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Customer Reviews

Sony RX0 II

15.3-megapixel ultra-compact camera with 4K video recording, Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth®

MFR # DSCRX0M2

Sony RX0 II

Sony RX0 II

15.3-megapixel ultra-compact camera with 4K video recording, Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth®

MFR # DSCRX0M2

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Sony RX0 II, a Newsman's Alternative

Crutchfield customer from Flushing, NY on 2/23/2020

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I am an older photographer, rather impacted by medical difficulties that have impaired my ability to use the larger cameras I used for decades. Yet I refuse to quit shooting the news, documentary, and features I've covered over a 50 year career. I have downsized to smaller and smaller gear to keep going. There are still big stories to cover. The articulated screen of the Sony RX0 II is a redeeming feature allowing me to shoot nearly undetected in crowds or on the street as I have it on a custom simple neck strap with this marvel mounted in a "SmallRig" aluminum alloy cage, which also offers a wrist strap slot as well. While the mega pixel sensor is small compared to larger cameras, it is enough to process, upscale and still please my editors. as Ansel Adams observed the most important element in photography, is the 12 inches "behind" the camera. Brains over brawn...

Pros: Small, Steathly, and best in class

Cons: NONE

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