.0EV, 1.0-EV step)
ISO
Auto ISO 125-6400 select w/upper/lower limit, 125/200/400/800/1600/3200/6400 expand to 80/100, Multi Frame NR:Auto ISO125-25600 equiv. 200/400/800/1600/3200/6400/12800 4/25600
Creative Style
Standard, Vivid, Portrait, Landscape, Sunset, Black & White
White Balance Mode
Auto/Daylight/Shade/Cloudy/Incandescent/Fluor (Warm White)/Fluor (Cool White)/Fluor (Day White)/Fluor (Daylight)/Flash/C. Temp., Filter/Custom
Picture Effects
Toy Camera, Pop Color, Posterization, Retro Photo, Soft High-key, Partial Color, High Contrast Monochrome, Soft Focus, HDR Painting, Rich-tone Monochrome, Miniature, Watercolor, Illustration
Convenience Features
Still Image Playback Options: Control for HDMI, Slideshow
LCD Display
LCD Type: 3.0" (7.5cm) (4:3) / 1,229k dots / Xtra Fine / TruBlack / TFT LCD

Brightness Control: Auto / Manual (5 steps) / Sunny Weather mode
Advanced Features
Sweep Panorama: Sweep Panorama
Face Detection: 8 Faces (Auto / Off / Child Priority / Adult Priority / Face Registration)
Image Stabilization: Optical SteadyShot with Active Mode Image Stabilization
Intelligent Auto: Yes
Background Defocus: Yes
Superior Auto: Yes
Photo Creativity: Yes
Media Type
Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo (High Speed), Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, Memory Stick Micro, Memory Stick Micro (Mark2), SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card, SDXC Memory Card, microSD Memory Card, microSDHC Memory Card
Still Image Mode
JPEG, RAW (Sony ARW 2.3 format)
Still Image Size
Still Image Size 16:9 : L: 17M (5472x3080); M: 7.5M (3648 x 2056); S:4.2M (2720 x 1528)

Still Image Size 3:2 : L: 20M (5472 x 3648; M: 10M (3888 x 2592); S: 5.0M (2736 x 1824)

Still Image Size 4:3 : L: 18M (4864 x 3648); M: 10M (3648 x 2736); S: 5.0M (2592 x 1944); VGA

Panorama Still Image Size : [3:2] L: 20M (5472x3648)/M: 10M (3888x2592)/S: 5.0M (2736x1824)
Video Format
AVCHD Ver2.0, MP4
Video Mode
AVCHD: 28M PS (1920x1080, 60p/50p) / 24M FX (1920x1080, 60i/50i ) / 17M FH (1920x1080, 60i/50i) MP4: 12M (1440x1080, 30/25 fps) / 3M VGA (640x480 30/25 fps)
Photo Capture from Movie
Yes
Focus Control
Focus System: Single-shot AF (AF-S) / Continuous AF (AF-C) / Direct Manual Focus (DMF) / Manual Focus

AF Modes: Multi point AF (25 points) / Center weighted AF / Flexible spot / Flexible spot (tracking focus) / Flexible sport (face tracking)
Flash
Flash Modes: Auto/Fill-flash/Slow Sync/Rear Sync/Off

Flash Coverage: ISO Auto 0.30m to 17.1m (W)/0.55m to 6.3m (T) (Approx.1' 3/4" to Approx.56' 1 3/4") (W) ISO 6400 up to 24.2m (W)/8.9m (T)
Interface
Memory Card Slot: MS Duo and SD/SDHC/SDXC Compatible

HD Output: Micro HDMI

USB Port(s): Micro USB, Hi-Speed USB (USB2.0)
Power
Battery Type : LITHIUM ION NP-BX1 (supplied)
Power Consumption (in Operation) : Approx. 1.5W
Dimensions WxHxD
4 x 2.4 x 1.4" / 102 x 58 x 36mm
Weight
8.5 oz / 240g

Sony DSC-RX100 Reviews

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4.5

(based on 50 reviews)

92%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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    (33)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (13)

  • 3 Stars

     

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best Small Camera Ever

I have owned this camera for several months now. I got the camera for personal use and for work. Most of my initial shots were of work stuff so I was not immediately impressed. However, once I started using it for personal use the quality of the camera was stunning. Size Matters - this large sensor is capable of impressive image captures that the normal point & shoot can't compete with. Recently I was at a family gathering where the other family members had point & shoots and one DSLR. I comp...

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I have owned this camera for several months now. I got the camera for personal use and for work. Most of my initial shots were of work stuff so I was not immediately impressed. However, once I started using it for personal use the quality of the camera was stunning. Size Matters - this large sensor is capable of impressive image captures that the normal point & shoot can't compete with. Recently I was at a family gathering where the other family members had point & shoots and one DSLR. I compared my shots to others taken of the same subject with the other cameras including a Canon Rebel and couldn't believe the difference. This little Sony far out-shined the APS-C sensor of Canon and simply blew away the point & shoots. The detail was phenominal, the contrast and color saturation were incredible. Sony has hit a home run with this camera. I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for something more than just the ordinary point & shoot.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Really, Sony? Are you kidding?

This camera takes great pictures and has many amazing features... but how could Sony not pay attention to detail? Seriously! You can't adjust the timer for more than 10 seconds! Sometimes I want to take a picture of myself someplace; I set the timer, and I can't make it into the frame in 10 seconds. Why isn't an adjustable timer up to 30 seconds a STANDARD FEATURE? This seems like a no-brainer that Sony completely missed. But meanwhile, you can use 100 different HDR settings... great... too b...

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This camera takes great pictures and has many amazing features... but how could Sony not pay attention to detail? Seriously! You can't adjust the timer for more than 10 seconds! Sometimes I want to take a picture of myself someplace; I set the timer, and I can't make it into the frame in 10 seconds. Why isn't an adjustable timer up to 30 seconds a STANDARD FEATURE? This seems like a no-brainer that Sony completely missed. But meanwhile, you can use 100 different HDR settings... great... too bad you can't use the timer in HDR! WHAT THE HECK!? How hard is it to let the camera use the timer in HDR? Canon has had that ability for YEARS! Another problem: the so-called intelligent auto setting won't default to the "vivid/warm" color setting. Every time you turn off the camera, and turn it back on, you have to re-adjust to turn up or down the warmth/vividness settings. UGH! I'm so disappointed with these features... mostly because it means I have to carry two cameras now, my old Canon and my new Sony, because I sure as heck can't use the worthless timer on the Sony... What a pain in the butt. Thanks Sony.

Reviewed by 50 customers

 
4.0

Solid back-up

By

from NYC  -  Photo Enthusiast

Bought this camera as a back-up to a Sony A6000 for travel. Surprised by the image quality -- not far off the A6000. When turned off will fit in a jacket pocket. Great for when you don't want to carry a larger camera on a walk or short trip but want something more substantial image-wise than a smart phone. Very good lens. Autofocus good but not screaming fast. Feels solid and well made, not cheap and plastic-y. Only down side was there is no ergonomic grip. Camera doesn't feel quite secure in the hand. Use the supplied wrist strap so not afraid of dropping it. Overall very happy with the purchase.

 
5.0

Very good camera

By

from Texas  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This tiny camera fits in a shirt pocket but takes superb photos. I bought it as a "carry camera", as I frequently leave my bulky DSLR cameras at home because they are a pain to lug around. On a recent vacation, I took this and a DSLR. After the first day when I saw the results, I left the DSLR in the hotel and just carried the little Sony in my pocket. The photos were outstanding. This camera truly lives up to its reviews.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent Purchase - Highly Recommended

By

from Mooresville, NC  -  Photo Enthusiast

I wanted a powerful small camera. The open box Sony Cyber-Shot DCS-RX100 has exceeded my expectations in almost every way. While the camera takes great photos, for me it was not as intuitive as my Canon G10. This camera is more complicated. Once you learn how to use it you realize that it is a marvel of camera engineering. The open box camera I received looked brand new and untouched. Adorama shipped fast and has been an excellent company to deal with overall.

 
4.0

Great IQ, small, expensive

By

from Las Vegas, NV  -  Photo Enthusiast

Very tiny and solid, surface is slippery, the Sony $15 glue-on grip improves handling very much. The menus are the same as the alpha 77 SLT which makes it a seamless transition from the SLT. The layout of the menus could be better though. The buttons and ring are very customizable. The ring that is click-less is a little off putting but one gets used to it. Image quality is very good. The lens while fast as a 1.8 at 28mm equivalent, quickly loses speed as it is zoomed. Video is great but the non-cancelable digital zoom (which also has a different zooming speed) is a bit of a pain. There are some other Sony quirks it inherits from the SLTs; to operate the HDR when you are in RAW mode, you first have to get out of RAW and then set HDR (rather than the camera doing it automatically), the Flash Auto setting is not available in the creative auto modes as an option, only On or Off. Overall a great camera, just quite expensive considering one can get a new Canon S110 these days for ~$220.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Sometimes DSLR's are overkill

By

from San Jose, CA  -  Casual Photographer

This camera already has enough reviews about the specs and performance. I'll leave that out, but I'll share my experience of it as a casual photographer. As I get more exposure into photography, I start to learn about many photographs elements. I was pretty much thinking about upgrading to a DSLR after having played around with a superzoom, and learning that sometimes sensor size can cause a big difference. I also heard the phrase that the camera doesn't make the photo, it's just a tool for the photographer. I realize that, but I wanted a better tool than a 1/2.3' sensor size superzoom that would be more versatile for indoor and portraits. Also, I was a sucker for nice DOF effects, which is hard on a small sensor camera. Before looking at this P&S, I almost was going to jump into buying my first DSLR (a used 5D) for about the same price as I would have gotten this camera. Then I realized as a casual photographer who's interested in taking good pictures, it is a heavy investment in cameras to just be able to take casual photos that look nice. For me, I made the realization that if I choose to go down the DSLR route, I may just go around shooting with the "kit lens" that comes w/ whichever DSLR camera that I buy, if any, maybe one more lens that is +1 compared to the kit lens. It doesn't make sense. Moreover, I am starting to believe the phrase "The best camera you have is the camera you have with you". From speaking with other casual photographers like myself who own DSLRs, they more than often leave their cameras at home because it's too much gear and too heavy to lug around. This camera is the best camera to have with me when I go places. It takes great pictures, esp when I'm with others who don't have their DSLRs with them when we hang out. Since the 2 most important features I need as a casual photographer are low light capabilities for taking in door portraits and making professional looking photographs with DOF, this camera fits the bill w/o breaking the bank (comparing to buying a DSLR + lenses, of course). It's not cheap, but it gives me a sense of satisfaction to know that I can take just as good looking photos as I continue to hone my skill w/o having the temptation to spend money on gears that I will probably use only once or twice before letting them sit on the shelves collecting dust. In the future if I do decide that I've learned enough to really want to invest in a DSLR, this camera will STILL be a first choice for me to take around as it is pocketable. That's also a reason for me to get this camera first, learn more about photography, before deciding whether or not I really need a DSLR. At this time, the answer is no, but it may change. If you are a pro, or want to be like a pro, then this review won't be useful to you. However, if you are a casual photographer wanting to learn to take better looking pictures with a better tool, this camera will be a great choice for you, over buying a APS-C camera with a kit lens.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Even better than anticipated

By

from Seneca, SC  -  Photo Enthusiast

I've had this camera for a couple of weeks and am still learning about all of the features. I bought it to replace a less sophisticated point and shoot camera so that I could carry it on trips without missing the features of my larger DSLR. The features I wanted were the large sensor size, manual exposure, and the ability to record Raw images. These features are straight forward to use and work well. The manual that comes with the camera does not sufficiently describe use of all the features so I purchased a book. Going through the book I'm amazed at the controls one has even on the auto setting. You can easily access settings to change white balance, exposure control, depth of field, etc. Another surprise to me is the ability to use manual focus. I'm only partway through my book so I'm looking forward to more surprises. In short, I love this camera and the photos it produces. For negatives, the grip is a little precarious with no specific handhold, no view finder, and no external charger. I can easily live without the first two and I purchased an external charger with extra battery. Also, I purchased an Adorama open-box item and found it to be perfect with a full USA warranty.

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Great Compact Camera!

By

from Orchard Beach, MD  -  Casual Photographer

I bought this camera for my trip to Iceland. I didn't want to carry around a large camera. This camera is the best!

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Excellent

By

from Minneapolis, MN  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Image Quality. Period. No other camera this size comes close. I'm finding I'm leaving my DSLR at home a lot these days.

(0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Fantastic camera

By

from Singapore  -  Casual Photographer

This is my first point and shoot camera and I'm very impressed with the quality and perfect images it produces so far. Although a little pricey i can recommend it without a second thought. Fantastic camera.

(5 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Really, Sony? Are you kidding?

By

from Undisclosed

This camera takes great pictures and has many amazing features... but how could Sony not pay attention to detail? Seriously! You can't adjust the timer for more than 10 seconds! Sometimes I want to take a picture of myself someplace; I set the timer, and I can't make it into the frame in 10 seconds. Why isn't an adjustable timer up to 30 seconds a STANDARD FEATURE? This seems like a no-brainer that Sony completely missed. But meanwhile, you can use 100 different HDR settings... great... too bad you can't use the timer in HDR! WHAT THE HECK!? How hard is it to let the camera use the timer in HDR? Canon has had that ability for YEARS! Another problem: the so-called intelligent auto setting won't default to the "vivid/warm" color setting. Every time you turn off the camera, and turn it back on, you have to re-adjust to turn up or down the warmth/vividness settings. UGH! I'm so disappointed with these features... mostly because it means I have to carry two cameras now, my old Canon and my new Sony, because I sure as heck can't use the worthless timer on the Sony... What a pain in the butt. Thanks Sony.

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Shopper  where was camera made?
DAVID H  Made in Japan
Shopper  what is the zoom?
BOB R  The standard optical zoom is 100 mm (35 mm equivalent). Using Sony's Clear Image Zoom (CIZ) which is an enhanced crop of the center 10 megapixels, you get to 200 mm. With straight digital zoom on the center 5 megapixels you get to 400 mm. The latter two modes are not as high quality as the optical zoom, but CIZ actually does pretty well.
zeke o  Does this have Wi-Fi capability?
PETER B  The RX100 has neither WiFi nor GPS. It has been upgraded to RX100v.ii, and in June 2014 to RX200 It is a wonderful camera shooting raw and/or JPG files. Get the optional hand-grip.
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