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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.

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Great camera

DSC-RX10M2 30 December 2013 by pointydexter (Australia)

Fantastic pro enthusiast level camera. Not cheap but will leave you not wanting for anything else. Beautiful crisp clear photos. Zoom range is about right. Video great as well. Only had for 2 weeks but loving so far.

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