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Sony RX 100 III

The RX100 III shows good dynamic range here, only the few very brightest highlights are burned out and there's detail in the shadows. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

While this image looks very good a normal viewing sizes (including A3), there's slight movement visible at 100% despite using a shutter speed of 1/30sec at 24mm (equivalent) and with the stabilisation engaged. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

Colours look natural straight from the camera, though this scene would benefit from being about 1/3Ev brighter. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

The weave of the fabric making up these flags has been recorded extremely well. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

Even at 100% on-screen the edges of this image look natural and not oversharpened. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

Using the Automatic white balance setting has produced a natural, if rather cool looking image. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

Switching to the Daylight white balance setting produced a warmer result. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

Thanks to the larger than average sensor, depth of field can be restricted by using larger apertures. This was shot at f/5.0 at the widest point of the lens. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

The general-purpose metering system hasn't been distracted by the bright highlights in this scene. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

Taken at the longest point of the lens, equivalent to 70mm on a 35mm camera. Click here for full resolution image.

Sony RX 100 III

This was taken from the same location as the previous image, but at the shortest focal length, equivalent to 24mm. Click here for full resolution image.