SonyCyber-Shot DSC-RX100 VI Digital Camera with Sony NP-BX1/M8 Battery, Spare NP-BX1 Battery, 64gb SDXC 1200x Card, Card Reader, Carrying case, AC Adapter Bundle Kit - International Version


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  • 20.1MP 1" Exmor RS BSI CMOS Sensor - BIONZ X Image Processor & Front-End LSI
  • ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* f/2.8-4.5 Lens - 24-200mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • UHD 4K30p Video with HLG & S-Log3 Gammas - HFR Mode for Full HD Video up to 960 fps
  • 0.39" 2.36m-Dot OLED Pop-Up EVF - 3.0" 921.6k-Dot 180° Tilting Touchscreen
  • Fast Hybrid AF System with 315 Points - ISO 12800 and 24 fps Continuous Shooting



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*Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VI Digital Camera + AOM Starter Deal*

1. Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VI Digital Camera
2. NP-BX1/M8 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack (3.6V, 1240mAh)
3. Spare NP-BX1 Battery Pack
4. 64GB ZoomSpeed 1200x SDXC Card
5. High Speed SD Card Reader
6. Deluxe Padded Carrying Case 12 1/2"(W) X 6 1/2"(D) X 7 1/4"(H)
7. AC-UUD11 AC Battery Charging Adaptor
8. Car Charger: External AC / DC Rapid Charger
9. Wrist Strap
10. Accessory Shoe Cap
11. Strap Adapter
12. Eyepiece Cap
13. Micro-USB Cable
14. Instruction Manual

Brand New. Includes 1 Year Supplied Warranty


Offering longer reach and improved performance, the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VI from Sony is a pocket-sized powerhouse
characterized by an impressive lineup of stills and video capabilities. Distinguished in the series by its extended
zoom, the RX100 VI sports a 24-200mm-equivalent ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* lens covering wide-angle to telephoto focal
lengths for greater shooting flexibility. Leveraging the most from the updated lens design is the 20.1MP 1" Exmor RS
CMOS sensor, along with an improved BIONZ X image processor, for fast shooting performance to 24 fps, high sensitivity
to ISO 12800, and UHD 4K video recording. The sensor's design also provides a 315-point hybrid AF system for quick and
accurate focus performance and subject tracking in both stills and video modes. A stacked design and front-end LSI also
contribute to quickened operation and enhanced image quality. Video performance has been upgraded through the incorporation
of S-Log3 and HLG gamma settings, and High Frame Rate shooting allows you to record at up to 960 fps for slow-motion playback.

Product information Package Dimensions 8.2 x 6.5 x 5.8 inches Item Weight 1.95 pounds ASIN B07F1B6M4K Item model number DSCRX100M6/B Batteries 2 Product Specific batteries required.

I will comment (1) about shipping, (2) about the package deal, and (3) about the camera.
(1) Shipping: The camera package arrived when promised and well-packaged. (2) About the package: It is a good price since it is less than the normal price of just the camera, but most items in the package were not useful to me. One battery (the one always supplied with the camera) was Sony. The other battery and the charger were not Sony. The case is sized for a large camera or one with extra lenses. I didn't need anything else from the package. (3) About the camera: I wanted a pocket-sized travel camera with a one-inch sensor, view finder (EVF), and decent telephoto (without changing lenses). That really limited my choices because pocket cameras typically have a small sensor and a lot of telephoto, trying to compete with cell phones. I chose the Sony over the Canon (with simpler menus, ND filter, and 5x zoom) and the Panasonic (15x zoom) because the Sony was the smallest and seemed to have the very latest technology. It has the easiest to use pop-up view-finder and reasonable telephoto (8x optical) I knew before purchase that the menus are complicated and deep -- much more than the typical person needs/wants for travel snaps. To understand the camera, I watched videos on Sony Alpha Lab, and I down-loaded both the short version of the Sony Manual (about 150 pages) and the Sony Help Guide (584 pages). The Help Guide is great. I sat at my computer going through the guide while clicking through the camera menus, finding the few things that I would actually use. If you only use the camera in AUTO or SCENE mode, you will still take great photos and won't need to understand the menus, but, unless you are already familiar with Sony, you will have at least some learning to do. For example, if you are in AUTO or SCENE, you can click the FN key (not Menu) to see the things you can control when in those settings. There are plenty of neat features, but you have to spend time with the manual to find them. Not willing to do that? There are plenty of other camera choices....just very few that are pocket-sized with one inch sensor and a EVF. I can't comment on the Network options as I always just pop my memory card into the computer or into a card reader. Bottom line: I recommend this camera if you want great photos and are willing to spend some time learning the camera.

I have a rx100 m2 that I bought 5 yrs ago while I was travel from Singapore to australia. I was amazed how good the camera performed through the years. Now the small little thing still works like in day one. Sony has been making the same camera in mode advanced versions and the newest one is version 7. I think it is the time to buy a newer one and I chose m6 because it is about 200 dollars cheaper than m7. The extensive capabilities for rx100 are phenomenal if you care to study how to use it. If you don't it will act like a point and shooter on auto just fine too. The auto focus is the fastest and most accurate in its class. Without a good fast auto focus system, no matter how good the other function is you will not get any sharp picture. This said,and I believe it worth all the money to get this fast and accurate camera. By the way the seller sent the whole package on time and without mishaps. I highly recommend the purchase.

Easy to use, discovering the life.

Very nice and Compact

Camera is smarter and more functional than we are

Could not get good portrait shouts manual autofocus would of come in handy.

For the same price ..might consider to get the sony e mount A series

This is the best compact available but variable quality manufacturing ( made in China). Mine actually looses edge sharpness if stoped down from wide open f2.8.. f4 and f5.6 causes edge softness at 24mm, this indicates poor internal aperture alignment so I have to shoot wide open. Not cool for a $1,000+ camera.