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Sony DSC-RX100 — Small and Light, 20-Megapixels

Last updated November 13, 2012 - Send Feedback

As of late 2012, my favorite camera for cycling (by far) is the Sony RX100 (see the in-depth review of the Sony RX100 at diglloyd.com).

The about $648 Sony RX100 is not inexpensive, but it offers a rare blend of features. You’ll also want a fast memory card.

The RX100 is very small and light yet it’s 20 megapixels— you’ll never think about dropping it into your jersey pocket or any such place.

Great battery life, and exceptional image quality from its Zeiss lens. I recommend shooting RAW, but the JPEG mode produces very high quality results also.

The fill flash (slow sync at -4/3 stops flash compensation) is the best I’ve used on any camera at any cost— literally 99/100 perfect and natural exposures. This alone is a killer feature.

Get the Sony RX100 at Amazon.com.

Sony RX100 20 megapixel camera with built-in flash
Sony RX100 20 megapixel camera with built-in flash

Set the camera to slow sync and -1.3 stops flash compensation, and you'll get a perfect self portrait every time.

Sony RX100 20 megapixel camera with built-in flash
Fill flash with excellent results every time
Landscape with the Sony RX100, White Mountains
Landscape with the Sony RX100, White Mountains

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