Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Review


Sony Cyber-shot RX10 Review - Verdict

Sony Cyber-shot RX10 front view

There's no denying that the RX10 is something of a niche camera, in no small part due to a launch price that is some £600 more expensive than its nearest bridge competitor

The fact is, however, that you're getting a whole lot of camera for that price tag. If you were to buy an equivalent to the 24-200mm f/2.8 Carl Zeiss lens alone you'd be looking at a serious investment.

The RX10 also delivers on image quality, thanks to the impressive 1in sensor, while it's also certainly a camera that delivers on the premium pitch in terms of design and overall feature-set.

So if you're happy to meet the high price tag then the RX10 is worth serious consideration as it is probably the best bridge camera we've ever tested.

Jon Tarrant

Jon Tarrant

Former professional photographer and photography journalist, Jon has now put his physics degree to good use by becoming a physics teacher. He contributes technical features to WDC and is our primary lens tester, where his science background comes in very handy. He is the author of eight photography books on topics ranging from portraiture and lighting to Understanding Digital Cameras.

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Design 19/20
Image Quality 19/20
Performance 17/20
Value 16/20
Features 19/20
Overall Score 90%

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