Sony releases a new RX100 with a 24-200mm zoom lens

The acclaimed point-and-shoot gets a BIG upgrade.
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Sony RX100 VI

The iPhone has pretty much ruined it for the point-and-shoot market, but there's still one model that's worth talking about. We're talking about the RX100 and today the premium point-and-shoot gets a very big upgrade. Though it looks the same from the exterior, hit the zoom button and it'll keep going until the camera reaches a very impressive 200mm. The 24-200mm f/2.8-4.5 will let you capture images at hard-to-reach distances in a camera that can fit in the palm of your hand. The RX100 VI will also feature a very quick .03 autofocus speed, 315 focal-plane phase-detection AF points, a 1.0-type stacked 20.1 MP sensor, high speed shooting at up to 24 fps, and 4K video with HDR.

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