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SONY DSC-RX10III 20.1MP 1" 24-600MM 4K

Web Code: 566SON431  •  Mfr Code: DSCRX10M3
Only $1,799.99 CAD
SONY DSC-RX10III 20.1MP 1" 24-600MM 4K is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 23.
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Product Highlights
  • 20.1 MP Compact Digital Camera
  • 25x Optical Zoom
  • 4K Movie Recording
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  • 20.1 MP Compact Digital Camera
  • 25x Optical Zoom
  • 4K Movie Recording
  • Continuous Shooting Up to 14 fps
  • Large-aperture high-magnification zoom extends expressive potential:
  • Together, a large-aperture 24-600 mm F2.4-4 optical 25x zoom lens and a 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor make subjects stand out beautifully, even when shot in extreme close-ups.
  • Extended zoom, blazing speed and complete silence make for a new shooting experience.
  • Large-diameter ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-600 mm1 F2.4-4 lens:
  • The 24-600 mm F2.4-4 25x zoom lens covers a range from wide-open vistas to extra-close-up action and sets subjects apart from surroundings with beautiful bokeh.
  • The first 25x optical zoom lens in a RX series camera features 24-600mm extra-wide-angle to ultra-telephoto zoom range in a bright F2.4-4 lens; Super-ED glass, ED glass and aspherical lens elements to maintain excellent image resolution, contrast and quality; and nine-blade aperture unit for outstanding depiction of bokeh background.
  • Exmor RS approx. 20.1 effective mega pixels stacked CMOS image sensor:
  • A large 1.0-type Exmor RS CMOS image sensor with approx. 20.1 effective megapixels achieves more captivating results, thanks to a stacked architecture that expands and speeds up signal processing, back illumination technology to increase light collection efficiency and reduce noise in shots taken at up to ISO 12800, and attached DRAM chip for faster large-volume output that in-camera 4K super slow motion recording requires.
  • 4K movie recording:
  • 4K movies can be recorded with full pixel readout and no pixel binning, for the ultimate image resolution with less moire and jaggies. A high-speed front-end LSI that supports image processing greatly reduces "rolling shutter" (diagonal skewing) distortion that is commonly seen in video footage of fast-moving subjects.
  • Super slow motion up to ultra telephoto:
  • It's easy to create super slow motion movies. Turn the mode dial to HFR (High Frame Rate) mode. Choose among 960/1000fps, 480/500fps, and 240/250fps (NTSC/PAL17, frames-per-second rates for shooting exceptionally clear, smooth close-up action at up to 40x the ordinary frame rate for movies, according to the speed at which the subject moves. In Quality Priority mode, image quality approaches Full HD quality at 240/250fps, and HD quality at 480/500fps.
  • Continuous shooting at up to approx. 14fps without blackout:
  • High-speed readout of the image sensor's approx. 20.1 effective megapixels of imaging data makes continuous shooting at a rate of up to about 14fps possible with reduced blackout. This makes it easier to shoot great moments and expressions at their height nearly instantaneously. High-precision automatic autofocus tracking is operational even during continuous shooting at up to 5fps.
  • Fast Intelligent AF in just 0.09 s:
  • Along with great zoom coverage up to 600 mm, the RX10III features 0.09-s high-speed AF. By assessing the subject even before the shutter button is pressed halfway, the system's subject detection algorithm accurately predicts the proper point of focus, upon which the camera focuses as soon as the button is pressed.
  • Anti-Distortion shutter for fast and silent shooting:
  • The rolling shutter phenomenon distorts images of fast moving subjects. The RX10 III can suppress it when shooting at up to a shutter speed of 1/32,000 s. Ensuring that you can capture sharp, undistorted images of sports such as tennis. Plus its electronic shutter can operate silently, allowing you to shoot concerts, wildlife, and other subjects without disturbing the environment.
  • BIONZ X image processing engine:
  • To faithfully reproduce and fine-tune detail and texture, this image processor works with the lens and Exmor RS stacked-type image sensor to handle approx. 20.1 effective megapixels of data with great speed and precision. Diffraction reduction to maintain image clarity even at smaller aperture settings and area-specific noise reduction according to image area characteristics also help to maintain high image quality.
  • Optical SteadyShot:
  • Optical image stabilization technology developed exclusively by Sony is especially valuable for hand-held still and movie shooting, especially in low light or at the ultra-telephoto end of the zoom range up to 600 mm. This system is equivalent to a 4.5-stop -faster shutter speed, and prevents camera blur to ensure smooth, stable framing and shooting.
  • Zoom Assist:
  • When you lose track of a moving subject while framing (which often occurs in ultra-telephoto shooting), press and hold down the C (custom) button to which Zoom Assist is assigned to trigger Zoom Assist function's automatic zoom-out. Find and frame up the subject again, then release the button, and the camera automatically zooms back in to the original focal length, so you can resume shooting the subject.
  • Versatile, user-friendly, reliable operation:
  • Lens manual rings for focus, zoom and aperture provide comfortable, adaptable control, especially as you look through the viewfinder. Multi Interface (MI) Shoe makes it easy to connect flash units, microphones and other accessories. Dust- and moisture-resistant sealant and construction of operating parts allow the camera to withstand rugged conditions.
  • XGA OLED Tru-Finder:
  • With high magnification (0.70x), contrast and resolution, this electronic viewfinder displays great depth. The equivalent of approx. 2.35 million dots on display reproduce rich tones and colours even in dark areas, for realistic images that match the high quality of the final recording. ZEISS T* Coating significantly reduces surface reflection from the sun and other light sources.
  • Clean HDMI Output:
  • The camera supports not only uncompressed movie recording on external recording equipment - it also lets you output such high-quality movies for real-time viewing on an external monitor, so you can confirm focus and other details more clearly while recording in-camera.
  • Gamma Display Assist:
  • With this function, you can view while recording in S-Log gamma, converting S-Log2 into ITU709 (800%) gamma for monitoring images, or checking focus while enlarging an image on the LCD screen or viewfinder.
  • S-Gamut/S-Log2:
  • Gain flexibility to make more expressive movies in post-production. S-Log2 gamma curves feature wide dynamic range (up to 1300%) to reduce whiteout and blackout in the colour grading process.
  • XAVC S/AVCHD movie formats:
  • With high-bit-rate XAVC S15 format, which is based on the XAVC format that's highly reputable among professionals, serious moviemakers can record high-quality 4K and Full HD movies with minimal compression noise at maximum bit rates of 100 Mbps and 50 Mbps, respectively. The RX10III also offers you options to easily record, edit and share AVCHD format movies.
  • Picture Profile:
  • Picture Profile menu supports professional-style changes of parameters such as Gamma Curve and Detail for basic contrast, colour adjustment, gradation of brightness, and image edging.
  • Enhanced Zebra Assist:
  • Simplify exposure monitoring, especially when shooting in S-Log gamma setting. Target a video signal brightness level from 0-109%, set a range between +10% and -10% of that value, and zebra pattern indicates areas with that level of exposure within that range. New minimum brightness level setting reliably warns you to avoid blown-out highlights.
  • Dual Rec:
  • The sensor's heightened processing speed enables the RX10III to capture very precise still images without pixel binning while recording a movie. The result: high-quality images of up to 17 MP resolution.
  • Customizable function settings:
  • The custom (C) button allows you to set one of over 58 possible functions to adapt the camera's capabilities to your shooting style. Assign a frequently used function or preferred setting to this button. Then, you can promptly call up that function or setting. Access to your selection will be available at your fingertip, for faster, more intuitive camera operation.
  • Capture stills from movies:
  • You can select a decisive moment from a movie recording and save it as a picture, in the form of a highly detailed 8-megapixel still image file from a 4K movie. From Full HD footage, you can create a 2-megapixel still image file.
  • Eye AF:
  • Even when capturing a subject partially turned away from the camera with a shallow depth of field, the face is sharply focused thanks to extremely accurate Eye AF. A green frame appears over the prioritized eye when focus has been achieved.
  • Lock on AF:
  • Simply press the shutter button halfway to activate Lock-on AF 25. It automatically adjusts the AF target frame size to match the subject size, improve tracking performance, and take full advantage of every photo opportunity.
  • File Name Setting:
  • The first three characters of the file name are now customizable on the camera. The file name starts with "DSC" by default, but you can change and register the three characters of your choice. This facilitates the photographers to manage the files easily especially when working with multiple cameras in assignments.
  • Remote Camera Control:
  • Download and install a Remote Camera Control application on a computer in order to change camera settings, shoot images, and otherwise operate the camera from the computer via USB connection of the camera to the computer. The image data recorded on the camera will be stored directly.
  • One-touch remote/One-touch sharing:
  • One-touch remote makes your smartphone or tablet a viewfinder/remote control. One-touch sharing transfers photos/videos to your device for SNS sharing. Just install a PlayMemories Mobile app via Wi-Fi to your NFC-enabled Android device, then touch the device to the camera to connect them. No NFC? No problem, as new QR code compatibility can also pair the devices.
  • PlayMemories Camera Apps:
  • This application broadens your photographic horizons by letting you add more functions to the camera.
  • Supported in Capture One Express (for Sony):
  • Capture One Express (for Sony) is one of the world's best RAW converters for rendering colours and details with incredible precision. The product contains flexible digital asset management, all essential adjustment tools and fast, responsive performance in one customizable integrated solution.
  • Free Download (Go to Phase One Website)
 
 

Imaging

Camera Type: Advanced
Effective Pixels: 20.1MP
Approx. Resolution: 20MP
Aspect Ratio: 3:2, 16:9, 4:3, 1:1
Sensor Type/Size: 13.2 x 8.8mm Exmor RS CMOS
File Formats: JPEG, RAW; XAVC S, AVCHD, MP4
Memory Card Type: Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, Memory Stick Micro, Memory Stick Micro (Mark2), Memory Stick XC-HG Duo, SD/SDHC/SDXC, microSD/microSDHC/microSDXC
Image Stabilization: Yes
Built-In Memory: No
Colour: Black

Exposure

ISO Sensitivity: 100 - 128000
Shutter: 30 sec. to 1/2000 sec.
Remote Control: via Smartphone with Wi-Fi/NFC or Computer via USB
Metering Method: Multi Pattern / Centre Weighted / Spot
Exposure Modes: AUTO (Intelligent Auto/Superior Auto), Program Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual Exposure, MR (Memory Recall) 1,2,3, Movie Mode (Program Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual Exposure), HFR Mode (Program Auto, Aperture Priority, Shutter Speed Priority, Manual Exposure), Panorama, Scene Selection
White Balance Modes: Auto / Daylight / Shade / Cloudy / Incandescent / Fluor.: Warm White / Fluor.: Cool White / Fluor.: Day White / Fluor.: Daylight / Flash / C.Temp. / Filter / Custom
Burst Rate: 5 to 14 fps
Self Timer: 2 sec., 5 sec., 10 sec.

Performance

Connectivity: Multi/Micro USB Terminal, Hi-Speed USB (USB2.0), Micro HDMI, 3.5 mm Stereo minijack), Multi Interface Shoe, Headphones, Wi-Fi, NFC

Optics

Lens: ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* Lens, 18 elements in 13 groups (6 aspheric elements including AA lens)
Optical Zoom: 25x
Digital Zoom: 4x
Additional Zoom: 2x Clear Image Zoom
Focus Range: 3 cm to infinity (W), 72 cm to infinity (T)

Viewfinder/Display

Viewfinder Type: 0.39" XGA OLED Electronic Viewfinder
Screen Size: 3.0"
Display Screen Type: LCD

Flash

Flash Modes: Auto / Flash On / Slow Synchro / Rear Sync. / Flash Off / Wireless (with optional compatible flash)
Built-in Flash: Yes
External Flash Connection: Yes

Power

Battery: NP-FW50
AC Power Adapter: Yes

Environmental

Waterproofing: Yes
Shockproof: No
Dustproof: Yes
Operating/Storage Temperature: 0 to 40 degrees C (32 to 104 degrees F)

Physical

Weight: 1095g (2 lbs. 6.7 oz.)
Dimensions (WxHxD): 132.5 x 94.0 x 127.4 mm, (5 1/4 x 3 3/4 x 5 1/8 inches)

Additional Information

 
 

What’s Included:

  • Sony DSC-RX10 III Digital Camera
  • Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-FW50
  • AC Adaptor AC-UUD12
  • Micro USB cable
  • Shoulder strap
  • Lens cap
  • Shoe cap
  • Lens hood
  • Eyepiece Cup
  • Instruction Manual
 
 
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Camera! I bought this camera to replace a dslr. I travel a lot and got tired of carrying two lenses and the body. Also it is very conspicuous when you are traveling. I wanted a good bridge superzoom camera. The Nikon dl series never came out. For that reason and a few others I wanted to get away from Nikon. I tried the Panasonic fz1000. Didn't like it. When I had the chance I looked at the Sony. It looked great! It works great. Fast focus! Good photos. I can't wait to take it on a trip! Great camera!
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from What a Zoom! Wildlife photography with this camera is a real pleasure. I wanted something that would get me up close and still have enough detail to make large prints. This camera can do it.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Jack of All Trades, Master of None Camera This camera can do what other cameras can do, but most cameras can't do what this camera can do. It performs well in most to all shooting situations, but not necessarily the best camera (tool) in a specific shooting situation. Disclamer for attached photos; 1. 90% crop due to file size posting limit 2. Aware of image imperfections (unedited, noise, etc) 3. Shots taken 40 feet away (Hummingbird at approximate Full Frame Equivalent 594mm/ Blue Jay at approximate 235mm Full Frame Equivalent) 4. F8, 1/2000, ISO 2500 5. Birds are backlit 6. Second time using the camera (no setting tweaks)
Date published: 2017-08-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Ultimate Travel Camera "I've now put 10,000km and over 7,000 frames on my RX10iii to Iceland and back and through the hills and dales of England for 5 weeks _ with its fast, sharp, almost distortion-free 24-600mm lens, this camera does it all. I've been a Nikon D800e user since the D800E came out and now, when I'm travelling, I leave the FF equipment behind because the RX10iii files are plenty good enough for high quality books and fine prints, even up to 17x25"". It's not perfect...the AF is not quite as good as the Lumix FZ1000, the panoramic mode is only passable, but, at the same time, I was still able to catch birds in flight and simply made my own panos in LR. I would have preferred a fully-articulated LCD, but the bright EVF more than makes up for it. A truly great camera that has everything one would want from a long lens for safaris to a wide lens for cathedral interiors."
Date published: 2016-08-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from My RX10M3 produces corrupt pictures and videos... I love Sony cameras. I owned NEX-5, a7, a7M2, RX100, RX100M3, a6000, a6300 and RX10M3, and I strongly believe that Sony is the best camera producer. However, unfortunately my RX10M3 produces completely corrupt images or videos once in a while. This started from the moment I started using it in September 2016, and it still happens in December 2016. I have never dropped it or damaged in any way. I'm very sad and disappointed with this product.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent Bridge Camera I have been a staunch Nikon user for the past 40+ years with the most recent experience being with the D800 series. But as I get older the Nikon body plus long range zoom lens seems to be getting heavier and more difficult to manage. I was looking forward to the Nikon DL24-500 as a potential bridge camera and was very disappointed when production was cancelled. I was also planning an African Safari to Tanzania and Kenya and really wanted a good quality, lighter camera with a long zoom lens. After considerable research, I turned to the Sony RX10M3. I purchased the camera in April and became fairly familiar with its complex operating system prior to my trip to Africa in June. First impact, it’s about half the weight of my Nikon D810 camera/lens which is already an improvement. Overall I am extremely pleased with the RX10M3 and certainly put it through its paces in some very rough, dusty locations traveling through 5 major African game parks. I carried 2 extra batteries and 8 - 64Gig memory cards. After approximately 10,000 Raw photos and 70 videos captured in about 3 weeks, I must say I have some excellent results which I am currently narrowing down in to a respectful number of beautiful photographs and videos. I am most pleased with the lens quality which captures great shots at every point on the 24-600 zoom range. It was very easy to switch from photo to video to photo mode allowing the opportunity for some really good multimedia shots. As I was usually in bright light conditions and shooting around the full 600 zoom range, the Speed Priority Mode at 1000th a second worked best for most of my shots. I do have 3 issues with the camera which are certainly not show stoppers but would be great to see them improved. The LCD monitor should be touch screen and allow more variable angles. Battery life could be improved. The biggest issue is that the autofocus system often goes in to hunt mode when shooting at long zoom with low contrast subjects. This hunt mode is frustrating as it caused the loss of some potentially super photos. Overall great camera and I look forward to future firmware and hardware updates.
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from looks to be a nice product -- complex of use I like it so far but have much to learn regarding software apps and all of that. it would be nice if you would put all of our software, apps etc in one place. I do not like the hunt and pec program most products supply us with and you appear to be no acception to this issue. You know this stuff does not have to be so difficult. my first recommendation is hire a lay person to right the directions of use. That would be a smart idea.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Myth Buster - 1 Inch Sensor Resolving Power Hummingbird photo with killer bee photo bomb. Taken 40 feet away, 600mm zoom, using flash.
Date published: 2017-08-24
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