Sony has today unveiled the new Sony Cyber-Shot RX100 MKIII, featuring a new 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens, and a new built-in electronic viewfinder. The camera will be positioned at the top of the RX-line, alongside the original and second-generation RX100 models.

It takes that place not only due to its lens and viewfinder upgrades, but also due to its new design and selection of added features, now measuring  101.6 x 58.1 x 41.0mm, and featuring 0.39 inch pop-up WRGB LCD display that is now mounted onto a 180 degree tilt-angle bracket, making it a good choice for anyone looking for a camera to take selfies or volgs.

Alongside that the RX100 MKIII also features a 20.1 megapixel 1-inch back-illuminated sensor, with the latest Bionz X image processor, a faster autofocus, built-in natural density filter and a 50Mbps 1080p movie mode.

The Sony RX100 MKIII doesn’t have a price or release date yet, however once it does we will update you.

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