On Shutterbug, a Sony RX10 III Review

My review of the Sony RX10 III is live now on Shutterbug. I took Sony’s superzoom camera with me to Singapore a few months ago, as a tourist, and learned just how versatile it is.

At any one time, there are about 1,000 vessels in the Port of Singapore, a ship leaves or arrives every two to three minutes. From a high-rise hotel room, I observed the coincidence of their meeting, wondering what the captains discussed, how their ships were queued, and what cargo they carried. Not there for a port tour on business, but as a tourist, and with a Sony superzoom camera built for wide open vistas in my hand, I zoomed in and out on the flotilla. The Sony Cyber-shot RX10 III has an impressive 25x built-in lens that’s equivalent to 24-600mm in the 35mm format.

Click through for the rest of the story AND my conclusions. I recommend the RX10 III, of course, with a few reservations. Sony isn’t exaggerating its claim that the $1,5000.00 RX10 III is unlike anything else in the market today and it’ll get the job done wherever you take it.

Shanghai and Seattle with an RX10 III
Shanghai and Seattle with an RX10 III

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