Sony RX100-M3 Camera

Sony RX100-M3 Camera

Sony RX100 M3

maker: Sony
sensor: 1” Exmor R CMOS
mega pixels: 20.1
capture rate: 10 fps
format: digital
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Absolutely stunning picture quality, compact enough to take anywhere. Now your photos maintain soft background defocus even when zoomed in with the improved f1.8-2.8 24-70mm Zeiss lens. There’s even a pop-up electronic viewfinder for eye-level framing and a 180 degree tiltable screen for 20.1 MP selfies. Lastly, the ultra-fast BIONZ X processor adds speed and accuracy for stills as well as beautiful HD video.

Featuring a large 1.0” Exmor R CMOS image sensor. The back-illuminated technology doubles light sensitivity and combines with Sony’s Column A/D Conversion to reduce noise levels — a great help when photographing in dimly lit environments. Markedly reduced noise is evident even when high-sensitivity settings are used for capturing night landscapes or indoor scenes.

The DSC-RX100 III sports an all new bright F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens with 24-70mm zoom. The lens is perfect for portraits and macro shots with beautiful defocused - bokeh backgrounds. A premium multi-layered T* coating also dramatically reduces ghost and flare caused by light reflection.

View every scene in rich detail with the bright and retractable SVGA OLED Tru-Finder. The viewfinder faithfully displays what will appear in your recording, including the effects of your camera settings, so you can accurately monitor the results. The Zeiss T* coating enhances clarity and reduces flare and reflection in the eyepiece optics.

Photos Taken with this Camera

The Roman Forum
Elena in Trieste
Elena & Yulia in Segesta
Elena & Yulia in Cefalu
Strolling Together in Zagreg
On Top the World with Dad
Valle de Guadalupe
A Dinner Spree
St. Basil Cathedral
Grand Cafe Dr. Zhivago
A Trieste Stroll
Elena & Yulia in Sclafani Bagni

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