Sony’s RX10 Mark III is the third-generation of its high-end bridge camera series. Like its predecessors, it’s aimed equally at stills photographers and demanding videographers with a wealth of photo and movie options, the latter including 4k video and a raft of slow motion modes up to 960 / 1000fps. New to the Mark III is a longer zoom, boasting a 25x range equivalent to 24-600mm. This joins the existing high res viewfinder, tilting screen, mic and headphone jacks of earlier models to become a more versatile shooter. Ken compared it closely against the more affordable Panasonic Lumix FZ2000 / FZ2500, so check out his Sony RX10 III review to discover which one’s best for you!
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