Sony RX10 review

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Colours are represented well by the RX10.

Sony RX10 review

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Use Picture Styles to change the colour output of your files in camera.

Sony RX10 review

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Different Picture Styles can be used for different situations, for instance Sunset. Shooting in Picture Styles means you can also shoot in raw format, should you need a clean image.

Sony RX10 review

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Despite not having a dedicated macro mode, you can still get fairly close with the RX10.

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At the widest point of its lens, the RX10 offers an equivalent of 24mm, making it wide enough to take in a good wide view.

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The top telephoto end of the lens offers an equivalent of 200mm, which is enough for the majority of situations.

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If you do need to get even closer, use the Clear Image Zoom - Sony's very good version of digital zoom. Note that this can only be used when shooting in JPEG only.

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You can create shallow depth of field effects with the RX10's lens, which has an f/2.8 constant aperture throughout its focal length.

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There's lots of detail created by the RX10's one-inch 20.2 million-pixel sensor.