“Sony RX10 III destroys the competition”

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Smallish sensor cameras are largely written off by APS-C and full frame shooters, but they shouldn’t be. 1-inch and 4/3 sensors have some unique advantages over their bigger brothers. The most commonly cited advantage is the crop factor for telephoto performance, but these smaller sensor cameras can also have a much higher refresh rate than larger sensors, which provides for snappy auto focus, less rolling shutter and superior EVF performance. The Sony RX10 III happens to exhibit all of these advantages and also has a great super zoom lens attached to destroy its competition. You can read more about exactly how well the Sony RX10 III performs at dpreview.

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  • Jeffry De Meyer

    What relation is there between evf and sensor size?

    • Smaller sensors can be read faster than bigger ones. At one point the difference was as much as 30fps vs 240fps. Reading the sensor at a faster rate lets the EVF present a smoother image that has less things like motion blur etc…