Sony has unveiled its latest version of the RX10 this week, called the RX10 III, it is a superzoom camera that features a decently sized 24-600mm lens, with a 1-inch sensor.

The RX10 III is also able to achieve an aperture of f/2.4 at the 24mm size, and f/4.0 at the maximum 600mm length, this combines with Sony’s Optical StedyShot stabilisation alongside a close-up shooting mode that will function 72cm from the subject when at the full 600mm equivalent zoom

It will also include a set of three lens control rings, each of which allow you to control the cameras focus, zoom and aperture individually.

You will also find a 20.2-megapixel sensor, which is the same one as is featured in the RX10 II model.

It also has Sony’s Fast Intelligent AF autofocus, allowing it to focus on a subject in as little as 0.09 seconds according to Sony.

It also has a 1000fps slow-motion video capture option, with 4K video capture.

In terms of price, the RX10 III will be available for £1,250 and it will release in April.

 

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