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Sony DSC-RX10M II Digital Camera

20.2MP 8.3x CMOS Jan 2016
Megapixel Count Optical Zoom Image Stabiliser Sensor Type Release Date
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17 Reasons For

Sony Cameras Have Good Reviews

Sony bridge cameras have good reviews on average and across all digital cameras Sony is one of the better rated brands.

Supports Full HD Video

supports Full HD video

The Sony DSC-RX10M II supports Full HD video. Most of the other new bridge cameras do not support Full HD video.

We compared this camera to all the other cameras which support Full HD video and we think the Coolpix L830 ($229.00), and the Coolpix P530 ($368.00) both from Nikon which has better reviews is also worth considering.

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Supports WiFi Connectivity

The Sony DSC-RX10M II supports WiFi connectivity, unlike most of the other latest comparable spec cameras which do not support WiFi connectivity.

We compared all the other digital cameras which support WiFi connectivity to this digital camera and we think because of it's better review score, the Nikon Coolpix P530 ($368.00), and the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ300 ($497.99) is also worth considering.

There are a number of other digital cameras which also support WiFi connectivity that you might want to consider including the Kodak AZ525 ($190.86).

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Has an Image Stabiliser

The Sony DSC-RX10M II has an image stabiliser. Most of the other cameras that came out around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II also have an image stabiliser.

It may also be worth also looking at one of the other cameras with an image stabiliser currently available including because of it's better review score, the Nikon Coolpix L830 ($229.00), or the Medion Life X44022.

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Fairly Big Digital Zoom

The Sony DSC-RX10M II has a fairly big digital zoom (33 times zoom factor) compared to most of the other cameras that were released around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II. The digital zooms of bridge cameras that are a similar age to the DSC-RX10M II range from 2x to 33x, and the average digital zoom is 10x.

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Fairly High Megapixel Count

With a megapixel count of 20.2 megapixels, the DSC-RX10M II has a fairly high megapixel count compared to most of the other cameras that have been available for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II. The lowest megapixel count of new cameras is 12MP and the highest is 25MP.

Digital cameras with a higher megapixel count that might be worth considering include the Sony ILCA-68K ($84.95) (24.2MP).

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SD Memory Card

SD memory card

This digital camera supports an MS Duo|MS Micro (M2)|MS PRO Duo|MS PRO Duo HS|MS Pro-HG Duo|MS XC-HG Duo|MicroSD (TransFlash)|MicroSDHC|MicroSDXC|SD|SDHC|SDXC memory card, which is the most frequently supported memory card on bridge cameras that came out around the same time as it. SD cards are by far the most common type of memory card. They are compatible with the majority of digital cameras.

If the memory card type of this camera is not good enough for you then you might also want to consider the Coolpix L830 ($229.00) (SD|SDHC|SDXC), or the Coolpix P530 ($368.00) (SD|SDHC|SDXC) both from Nikon which also has a higher rating.

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Fairly High Display Resolution

Bridge cameras that were launched in the last year have display resolutions of between 920 pixels and 1,300,000 pixels, and the average display resolution is 770,000 pixels. The Sony DSC-RX10M II has a quite high display resolution (1,228,800 pixel) compared to most of the other newly released bridge cameras.

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3840 X 2160 Pixels Video Resolution

The DSC-RX10M II supports a maximum video resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. That's over nine times the video resolution of a 1280 x 720 pixels camera, which is the most common video resolution supported by bridge cameras that were launched in the last year. 1280 x 720 pixels is also supported by this Sony digital camera. In addition, this Sony camera supports a video resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. A video resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels is equivalent to 4K Ultra HD video. This has four times the detail of Full HD video.

This camera's video resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) is actually the best supported video resolution across all latest similar spec cameras.

The worst supported video resolution across similar types of camera is 640 x 480 pixels.

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Fairly High Maximum ISO Speed

The maximum ISO speeds of comparable spec cameras that were released in the last 12 months range from 1,600 to 26,000, and the average maximum ISO speed is 10,000. With a maximum ISO speed of 25,600, the DSC-RX10M II has a quite high maximum ISO speed compared to most of the other bridge cameras that have been on the market for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II.

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Has Seven White Balance Modes

The number of white balance modes found on the DSC-RX10M II is more than most bridge cameras that have been around for the last year. This camera has an Auto white balance mode, which is the most frequently found white balance mode found on new bridge cameras. The white balance modes "Cloudy", "Custom modes", "Daylight", "Fluorescent", "Incandescent" and "Shade" are also found on this digital camera.

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Has One Photo Effect

The number of photo effects found on the DSC-RX10M II is more than most latest cameras. This camera has a Black&White photo effect, which is the most commonly found photo effect found on bridge cameras that have been available for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II.

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3840 X 2160 Pixels Maximum Video Resolution

The DSC-RX10M II has a maximum video resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. That's over four times the video resolution of the most common maximum video resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

This camera's video resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) is in fact the best video resolution across all comparable spec digital cameras that were launched in the last 12 months.

Across comparable types of camera the worst video resolution is 1280 x 720 pixels.

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Has Four Shooting Modes

The number of shooting modes found on the DSC-RX10M II is more than most latest cameras. This Sony digital camera has an Auto shooting mode, which is the most frequently found shooting mode found on bridge cameras that came out in the last 12 months. The shooting modes "Movie", "Program" and "Scene" are also found on this camera.

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± 3EV (1/3EV Step) Light Exposure Correction

The Sony DSC-RX10M II has a ± 3EV (1/3EV step) light exposure correction which is wider than the ± 2EV (1/3EV step) light exposure correction found on most bridge cameras that have been on the market for around the same time as it.

A ± 3EV (1/3EV step) light exposure correction is in fact the best light exposure correction amongst all latest bridge cameras.

The worst light exposure correction amongst similar types of digital camera is ± 2EV (1/3EV step).

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TFT Display

The DSC-RX10M II has a better display than most recently released bridge cameras. This Sony digital camera has a TFT display, whereas most newly released bridge cameras have an LCD display. TFT LCDs provide better image quality and higher resolutions to earlier LCD displays but their limitations are narrow viewing angles and poor vislibility in direct sunlight.

This digital camera's display (TFT) is in fact the best display amongst all bridge cameras that have been around for the last year.

Amongst comparable types of digital camera the worst display is LCD.

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Auto Focus

This digital camera has an Auto/Manual focus, which is the most frequently found focus on bridge cameras that have been available for around the same time as it.

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10 Reasons Against

Does Not Have a Built-In Flash

The DSC-RX10M II does not have a built-in flash, although it is worth keeping in mind that most of the other bridge cameras that were released in the last 12 months also do not have a built-in flash.

It is worth also looking at other digital cameras which also have a built-in flash including the Nikon Coolpix L830 ($229.00), or the Medion Life X44022 which also has a higher rating.

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Not Waterproof

The Sony DSC-RX10M II is not waterproof, although this is within the context that most of the other bridge cameras that have been around for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II are also not waterproof.

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Not 3D Compatible

The DSC-RX10M II is not 3D compatible, although it is worth noting that most of the other bridge cameras that were launched around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II are also not 3D compatible.

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Does Not Have a GPS

Like most of the other recently released digital cameras, the Sony DSC-RX10M II does not have a GPS.

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Does Not Support Video Recording

Most cameras that have been around for a comparable time to the DSC-RX10M II do not support video recording. The DSC-RX10M II is no exception to this as it too does not support video recording.

Other cameras which also support video recording that you might want to consider include the Nikon Coolpix P530 ($368.00), or the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ300 ($497.99) which also has a higher rating.

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Very Small Optical Zoom

With an optical zoom of only 8.3 times zoom factor, the Sony DSC-RX10M II has one of the smaller optical zooms amongst bridge cameras of this age. The optical zooms of bridge cameras that are a similar age to the DSC-RX10M II range from 8.3x to 65x, and the average optical zoom is 33x.

Cameras with a bigger optical zoom that might be worth looking at include the Polaroid IX-5038 (50x and higher rated).

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Only Features Four Flash Modes

The number of flash modes featured on the DSC-RX10M II is more than most comparable spec digital cameras that are a similar age to it. This Sony camera features an Auto flash mode, which is the most frequently featured flash mode featured on comparable spec digital cameras that have been around for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II. The flash modes "Flash off", "Flash on" and "Slow synchronization" are also featured on this camera.

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Only Supports Twenty-Three ISO Speeds

The Sony DSC-RX10M II has a greater number of ISO speeds than most latest bridge cameras. This digital camera supports 3 and 200 ISO speeds, which is the most frequently supported ISO speed supported by digital cameras that have been around for a similar time to the DSC-RX10M II. The ISO speeds "100", "125", "160", "200", "250", "320", "400", "500", "640", "800", "1000", "1250", "1600", "2000", "2500", "4000", "5000", "6400", "8000", "10000", "12800" and "25600" are also supported by this camera.

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Very Short Maximum Focal Length

At only 460 millimeters, the DSC-RX10M II has a fairly short maximum focal length compared to most of the other bridge cameras that have been available for a comparable time to the DSC-RX10M II. Across all the bridge cameras that were launched around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II the maximum focal lengths range from 460mm to 1,400mm.

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Heavy

Similar spec digital cameras that have been available for a comparable time to the DSC-RX10M II have weights of between 310g and 770g, and the average weight is 560g. The Sony DSC-RX10M II is one of the heavier bridge cameras that have been around for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II (770 grams) amongst bridge cameras of this age.

If you would consider a digital camera with a heavier weight then you might want to look at the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ300 ($497.99) (640g and higher rated).

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3 Other reasons to consider the Sony DSC-RX10M II

Released Eleven Months Ago

This Sony camera was released eleven months ago.

Average Screen Size

At 3 inches, the DSC-RX10M II has a pretty typical screen size compared to most of the other cameras that have been on the market for around the same time as the DSC-RX10M II.

Alternative 3" screen digital cameras currently available that you might also want to consider include the Coolpix L830 ($229.00), or the Coolpix P530 ($368.00) both from Nikon which has better reviews.

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MOS Sensor Type

This camera has a CMOS sensor type, which is the most commonly found sensor type on bridge cameras that were launched in the last 12 months.

There are a number of alternative digital cameras that have a CMOS sensor currently available that you might want to look at including the Coolpix L830 ($229.00), or the Coolpix P530 ($368.00) both from Nikon which has better reviews.

If the sensor type of this camera is too bad for you then you might also want to consider the Medion Life X44022 (CCD) which also has a higher rating.

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Specification

Picture Quality
Camera Type
Megapixel Count
Sensor Type
Still Image Resolution
Maximum Image Resolution
Full-Frame Sensor Size
Aspect Ratio
Design
Colour
Lens System
Optical Zoom
Digital Zoom
Maximum Focal Length
Minimum Focal Length
Focal Length Range
Focusing
Auto Focus
Auto Mode Focusing Range
Focus
Auto Mode Focusing Range
Light Exposure
Light Exposure Mode
ISO Speed
Maximum ISO Speed
Minimum ISO Speed
Light Metering Mode
Light Exposure Correction
Shutter
Maximum Camera Shutter Speed
Minimum Camera Shutter Speed
Camera Shutter
Flash
Flash Mode
Tele Flash Range
Flash Range
Video
Maximum Video Resolution
Analog Signal Format
Video Resolution
HD Type
Audio
Memory
Memory Card
Display
Screen Size
Display
Display Resolution
Viewfinder
Lens Magnification Ratio
Ports & Interfaces
USB Connector Type
HDMI Connector
USB Version
USB Connector
Camera
White Balance Mode
Shooting Mode
Photo Effect
Self-Timer
Scene Mode
Weight & Dimensions
Weight
Height
Depth
Width
Weight Including Battery
Battery
Power Source
Battery
Battery Size
Maximum Battery Life
Shot Per Battery Charge
System Requirements
Packaging Content
Included Cable
Networking
Wireless LAN Type

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers sony rx10m2, sony dscrx10, sony rx10m2c, sony dscrx10m, sony rx10m2ce, sony dscrx10i, sony dscrx10m2, sony rx10m2ceh, sony dscrx10ii, sony dscrx10m2b, sony dscrx10m2c, sony dscrx10m2ce, sony dscrx10m2ceh
Barcodes 00027242893399, 00027242899681, 04548736018983

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