Sony RX100 VI Gallery Images: Real-world photos from Sony’s new powerful pocket camera


posted Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 5:12 PM EDT

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Earlier today, Sony debuted the latest generation of their super-popular and super-powerful RX100 series, the Sony RX100 VI. We got hands-on with the camera earlier in the day, but we've now had a chance to shoot with it a bit and prepared a quick sample gallery for those of you eager to get a glimpse at this camera's image quality.

The sixth iteration of this premium pocket cam packs in tons of high-performance features gleaned from their high-end Alpha cameras, such as the A7 III and A9. Sporting a 20MP 1-inch-type Exmor RS stacked CMOS sensor with a DRAM chip, powerful BIONZ X processor with front-end LSI, and a fast Hybrid AF system chock-full of phase-detect AF points, the RX100 VI should be capable of capturing photos and videos of slow and fast-moving subjects, alike. What's more, Sony managed to create an all-new zoom lens, with a super-versatile 24-200mm-equivalent optical zoom range, yet keep the same physical dimensions as the previous RX100 models. Now, that's some impressive optical engineering!

9mm (24mm-eq.), f/2.8, 1/400s, ISO 125

We can't wait to bring you more of our Sony RX100 VI review in the days and weeks to come, but for now, take a gander over our RX100 VI Gallery Page for an initial look at image quality!

36.7mm (100mm-eq.), f/4, 1/100s, ISO 1000, +0.3EV
72mm (200mm), f/4.5, 1/200s, ISO 250

Sony RX100 VI Hands-On PreviewGallery Images