The Sony RX10 Mark IV is a superzoom of 1 “type with a bright 24-600 mm equivalent lens. It is the first camera of its kind to feature on-sensor phase detection for quicker, more accurate autofocus.

The Sony RX10 IV offers a fair degree of direct control and configuration, including a dedicated aperture ring, exposure comp button, and video shooting settings that can be kept silent. It has a powerful, weather-secured body, along with an articulated touchscreen monitor and a high-resistance OLED viewfinder.

Detection of the on-sensor process on Sony RX10  helps speed up focus acquisition at the long end of the zoom, as well as making AF more definitive and therefore more accurate when shooting video. Subject tracking works very well, an impressive performance for a fixed lens camera even when shooting a maximum of 24 frames per second at the camera. It is generally a fast camera, though it will lock you out of some features while clearing the image buffer.


The RX-10 advanced Compact Camera is the first to feature a superzoom lens with a constant f/2.8 aperture on a 1-inch sensor.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 Simply put, the RX-10 Compact Camera ’s image quality is superb. It uses the same sensor of the much-appreciated Sony RX100 II ,the 24-200mm equivalent lens has surprisingly low distortion.

The dynamic range allows excellent recovery of details. With features like a responsive AF system, Flexible Spot focusing, and fantastic video that employs the entire sensor area with every pixel being used to create the video frame, the RX-10 stands out among the crowd, racing ahead of its competitors, despite its hefty price.