Extraordinary performance in an elegantly engineered package
All the features you need to capture the moment are here - wide 24-200mm zoom range, lightning-fast autofocus, rapid continuous shooting, improved video capabilities and pro-level operability - all in a remarkably compact body.
Stunning, high-resolution image quality, from wide-angle to telephoto
Every aspect and component of the RX100 VI has been skilfully engineered to work in tandem to achieve unrivalled image quality. Cleverly designed optics pack incredible power in a small footprint, while optical image stabilisation maintains a steady image even with handheld shots at the telephoto end of the zoom range. And the advanced image processing engine delivers better perceived image resolution with low noise.
Sophisticated, high-performance optics
The new lens system is effectively configured to achieve maximum resolution and clarity across the entire zoom range, while correcting for spherical, coma and chromatic aberrations. It brings truly remarkable telephoto capability to a pocket-size package, to vastly expand your range of creative expression.
Advanced image stabilisation is equivalent to 4.0-stop faster shutter speed
Sony is justifiably proud of its sophisticated image stabilisation system, and now they've improved it even further, providing a degree of stabilisation equivalent to raising the shutter speed 4.0 stops at the 200mm telephoto end. Capture high-quality images even at long range and in low light, with reliably steady handheld shooting.
Reliable continuous shooting of fast-moving subjects
When you want to reliably catch every moment of non-stop action, the continuous shooting feature captures up to 24 frames per second and up to 233 continuous shots.
The first HDR (HLG) support among Cyber-shot™ cameras
HDR (High Dynamic Range) video, with its wider range of colour and brightness, is now ready to enjoy without extra processing thanks to HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) recording capability.
Convenient one-push access to the electronic viewfinder
Readily accessible at the touch of a button, the retractable viewfinder is an approx. 2.35-million-dot resolution organic electroluminescent display that provides both fine subject detail and faithful tonal reproduction.