'Nice extension of the A7 series.'
'Image quality is also high, although it pays to shoot raw files to have the maximum flexibility with colour, brightness and dynamic range.'
'Sturdy build and small scale design'
Films in 4K, but only with an external recorder
Great quality rivals DSLRs of similar resolution
An affordable full-frame CSC
Pros: Affordable, small size.
Once in a while we are treated to a groundbreaking camera that astounds us. For 2013, it’s Sony's Alpha A7 compact mirrorless full-frame camera.
Full-featured, best-performing super-zoom
One-size-fits-all bridge cameras are often touted as DSLR alternatives, but they’ve always lacked great performance and image quality – until Sony’s Cyber-shot RX10 showed up, that is.
Photos are very subtly sharper
Smallest full-frame camera available, Impressive noise performance
High-resolution full frame sensor in a small-ish camera package
Excellent OLED electronic viewfinder
Picture Effects, Low light performance
Comfortable handgrip and handling
Good image quality
Excellent picture quality for its class
Sharp results shooting handheld even at the far reaches of the zoom
Excellent image quality, Exemplary handgrip
Sharp results handheld at maximum optical reach, Manual zoom
Excellent photos and very good video
Excellent high ISO performance
Excellent full-frame sensor
Noise under control, AF Range control
Affordable, if rather unexciting, super-zoom camera
Wide-angle lens, Good macro performance
Respectable photo quality
Image quality is excellent
Has an arm-length list of features
Excellent image quality, Excellent value for money
Expensive and probably a bit large for the typical point-and-shoot upgrader
Fast autofocus for stills and video
it's easy to get great shots in practically any condition
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