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A “premium” digital camera, the Sony DSC-RX100 is not lacking in persuasiveness: a larger-than-usual CMOS sensor; a bright, high-quality wide-angle (f1/8) lens; a more compact size than all other expert APNs on the market; and a weight that is only half that of the Canon PowerShot G1 X. All complemented by the latest Sony image technologies, such as 50p video, rapid burst shooting, integrated HDR, shooting at night without a tripod, and a brand-new “WhiteMagic” display screen. Does this mean that the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 will become the new camera of reference among expert compacts?
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