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
Sharp lens, Wide aperture, Short shutter lag
Capable of a low-resolution burst mode
Solid product in more ways than one
Good photo quality, with respectable high ISO performance, Very rugged body
Macro performance is excellent
Huge focal range, DSLR aesthetics
Great value for money, Takes good pictures
Long zoom, Low price, Articulated screen
Produces very nice low- to midrange sensitivity pictures
Optional EVF available
Increased grip is a welcome design change
Image quality is excellent
Maximum aperture is too slow
Full 1080p HD movie recording and underwater movie mode
Full HD video mode and HDMI slot included
The WG-2's shooting performance isn't particularly fast and it only has digital image stabilization
Soft lens. Slow to start and shoot
Easy to handle
Great results in good light
Plenty of fun shooting options
Poor image quality
Excellent color accuracy
Waterproof, with a touch-screen
Blistering 10fps shot-to-shot speed
Excellent built-in viewfinder
'Plenty of features for beginners to grow.'
'The 600D now sits at the top-end of the company's entry-level SLR range, taking all the bits that made the 60D good and shrinking them down a bit.'
'Simple, flexible, artistic.'
'The T3i's controls can be frustrating to operate.'
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