It's great to see Sony innovating and taking the world of digital cameras to places they've never been. From ILC compact cameras like the NEX to translucent mirrors on the SLT Alpha line to full frame point and shoot sized cameras like the RX1, it's been a crazy and great ride. Their latest entry looks like a small Alpha DSLR style camera but it's really a bridge camera taken to the max. It has a fantastic 24-200mm Carl Zeiss lens with a constant f/2.8 aperture for low light and bokeh delights, some of the best 1080p video recording we've seen on a camera under $5,000 and it takes very good still shots too. It uses the same 1" sensor as the popular Sony RX100 II mated with their new BIONZ X processor that's also found in the Sony Alpha full frame A7 and A7r. It's not cheap at $1,299, but there's no other camera on the market that does so many things so well in one compact SLR-style package.
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