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.