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Sony RX100 VI : Specifications and Opinions




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The Sony RX100 VI is a compact camera with 1" (2.7x) sensor and 20.1 megapixels manufactured from 2018. The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 80 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 24 FPS x 233 JPEG, 110 RAW. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 800 €;
20 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10


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 Sensor
 Format   1" (2.7x)
 Resolution   20.1 megapixel
 ISO sensitivities   80 - 12800
 File formats   JPEG, RAW

 Esposure
 Shutter speeds   30" - 1/32000
 Exp. compensation   +/- 3 stops at 1/3 steps
 Exp. modes   M, S, A, P, Scena
 Metering modes   Multi-Area, Semi-Spot, Spot

 Features
 Stabilization   Yes
 Autofocus (AF areas)   315
 Continuos shooting (with autofocus)   24 FPS x 233 JPEG, 110 RAW
 Continuos shooting (without autofocus)   24 FPS x 233 JPEG, 110 RAW
 Live View   Yes
 Dust reduction   Not needed (it is a fixed-lens camera)
 Video mode   4K (3840x2160p) @ 30 FPS
 WiFi   Yes
 GPS   No
 USB   micro-USB (2.0)
 USB Charging   Yes

 Built and notes
 Lens   9.0-72.0mm f/2.8-4.5  (24-200mm equiv.)
 Min. focus distance   0.08 meters
 Touchscreen   Yes
 LCD   3.0", 640 x 480 pixels, articulated
 Viewfinder   Electronic, coverage 100%, 0.59x
 Viewfinder resolution   1024 x 768 px
 Flash   Yes, guide number 6 meters
 Storage   SD, SDHC, SDXC
 Shutter   Mechanical and electronic
 Battery   Li-Ion (Sony NP-BX1, capacity 4.50 Wh)
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   301 g
 Dimensions   102 x 58 x 43 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on July 21, 2020

Pros: Really compact dimesions, zoom, removable viewfinder, usb charging also via powerbank.

Cons: Battery life, slow buffer, price definitely too high, grip totally absent (it is strongly suggested to put in another 15 euros or so to buy one).

Opinion: Perfect to carry with on every occasion given the low weight and footprint. Zoom fast and reliable, good the brightness of the lens, less in low light conditions. Great videos in 4k, too bad for the limit of 5min per clip and the lack of microphone input. With the menus you have to take our hand. Basically a really pocket-sized handyman. Too bad for the bad battery life and the definitely "out of price" price. I was also very defiant to have found in the box a seal (sony) already cut, with a second glued above (always branded sony) intact and larger to cover the one below, so open box and re-sealed again, also lacked the classic sony tag hanging from the machine. Too bad, since I paid for the car again! No one could tell me, however, if I caught a refurbished one! Although the machine seems to run smoothly this episode left me very, doubtful and defiant!

avatarjunior
sent on December 05, 2019

Pros: Focal range, single-movement pop-up viewfinder, photo quality, optical sharpness

Cons: Price, battery life, focal opening especially at 24mm, lack of digital stabilization in 4K, micro-usb and not usb-c, image transfer app transfers only jpg

Opinion: I come from 6 years of RX100 mk1 and a year and a half of The RX100 mk3 which had not satisfied me because of the sight that required a double movement with the fingers and the short focal side canvases. The mk6 meets these demands by paying duty on brightness and price. As for the portraits you can get a greater blur thanks to the upper focal length (where possible causes space) and I have never blamed the need for more brightness in a generic use suitable for a compact like this. Remarkable sharpness for an 8x optic, practically comparable to the previous one that was 3x, while in addition to the pros and cons already indicated I mark the chronic need (for my hands) of an additional grip. After having the original Sony (15th) and the Chinese copy (8th) I strongly invite you to buy the first, firmer, of better materials and most liking to the touch.

avatarsenior
sent on November 11, 2019

Pros: It is a perfect professional micro for employment in difficult conditions such as in the high mountains

Cons: a little dark optics, battery life, exaggerated price, and other minor aspects explained below

Opinion: It is a complete machine that complements an FF kit and just say this. However, it is not without any improveable aspects. A non-secondary factor is the lifespan of batteries, which even using measures aimed at saving them, do not allow you to go over 300 shots -about - for this is mandatory to travel with a good supply of batteries. I come from an RX100 m1 and have been using it assiduously for about a year. It has a very good optics, although mine at maximum focal length decreases a bit of quality. In my opinion, its main flaw is precisely the brightness of the optics, a diaphragm less than the RX100 m1, which makes it more difficult to shoot with little light and forces you to raise the sensitivity; This increases the sensor noise, which eventually worsens its overall performance compared to the first RX100. However, having a 200mm makes this totally overshadowed. Compared to the RX100, it has a better reading of the temperature of color but still needs a slight customization to make the colors less cold. I usually read a few complaints about the accessibility of the menu, in my opinion it is not true, just 'learn the way' and it is equivalent to that of other brands, also has a function that allows a personalized menu where to store the most useful functions. Another complain is the size: which fortunately are tiny, otherwise I would not see the purpose of such a machine when you could choose an M4/3, the solution is its ready leather bag -fake - which has an obscene price but makes it very practical to hold around your neck and protects it very well even in difficult situations, for example in climbing. The 4k videos are excellent, and from the frames you can get great 8 mpix images that do not disfigure in comparison to anything. On the video part there are two negative aspects eliminated with model VII: the 5-minute limit of shooting -in 4k- and the absence of a socket for the external microphone. Another aspect, this definitely negative, is the yield on the panoramas, which suffer a lot from software-induced areas that make them practically unusable, in this much worse than the RX100. Without wanting to give the idea that it is a machine full of defects, I wrote the above because I am of the opinion that it is appropriate to make known some less positive aspects of a model that is really of a very high level. In conclusion: it is a tool with real professional characteristics absolutely recommendable.

avatarsenior
sent on March 07, 2019

Pros: Compactness, lightness, customisation of nuts and buttons, speed of zoom response (using the ring nut), saving raw/JPEG/RAW + JPEG, folding display of 180 ° allows to compose very well the selfie, usable ISO800, gust High, charging via USB allows you not to be obliged to buy a second battery, AF very evolved for a compact and very fast and precise in normal light conditions, relatively bright lens, zoom 24-120, OLED LCD viewfinder simply Superb.

Cons: Battery hard to compare with a reflex (it is my first compact, I have no terms of comparison with other), menu a little ' complex but it is normal for a camera evolved, price a little ' high.

Opinion: 24-200mm equiv. It's really gorgeous on an almost pocket-sized camera because it covers all the needs of a travel photograph, with a 200mm sharpness above (my) expectations. I can assure you that at 200mm there is no need to close the diaphragm, at f/4.4 the sharpness is at its maximum potential. With regard to the battery you can not complain too much: using LCD and/or EVF with high frame rate you increase the consumption inevitably; Also I use it with pre-AF. Small machine that is in the pocket of the trousers implies small battery. And for lithium the electrical capacity is proportional to the size. Great to be able to load it via USB, even while you use it or while I download: with a USB cable charging sufficiently long you can keep a battery bank from a few euros in your pocket and triple the life of the camera. The sensor is excellent: even at ISO 800 on RAW files you can open shadows with Adobe Camera raw and recover high lights at levels of professional APS-C SLR. If it comes down in price I highly recommend (I took it in Switzerland because now I reside here, reconditioned with a good price and 2 years warranty), the cost reflects the state of the Art of electronics, image sensor and quality of the lens.

avatarsupporter
sent on October 09, 2018

Pros: Extreme versatility in a pocket body

Cons: Accessory Grip essential, does not close and does not turn off until you have finished writing the Buffer. The autonomy is really poor.

Opinion: I have three young children, and there were holidays in the mountains, then those on the Beach. It is practically a siucidio carry a backpack but also a shoulder strap Don two-three Optics When you are around with borsoni, shoulder seats and Whatnot. The RXVI was presented with perfect timing! It was exactly what I was looking for (i had the 4th and the 5th for the low focal excursion). The RX100VI is solid, comfortable and very versatile. You can really use it for any scope. From the landscape where a discrete dynamic range allows to have good results, with fast and sporty actions thanks to the maximum focal, the autofocus, the exaggerated frame rate and in capacent buffer. Also for video is an excellent choice, with an excellent 4k and Slow-mo significtive; But you have to consider a gimbal. Holding it and moving it, with those minute dimensions, leads to excessive movements that are hardly compensated by the Optics. As now all Sony will recharge via USB. Required a power bank to be kept on the stock exchange and a spare battery. Only thing really annoying is that it takes quite a while to download the buffer of a burst and as long as it has not finished it is not possible to change the parameters or turn off the Camera. Therefore the optics are not covered and cannot be put BACK. The viewfinder, however fairly definite is an emergency cockpit. I always wear a cap to be better covered during use, but the opening movement was finally optimized (compared to the III i had). Now disassociating him from the side he rises and Exfles himself. Ready to look inside (and the room comes on). Finished photographing just push it in and with an asmall lever ance the viewfinder will go back on its own (the camera goes out). It is possible to set the menu if the camera has to return to the last selected focal or Not. There are memories on Ghera comfortable to have access ravished to multiple configurations together (since the physical controls are really safe)




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