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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX100 II Digital Camera, 20.2Mp, 1" Exmor CMOS Sensor, via Wi-Fi or NFC, F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens with 3.6x Zoom - Black

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This Sony DSC-RX100M II Bundle comes with $63.90 worth of free accessories including a Lexar 16GB microSDHC Class 10 and a Sony LCJ-RXF and Shipping is free!

The Sony DSC-RX100 II with its 1-inch sensor (a bit smaller than Micro Four Thirds) offers several more advanced features and claims improved image quality over the RX100, which will continue to be available. While it physically looks the same as the RX100 , the Sony DSC-RX100 II adds Wi-Fi sharing, and a new imaging sensor that Sony saes will deliver better image quality and less noise in low light. The Sony DSC-RX100 II also addresses one of the major knocks against the original Sony DSC-RX100, which was a lack of a hot shoe/data port to accomodate an electronic viewfinder and/or flash.

Sony DSC-RX100 II Key features:
• New 1" 20.2 MP Exmor R sensor
• Bright F1.8 Carl Zeiss® Vario-Sonnar T* zoom lens Simple connectivity to smartphones via Wi-Fi or NFC
• ISO range 160-12800, advanced noise reduction
• Up to 0.13 seconds with high speed AF
• P/A/S/M operating modes via control ring
• JPEG and RAW
• Multi-interface Smart Accessory Shoe
• Full HD movies at 60p/24p with full exposure control
• Tiltable, 1,229k dot, 3-inch LCD

Wi-Fi features

In addition to Wi-Fi support for connecting to smartphones, the DSC-RX100 II also supports NFC (near field communication) - a first for Sony digital cameras - providing "touch connection" operation when transferring images to Android smartphones and tablets. Users touch devices to connect; no complex set-up is required. When using Smart Remote Control - a feature that allows shutter release to be controlled by a smartphone - the connection between the DSC-RX100 II and the smartphone can be established by touching devices.

Zippy AF claimed
To improve focusing speed and sensitivity, Sony says the Exmor R CMOS sensor uses its rapid throughput to deliver high-quality image signals to the camera's BIONZ processor, which provides intelligent response data to a new high speed actuator motor in the lens. Sony claims fast, DSLR-like focusing speeds even in low light.

New Shoe
A Multi Interface Shoe (Sony's proprietary version of a hot shoe) will accommodate an external flash, stereo microphone, or electronic viewfinder. This is an important addition; rather than forcing you to rely exclusively on the LCD monitor (which may be difficult in bright sunlight and other shooting situations) you will be able to use an EVF to frame images by holding the camera up to your eye, which is a more comfortable way of shooting for many photographers.

Control Ring
The control ring around the lens can be assigned to adjust various features (at various values), from basics like zooming and aperture to creative functions like Picture Effect.

More cool features:
• A customizable function button can be assigned one of seven different functions.
• Optical Steady Shot uses 3-way digital image stabilization to avoid rolling, clockwise and anti-clockwise rotation, a useful thing for video.
• HDR up to 6 stops is available and can be captured in a split second, although a tripod is recommended.
• Auto Object Framing zooms in on a person in a horizontal photo and crops to a vertical, recognizing the face in the scene. * 15 Picture Effect Modes, 6 creative styles.

The Sony DSC-RX100M II is commonly used for Family photos, Low light, Travel, Video and more.The Sony DSC-RX100M II is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Photo enthusiast, Semi-pro photographer among others.The Sony DSC-RX100M II is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Sony DSC-RX100M II: Compact, Easy to use, Good battery life, Good in low light, Great resolution, Large clear LCD and Zoom range/performance

Sony DSC-RX100M II Features

  • 20.2 MP Exmor 1" CMOS sensor - extreme low-light shots
  • Bright F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens w/3.6x zoom
  • Simple connectivity to smartphones via Wi-Fi or NFC
  • Up to ISO 12800 sensitivity w/advanced noise reduction
  • Focus as fast as 0.13 seconds with high speed AF
  • P/A/S/M operating modes with smooth precise control ring
  • Record your photos as JPEG files, RAW files, or both
  • Multi-interface Smart Accessory Shoe for system accessories
  • Full HD 1080/60p video w/manual control and dual record
  • Large tiltable 3" display w/ bright whites & true blacks

Sony DSC-RX100M II Specifications

Lens Type
Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T*
Optical Zoom
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
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)
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
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
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 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)
Memory Card Slot
Dual compatibility slot: Memory Stick PRO Duo/Pro-HG Duo/PRO-HG HX Duo media - SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card
Yes (NFC Forum Type 3 Tag compatible, One-touch remote, One-touch sharing)
HD Output
HDMI (Type D micro)
USB Port(s)
USB 2.0 Hi-speed (mass-storage, MTP)
Yes, via HDMI® with compatible BRAVIA HDTV (link menu)
PhotoTV HD
Yes, with BRAVIA Sync enabled HDTV and HDMI® cable
Microphone Input
Via MI Shoe + Optional ECM-XYST1M
Remote Commander
Yes, via RM-VPR1
Accessory Shoe
Multi Interface Shoe
Yes, via AC-UB10 AC charger and USB cable
Tripod Mount
Yes (1/4" diameter, 20 threads per inch)
Battery Type : LITHIUM ION NP-BX1 (supplied)
Power Consumption (in Operation) : Approx. 1.5W
Dimensions WxHxD
4" × 2-9/32" × 1-1/2" (101.6 x 58.1 x 38.3 mm) excluding protrusions
With battery and Memory Stick PRO Duo Approx. 9.9 oz. (281 g)
Weight(Approx) (Main unit only)
7.8 oz. (222 g)
Mfr #

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Just Got The Camera

Just got the camera. I have used the previous version of this camera for a year now and it's great. I was looking forward to the wi-fi feature of the new camera, but it's a no-go, at least if you're a Mac OSX user. There's one thing I really hate -- us Mac users being relegated to the back of the bus insofar as software support is concerned. In this case, I go to the web link Sony has designated in the supporting documentation as the link to download the software for wi-fi for the Mac (a comp...

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Just got the camera. I have used the previous version of this camera for a year now and it's great. I was looking forward to the wi-fi feature of the new camera, but it's a no-go, at least if you're a Mac OSX user. There's one thing I really hate -- us Mac users being relegated to the back of the bus insofar as software support is concerned. In this case, I go to the web link Sony has designated in the supporting documentation as the link to download the software for wi-fi for the Mac (a completely unintelligible Japanese link if you must know, or are fluent in Japanese) and I am greeted with a "File Not Found" (the only non Japanese characters on the web site) greeting. Please don't tell me that a company as large as Sony is incapable (or unwilling) to release software support for a product for both the Windows and the Mac platform simultaneously. Very frustrating experience and it definitely does not make me want to buy a VAIO computer if that's their ulterior motive.

Reviewed by 28 customers


great camera


Great camera, great lens, great build quality, cannot go wrong with this camera


Outstanding little camera


Take everywhere camera. Technology is amazing. Excellent resolution, HD video goes for almost half an hour. Easy to use. Seems very sturdy. Screen is sharp and bright. Viewing in the sunlight is not a problem. I'm serious about my photography. Also shoot 4x5 and 8x10. This camera does exactly what I want it to. It's my "plan B" camera--always with me. Lens is crisp and tack sharp. Macro is outstanding. Minor issues: cover for download/charging cable is awkward to open and the cap catches on the plug. Not really that big of deal but it is annoying. Buy this camera, you'll love it.


Awesome camera


I've been using this camera for a few months. When I want great pictures without the need of a DSLR. This is a great addition to my DSLR full frame.




I'm still deciding whether or not I'm keeping this camera or am returning for the RX100 III or the new Olympus. I'm quite disappointed in the zoom range. I thought the previous reviewers might have had a skewed vision of what they wanted the zoom to be, comparing it to a DSLR, but I was wrong. If you just compare this to a straight up point and shoot the zoom lens is one of the major issues with this camera. It takes great pics, but if I have to be super close to my image, then it leaves me with limited options for images I would like to take while I'm on vacation and may not be able to get close to the subject. For the price tag you would have thought that Sony would have really looked at this obviously overlooked feature. No grip handle makes it very difficult to get that firm grip on the camera. Could probably add one aftermarket if I decide to keep. That being said, The camera takes great pictures and the lcd screen is amazing. Not sure it's worth the price tag, as I can get some great quality pictures from my old Olympus. Still deciding.....

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Wonderful Camera


The Sony RX-100M2 is a great camera. I purchased it as pocketable vacation travel and family photo camera. Last year I bought the Nikon D 7100 and have some very good lenses for it, but but it is too bulky and heavy for many situations. The RX-1000M2 photo quality is substantially better than any of the other commpact cameras including the Canon G-16 and the Nikon 7800. Both of these I purchased and returned. The RX-100M2 is fast and has accurate focus,exposure and color. It is also lighter and smaller than either, but does cost about $200+ more. Even with the Sony RX-100 case on it fits in my pants or jacket pocket. The construction and mechanical operations are high quality. While this camera can be operated in the auto and scene and take wonderful photos by a novice, it was intended as pocket camera for the hobbist/enthusiast. I would definitely recommend purchasing a guide book to learn when and how to operate the many features of this camera. Some things may actually take some practice to learn to use, such as the panorama. Also the menues can be confusing at first. Bottom line: This is an wonderful, but pricey pocket camera.




The Sony RX 100 II had me won over from the first picture. That one inch sensor is remarkable! The camera required no learning curve to use as the functions are almost identical to our older DSC Cyber-shot camera we own. My wife and I have been taking pictures of our grandchildren and they are all very sharp focused and beautiful high resolution. Digital photography has come a long ways!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Great compact near -DSLR


I bought this as a replacement for my water damaged RX-100 (version 1) after my underwater housing leaked :( . To tell you how much I loved that camera, I immediately replaced it with version II. In side to side comparisons with my Nikon D7100 it is nearly as good with quality, sharpness, colors and much easier to toss in a carry on bag for a quick getaway. When used with a MeFoto travel tripod, it's even better. Some have complained that the menus are hard to use, but that's true with any high end camera to be able to get the most benefit and with a little use it quickly becomes intuitive. The big advantage over the first version I think will be the wireless capacities, although at this point probably better with Android than with IOS.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


What a delight to use!


Small, easy to pack, loaded (maybe a little over the top) with features this camera delivers IQ along of many top DSLR's. (I have a Nikon 600) and it comes close. Super easy to use, I take it everywhere. Price is probably a little high for the average person unless yo want the best.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Excelent Pocket Camera


Just returned with 4300 images of Myanmar and Thailand and am quite pleased with results which are comprable in quality to those of my much larger Sony A55 DSLR. Relatively limited zoom range was less of an issue than expected. Once interface became familiar, it worked well, and will probably work even better with more experience.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent product, best in its class


I have tested this product using the auto controls and the manual ones and found that either way the picture quality is excellent. It performs in low light better that any compact in the market at this time. There is very little noise when using the higher ISO and the color quality remains the same under low light conditions.


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Shopper  Can the LCD be made to look forward to take self portraits?
KEVIN W  No. The screen does not articulate up that far nor does it twist (reverse) so you can see yourself, It flips up about 45 degrees only and has a marginal amount of value.
Barry Y  Can I mount an older Canon 277T flash unit on the RX100M2's Multi-Interface Shoe without damaging the camera?
GLENN M  Barry - You would need an adaptor to make this happen and because Sony has just recently change the shoe on their cameras, I don't think your gone to find an adapter. I just had to purchase one so I could use a flash unit I had for the RX100 to use on the RX100M2. That's how new it is. Big pain in the A. - Glenn
Shopper  Can the LCD be made to look forward to take self portraits?
KEVIN W  No. The screen does not articulate up that far nor does it twist (reverse) so you can see yourself, It flips up about 45 degrees only and has a marginal amount of value.
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