Sony RX100M3 Camera

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

As smartphone cameras improve each and every year, point-and-shoot cameras are slowly but surely starting to become extinct for regular users. While this may be the case, it doesn’t make the soon to be released Sony RX100M3 any less impressive.

The tech giant has carried over some of the features from the previous models like the 20.2 megapixel sensor, built-in WiFi, 10 FPS shooting capabilities, and tilting LCD screen. But, Sony has also introduced plenty of new features this time around as well. The latest iteration includes a 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens along with a built-in ND filter, and a pop-up Electronic Viewfinder with 1.4 million dot OLED display. Fans looking to get their hands on one of these shooters will have to wait until the June 20th release date. [Purchase]

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