$1,899.00

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4.6 based on 25 customer reviews

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25 Customer Reviews

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Easily transportable

DSC-RX10M2 26 July 2018 by sweetiepeetie (United Kingdom)

I bought this as an upgrade to the Mark 1 version as it has the ability to use additionally available PlayMemory apps. I was happy with the first version and expect to be even happier now that I can use Multiple Exposure app.

Picture Quality

Good

Features

Good

Design

Good

Ease of Use

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Lovely saturated pictures in vivid mode

DSC-RX10M2 19 May 2018 by pt_22 (United Kingdom)

Enjoyable camera to use that rewards with lovely images. Love the 2.8 aperture throughout. Only two grips - it's very slow to turn on, and connecting to a smartphone isn't easy or intuitive.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Good

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Average

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Good stuff

DSC-RX10M2 29 December 2017 by Ncknameforsony (United Kingdom)

Have not had the camera long so cannot talk about reliability or weather proofing but it's simple to use, has good features including her and panorama. Smaller than later versions so probably easier to carry around

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Great camera

DSC-RX10M2 22 November 2017 by lindyloo62 (United Kingdom)

Great picture quality and lots of useful features Good size camera would recommend

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problems with batteries draining too fast

DSC-RX10M2 09 September 2017  (USA)

I recorded a 4 day concert but the batteries drained even plugged in and it died... bad design... fix it.

Picture Quality

Good

Features

Good

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Good

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Slow Motion not easy to use

DSCRX10M2/B 10 August 2017 by sarosh (USA)

Slow Motion not easy to use it is very difficult to use

Picture Quality

Average

Features

Good

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Good

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camere for future

DSCRX10M2/B 22 June 2017 by borpoy (USA)

if you want to use profisional camera and dont want to lost time and money for details this camera for this

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

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Outstanding value for money and stunning image

DSC-RX10M2 01 May 2017 by AndyN (United Kingdom)

I bought my first RX10 ii as a handy b-roll video camera for my much larger (and more expensive) Sony EX1R video cameras, but I very quickly realised the image quality of the RX10 ii was far superior to that of the older cameras. The video codec proved far easier to colour correct too. Very soon, I decided I would use two RX10's so that both produced closely matched colours and quality. At about this time, Sony released the RX10 iii with a 600mm (equivalent) zoom, so I was initially tempted to go for that until I discovered it didn't have a built in ND filter. As I shoot most of my footage in s-log2, the built-in ND is virtually essential because of the increased ISO setting, so I opted for another RX10 ii. It's very easy to use, and image quality for both video and stills is excellent. Another big plus for me is the constant f2.8 lens. A big drawback, however, is the zoom. There is a hugely pronounced kick in the zoom which is really annoying. Even with image stabilisation on, the kick is still apparent. It's so bad that I returned the first camera that was sent to me, thinking it was a fault, but the replacement was just the same, so I decided to stick with it. The camera is so good in nearly every other way, that I decided to put up with the kick in the zoom. Fortunately, the image stabilisation in Final Cut Pro X will usually take the kick out, but it's a pity Sony couldn't. Of course, the zoom kick doesn't apply when you're shooting still pictures, so I guess this is why Sony allowed it to stay. Overall though, I'm absolutely delighted with the RX10 mk ii. I will only replace the two I have when a similarly priced (and sized) camera is available which will shoot 4K video at 50 or 60 frames per second.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Excellent

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king kamera

DSCRX10M2/B 01 March 2017 by nuffthing (USA)

had it 4 juzt 5 dayz, and feeling great about thiz kamera! fantaztik feel, and great size! hatz and kapz off 2 sony, keep up the innovations sony, thankz

Picture Quality

Good

Features

Good

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

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new camera on holiday

DSC-RX10M2 18 January 2017 by dez (United Kingdom)

this camera is very good in all features and ease of use, only down on this is the unusual high cost. but quality makes up for this.

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Great camera but....

DSC-RX10M2 16 January 2017 by decer (United Kingdom)

Two weeks since purchase: the camera is superb with unmatched features, build and performance but the "instructions" are appalling. The camera settings are so numerous that Sony must have decided there were too many to describe their access. Time on the net and/or YouTube is essential and well worth it.

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Excellent

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Excellent

Ease of Use

Excellent

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Amazing Video shooting exeprience

DSC-RX10M2 11 January 2017  (United Kingdom)

4K video on this camera looks fantastically great! Also, the still image taken looks awesome and just doing as well as a DSLR as well.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Good

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Amazing camera!

DSC-RX10M2 17 November 2016 by raymi (United Kingdom)

This camera has amazing lens ,very good for low light photo and video. For amateur photographer this rx10 II is best camera on the market. Don't be shy and try use manual mode,learn learn and one day you will decide get A7R II!:)

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

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Outdoor shooting + digital zoom

DSC-RX10M2 15 November 2016 by Jananam (United Kingdom)

Outdoor shooting + digital zoom Good quality phtos

Picture Quality

Good

Features

Good

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Good

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Sony RX10 mk II with 24-200mm F 2.8 lens

DSC-RX10M2 22 April 2016 by F Stop Sandy (United Kingdom)

Very good Bridge Compact camera. I purchased the camera for still photography as it is of a good light weight design. As I ware spectacles I find the electronic viewfinder very good, particularly in low light situations.

Picture Quality

Good

Features

Excellent

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Excellent

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Excellent low light go anywhere camera

DSC-RX10M2 26 March 2016 by SteveR32D (United Kingdom)

I have owned this camera for just three weeks but already have found its low light performance to be excellent. The clear zoom feature works very well so to all intents and purposes it has a 400mm reach. I have not yet tested its video performance but know I will have to upgrade my computer to run 4k video. I am looking forward to checking the HFR features. A good all round travel camera which I will be taking on my next holiday.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Good

Design

Good

Ease of Use

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Very good camera

DSC-RX10M2 08 December 2015  (United Kingdom)

All the features of a DSLR in a convenient bridge format. Like the camera very much and look forward to many years of happy photography with it.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Average

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Brilliant Allrounder

DSC-RX10M2 24 November 2015  (United Kingdom)

Taken the plunge and sold all my lenses and DSLR as for me there is now a camera that "has it all" in one ergonomic and portable device. And this is it!

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

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So far, so good

DSC-RX10M2 22 October 2015 by Mykul (United Kingdom)

So far, this camera is proving to be a really good buy. The OS is nice and there is so much functionality. Tried the HFR recording and was very pleased.

Picture Quality

Excellent

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Good

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Excellent

Ease of Use

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RX10M2

DSC-RX10M2 15 October 2015 by sigbabini (United Kingdom)

Everything is Ok, but in the box of camera no include MANUAL and SOFTWARE

Picture Quality

Good

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

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Best travel camera ever!

DSC-RX10M2 11 September 2015 by Mac photographer (United Kingdom)

This was an upgrade from a RX100M2 as I wanted a camera with a longer range on the zoom and a constant f number. I was impressed with the jpeg's out of the RX100M2 and the RX10M2 does not disappoint! The results are excellent requiring very little post processing. In fact I shoot JPEG only as I see no real advantage shooting RAW so far. It won't replace my DSLR for bird photography or my plane photography. But it does everything else extremely well. I find the camera very easy to use and love the fact it handles like a DSLR. Two things I would comment on, I would like to be able to view images without turning the camera on like the RX100M2. The other thing I would like is a totally manual zoom, but that may be just me. I have found the lens suffers with some chromatic aberration in high contrast areas. This can be removed in software.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Excellent

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Versatile & High Quality

DSC-RX10M2 06 September 2015 by BernieUK (United Kingdom)

I bought the DSC-RX10M2 as an additional camera for its video capabilities and as a do-it-all camera for when I don't wish to carry a camera and separate lenses. The product has lived up to my expectations.

Picture Quality

Excellent

Features

Good

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Good

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Love it

DSC-RX10M2 04 July 2015 by S787iFly (Australia)

I bought this camera over a year ago as a travel camera for both photos and video. It has all the features that I need when on the go and the flexibility to cover so many situations. The lens is amazing for photos with the constant 2.8 aperture and usable zoom. The video is ever better since the firmware upgrade to the XAVC-S codec. I used to use my RX100 more before but now the RX10 is my go to camera unless I need something smaller for a pocket.

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DSC-RX10M2 21 October 2014 by MdB0 (Australia)

Where does one begin with the RX10? For most it might be that amazing Zeiss 24-200mm f2.8 lens coupled to a very capable 1" 20MP sensor that gives bigger sensors a run for their money (and could never have that kind of lens range and speed!). But there is more to it than that. There is the fantastic mag alloy moisture and dust resistant body, the excellent control interface with direct dials for aperture, shutter, ISO and exp comp all at the same time. Or maybe the excellent EVF and tilting display that unlike a DSLR work the same regardless of which you use. There is the top level display that shows you all your settings at a glance and usually only reserved for top level DSLRs. For stills shooters there is the near silent leaf shutter which apart from being very discrete also allows high speed flash sync. The image stabilisation is also superb, I have easily hand held down to 0.8 seconds at 200mm equivalent, that's about 7 stops! So we've established that it is an excellent stills camera, great sensor, great FAST lens range, high level build, great user interface and tricks up it's sleeve that DSLR's simply cannot do like high speed flash sync and near silent discrete shooting, with me still? But the really BIG thing about this camera is just how good a video camera it is, you have adjustable focus peaking, adjustable zebras, mic input which is fully controllable, headphone output for monitoring, you can use the EVF or tilting LCD, it also has a built in switchable 3 stop ND filter (this is huge and for anyone that has shot with DSLR type cameras has an enormous benefit) as well as a 62mm filter thread for using polarisers or additional NDs (though I have never needed extra NDs on the RX10). You can also punch in focus whilst recording, variable smooth zoom speed, declick the aperture control, use auto ISO or use the near silent rear controller to ride ISO. The image stabilisation is incredible for handheld shooting and the clear image zoom actually works well for video. Want more from a 'run & gun' video camera? How about the ability to add XLR inputs via the multi interface hotshoe? This ALONE makes the RX10 a bargain. There is absolutely ZERO video cameras under $2k with XLR inputs and those that do don't come close to the kind of image quality you get out of the RX10 or the flexibility as a high quality stills camera. Add to this the newly updated firmware from Sony that adds XAVC-S codec and round out with 1080p at up to 60fps and 720p up to 120fps (yes this is world switchable for both NTSC and PAL) and the RX10 becomes the best 'hybrid' camera ever created. I have had one since they came out and it has been put to work as a professional video camera on at least one job a week since then, it has never faltered and has been a constant companion. Yes occasionally it has been a B-Cam to bigger rigs, but it is just the easiest camera to pick up and shoot and get work done. I cannot recommend the RX10 enough and if you still don't believe me, why not check out what Bob Krist from National Geographic has to say about it. Everyone who has ever put this camera to actual work has been utterly impressed with what it is capable of in both stills and video. My only disappointment with the RX10 is that it doesn't support apps like the RX100 III does, most specifically the time lapse app, as the RX10 makes for an awesome time lapse camera, it is small, has a excellent range for almost any application, fantastic image quality, great battery life and most importantly for a time lapse camera a quiet leaf shutter (leaf shutters typically have a much higher life span than focal plane shutters and time lapse can really really chew through your shutter count!). Luckily however there are controllers and apps etc becoming available for the RX10 that enables time lapse photography, so not a bit deal, but considering it has everything else built in and ready to go it would be nice if the time lapse app were as well.

Taken from store.sony.com.au

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