Additional Sony RX100VI Coverage

The New Sony RX100VI is going to make some photographers very happy, but Sony really should develop a new battery type soon for these types of cameras. The Sony NP-BX1 battery doesn’t last long and it’s still relatively expensive for the amount of charge it holds. Granted you can carry a lot of these little batteries easily, but Sony’s release of the new Sony NPFZ100 is a good example of how drastically increasing the battery life of a camera can be good for business. If they kept the price point of the original RX100 I could forgive some of the shortcomings, but $1,200 is a lot for a pocket camera that is less than perfect.

imaging-resource – Sony RX100 VI Hands-on Preview
photographyblog – First Impressions
cinema5d – Hands-on First Impressions

RX100VI: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Grip: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama

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