Sunday, November 26, 2017
The first time I picked up the original RX-10 was in a Sony store (that should give you an idea of just how long ago that was). I knew that it was just an RX-100 (the world's best point-and-shoot) with a bigger 24-200mm f/2.8 lens, but after 10 seconds I dismissed it. "Takes too long to turn on. Takes too long to zoom", I said. I put it down.
Time passed. When it came time to write a book on the RX-100 IV, the RX-10 II was available also, and I decided to write the book about both cameras since the two were basically the same: Same sensor, same CPU and compute engine, extremely similar menu structure… it would only be 20% more work. I took both cameras with me on a family vacation to Hawaii, which stressed me out a little.
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