Further readings for the Sony Cybershot DSC-RX10 III
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The Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ2000 (also known as the Lumix DMC-FZ2500 in some areas) is a video-oriented super-zoom or bridge camera that uses a 1”-type 20-Mpix MOS sensor and a high-end Leica-branded 24-480mm equivalent, F2.8-4.5 stabilized zoom lens. The DSLR-style camera has a large (0.74x) built-in viewfinder and fully-articulating 3” display with 1,040K-dot resolution.
Following the successful integration of relatively large 1-inch type sensors in compact cameras a couple of years ago, manufacturers are beginning to offer a wider range of models to target certain genres. With a 25-250mm equivalent f/2.8-5.9 zoom and 20-Mpix 1-inch BSI-type sensor in a svelte body, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS100 (-TZ100 outside of North America) is aimed predominantly at travel enthusiasts.
Sony’s latest iteration of the RX10 is much more than a simple update. While it includes the same Bionz X level processor and what looks on paper at least to be the same or a related 20-Mpix 1”-type BSI sensor, version III has a totally different lens than its predecessors. Where the original RX and the version II featured a high-speed 24-200mm equivalent f/2.8 zoom, this new model has an impressive 24-600mm equivalent f/2.4-4.0 instead.
knowing all sensors come from the same factory this test show what all we know, there are the same i expected better from dxo, as in testing their lens now that would be an interesting test to read not this boring reading call me when you test the fz1000, g3x, rx10, rx100, gx7, etc LENS