The Sony RX100 VII is the latest iteration of the company’s powerful pocket cameras, and it brings some massive upgrades to the table. Is it the right do-it-all camera for you to take everywhere? This great first look video seeks to answer that exact question.
Coming to you from Kai W, this helpful video takes a first look at the new Sony RX100 VII. The RX100 has long been known for being a powerhouse crammed into a point and shoot body, and with each iteration, Sony has added some new technology to move it along. Perhaps most notable in this new model are the new sensor, AF tech borrowed from the flagship a9, and ultra-fast continuous shooting speeds with no viewfinder blackout. Coupled with its impressively small form factor and very practical focal length range, it’s quite a tempting option for a lot of photographers looking for something that’ll give them an upgrade over their phone camera. I personally owned the very first model in the RX100 series, and I absolutely loved that camera and carried it almost everywhere with me. I’m seriously considering upgrading to the new model. Check out the video above to see if it’s right for you.