Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot
  • Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot
  • Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot
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Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot

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  • Type Point & Shoot
  • Optical Sensor Resolution 20.2 MP
  • Optical Zoom 3.6x
  • Built in Flash Yes
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Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot - Expert Reviews

Overall Review

Sony CyberShot RX100 is a pocket sized compact device, the latest from the technology leaders Sony, and it happens to come with a huge 20.2 Megapixel sensor, a 3.6x Carl Ziess optical zoom, with that comes a 3 inch LCD screen with 1.2 million pixel resolution. There is a bright f1.8 aperture at maximum when zoom out, 10 frames per second of burst shooting, RAW recording and 1080p HD video. Along with the fully operational manual control there is also the presence of iAuto Point and Shoot operation which includes a high amount of stacking modes in addition to Sony’s famous Sweep Panorama. Numerous attempts have been made so as to incorporate all of the basic to advanced features of DSLRs and mirrorless interchangeable lens devices right into a moulded pocketeable form with fixed lenses. But all of these attempts have pretty much fallen short to match their expectations in some way or another, be it the case of extra heavy dimensions and weights, maximum aperture size or simply handling for that matter of fact. The entire recent fleet of enthusiast compact releases have certainly taken a step closer to the ideal conditions though, there have been models like Canon PowerShot S110, Olympus XZ-2 iHS and Panasonic LX7 all of which are offering larger sensors than most of the Point and Shoots coupled alongside some really bright lenses. Meanwhile here, Canon PowerShot G1 X offers performance of a large sensor on a par alongside APS-C DSLRs although with a little larger form factor than present in most of the compact devices. So basically, Sony CyberShot RX100 is Sony’s new attempt to win over the now crowded market and take them over by force. Present with a 20.2 MP 1 inch large sensor, bright f/1.8 lens and entire emphasising on physical controls all bundled into a really genuine pocketable form factor, and so atleast on the surface, Sony definitely seems to have cracked all the expectations against all odds. So has Sony CyberShot RX100 really delivered? Let us find out!


Design and Build Quality

Sony CyberShot RX100 when compared to Panasonic Lumix LX7 and Canon PowerShot G1 X is slimmer and smaller when you measure it in terms of size and weight. Now, when talking of the appearance of this device, it looks like an instantaneous replica of Canon PowerShot S110. This been said, both the devices have practically pretty much the same flat top and bottom panel on them which contains simple rounded verticals. The exact dimensions of Sony CyberShot RX100 measure 102mm x 58mm x 36mm with a curb weight of 240 grams when included alongside a card and with that a battery. Comparing this to its Canon counterpart, the dimensions of Canon PowerShot S110 measure 99mm x 59mm x 27mm with 198 grams of weight, and then compare the specifications of the device, it is then that you realise what an absolute spectacle Sony has been able to pull off. Being just 20% heavier, a centimetre thicker than Canon PowerShot S110, the technical superiority of our reviewed device over PowerShot is spectacular.

Focus and Face Detection

Sony RX100 has 4 focus modes for still and movie shooting:

Single-Shot AF

Continuous AF

Manual Focus

Tracking Focus

The AF modes of this device provide us with 2 focus area options – 25 area multi, centre and flexible spot, plus then there is a tracking focus mode which can easily be activated directly while in operation of any focus mode by pressing on to the centre button wheel on the control wheel. The AF performance on RX100 is really good, though not especially fast as it can struggle a bit in poor light conditions, now having said that, in optimal conditions, there is only the briefest of delays before the area indicators light up and you hear a deep of confirmation and then though Area AF can really struggle in low light conditions.

Lens and Image Stabilization

Our reviewed device, Sony CyberShot RX100 has a 3.6x optical zoom lens which has an equivalent range of 28-100mm. The maximum aperture available is f/1.8 – 4.9. The zoom available runs for a really respectably wide 28mm which is the same as Canon PowerShot G1 X. If you like a wider angle field of view looks at Panasonic Lumix LX7 or Canon PowerShot S110 both of which starts at 24mm. Now, in terms of range, 3.6 to 4x is really a fairly typical bargain and strikes in a good balance which is ideal for landscaping purposes and interior photography as well as for portraits, while then keeping everything in small amount, lightweight and portable. Next to the sensor, the lens is pretty much the most critical component in a pocketable large sensor camera. But obviously the most important of the specification is not really the zoom range but the aperture of the device. A wide maximum aperture is good for very low light conditions, of course, but combining it with a large sensor in Canon PowerShot RX100 it should also allow you to take some fantastic shots with a shallow depth of field, something which quite seriously is difficult to achieve up to now. Apart from smaller sensors other factors that work against compacts are that when zoomed in the max. aperture that gets dimmers and you cannot focus very close to the subject, the depth of field becomes a little shallow the longer the focal length of the lens is, the closer you are to the subject. And, it is a great pleasure to say that Sony CyberShot RX100 cannot cope this way in your respect.

Screen and Menus

Sony RX100 comes embedded with a 3 inch LCD screen with VGA resolution with a default aspect ratio measuring 4:3 proportions. A small strip present right at the bottom of the 3:2 full resolution image view brings to light information on exposures. Sony CyberShot RX100 is basically the first model from Sony which uses its Whitemagic display technology which was first introduced in its arsenal on the smartphone named Sony Xperia P. The significance of this Whitemagic technology is the addition of a fourth pixel (white) to the red, green and blue matrix which results in the increase of resolution i.e. from 921,600 dot pixels to 1,228,800 dot pixels. As mentioned in the overall review section, the screen on this device can now be usefully tilted on the up or down. Right to the screen you will find a one touch moive record button which is present right next to the thumb rest which is rubberised in texture. Now, below that Function button you have 7 customisable options on the LCD screen which can be accessed as a semi circle of icons, these can be selected either by lens of the device or by the rear control rings of the camera. The function menu is actually pretty much a very handy way so as to quickly change Sony CyberShot RX100's key settings and is hence pretty much the major way of setting the camera according to your style of shooting. 


The whole body of Sony CyberShot RX100 draws out its power from a 3.6V Sony NP-BX1 Li Ion battery which has more than enough power to take up 330 photos under CIPA standard condition. Though it is stated that this is actually an “infoLITHIUM” type battery which is more than capable of providing the time remaining information which is on the display here, there is certainly no label on the battery itself and the display of the camera is limited to four segment battery icon which is used to indicate the remaining power. The battery comes in charged with the camera, so either with the supplied mains charger or by connecting the camera to your computer, it will charge your camera. While charging the device, a small orange LED in the centre of the on/off button is illuminated. The output rating of the maings charger is 1500 mA which means that it will charge the camera much faster than if it is connected to your computer.

Video Mode

Sony CyberShot can shoot full HD progressive video at resolutions which match up to 1920 x 1080p at 50 or 60 frames per second depending on the region. You get to choose of two encoding formats. AVCHD options are 1080p at 50/60 frames per second matching at an average bit rate measuring 28 Mb per second, 1080i at 50 or 60 frames at 24 Megabytes per second. Switch in to MP4 encoding and there are two further options, 1440x1080p at 12 Megabytes per second and VGA at 3 Megabytes per second, both of these come in at 30 frames per second or 25 frames per second depending on region. Sony CyberShot RX100’s zoom can be used easily during movie recording, but the digital zoom cannot be disabled, this is a real problem. Now, even if you disable the Digital zoom completely and clear image zoom features within the menu, when you switch entirely towards the movie mode – using mode dial or a direct recording movie button, the digital zoom is then activated. Now, it is difficult to ignore because when the optical zoom reaches its limit, after just a momentary pause next the digital zoom kicks in. The on-screen zoom bar is divided equally into two so why should we not just stop zooming in when you reach the end of an optical zoom. Now this is easier said done as this zoom continues for a fraction of a second after the rocker is released, with practice you can easily pull it off consistently.


Sony CyberShot RX100 is fitted with a “1 inch” Exmor CMOS sensor which measures 13.2 x 8.8 mm. This is pretty much exactly the same sized sensor as seen in Nikon 1 CX format system and both of these share the same 3:2 aspect ratio. The maximum image size in the native 3:2 shape measures 5472 x 3648 pixels and two lower resolutions are also available in the device with 4:3 or 16:9 crops.


Big sensor, pocketable compact form factor.
Programmable lens control ring.
10fps full-resolution burst shooting.
Shallow depth of field.
Raft of stacking modes.


Rear control wheel not customisable.
Digital zoom can't be disabled in movie mode.
No built-in memory and lack of 'No card' warning.

Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot - User Reviews

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SLRs are only for Santa Claus
by Gaurav Upadhyay on 2012-10-16

The RX100 from Sony is simply the best point and shoot camera in the word today, the best point and shoot every built. Don't trust me? Just google it out and then you will. I'll keep the review and comparison short, won't get much technical, so just 2 things for the RX100 :

1) SLR quality images, even tough,
2) it fits in your pocket.

But if you are someone who is okay with carrying a few KGs of baggage (including SLR camera, lenses, extra batteries, the carry bags etc), then you may continue to burden yourself for a little bit of extra clarity that SLR would offer.

But, for most practical situations, like vacations, family functions, parties etc, this is the camera that you can take with you. What good is a SLR if you don't feel like carrying it with you because it is so bulky? The vacations should be to relax, not for carrying all the SLR related weight around.

However, if you are a very, veRY, VERY serious photographer, you may stick to your SLR, as they still offer a little better photographs, given that you can carry the camera with you. Once of my friend (serious photographer) got neck sprains just by carrying his SLR+fitted lens from morning till night, while we were on a vacation.

This camera kicks some serious ***... Paronama, 1 inch CMOS sensor, 20 MP, amazing light sensitivity(low light pics are amazing), very high true resolution, amazing aperture, High Dynamic Range support, 1080p video recording... phew, i'm tired of writing all the good things this little guy has.

time to get some sleep.. and dream about the Sony RX100..

Unprecedented Masterpiece!!!
by Laukik Parulkar on 2012-09-29

This is truly the best pocket-able camera I have handled!
Primarily the specifications are killer!!

PROS(loooong list!)
1. 1" Carl Zeiss sensor(What an achievement!!),
2. f/1.8(WOW!! Low light and night photos are a treat!!),
3. 20 megapixels(offers fantastic detail!!)
4. auto-focus (exemplary!),
5. manual control ring(one of a kind!),
6. 3.6x optical zoom (respectable although the 7.2x clear image optical zoom offers surprisingly good performance too),
7. flexible flash (no more flash in subject's spectacles!),
8. 10 shots per second Burst Mode!! (that's superbly fast!!)
9. Panorama (best on the planet!!), at 60 fps with image stabilization (stellar!!)
11.Battery 330 shots(very very respectable!),
12.A wonderfully customizable Function button(big pro!)
13.Best part : weight 240gm!!!! (Competition's wgt begins at 400gm and above. So trulr light weight!!)

1. Biggest con I would say is no articulated screen
2. No optical VF if that's important coz the 3" Whitemagic display is definitely one of the best LCDs out there
3. No hot shoe if u have additional microphone or flash to attach
4. 7.2x zoom may look petty (but remember! 20 megapixels will offer u a gigantic photo with lots of detail anyway which makes up for this shortcoming)

Should you go this? Of course you should!!! Coz for the first time ever, u will be sacrificing about 10-15% of DSLR quality in images(not in videos coz they literally are DSLR-like!) and u will be having the amazing liberty of tucking ur camera in ur pocket instead of hanging it around ur neck all the time.

Magical device in your hands
by Kunal Solanki on 2013-11-13

Have clicked more then 1200 pics now and i must say this camera is killer......Did research for almost 6 months from Point & shoot to DSLR's and finally opted for this. Bought from a local store near my place. Guys if you are not professional photographer and want gr8 images like DSLR, then RX100 is the best choice for you.
Macro / Portrait / B&W / Toy mode etc,,, have clicked almost all formats and truly satisfied with this cam.
Suggestions :
1) Buy 16/32 GB sandisk superspeed : 45 mbps card.
2) Click photos in RAW format and later edit with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.2 to get excellent results
3) Buy Sony LCJ-RXA case from to ease of use.

you can view quality of photos on my website :

Highly recommended !!!

Just about there
by Prashant Kashyap on 2012-11-20

I own this camera and hence, I am not going to write about pros, cons, technical specs. I will write about real experience. It's not meant for average point and shoot folks. It's targetted at Professionals needing a point and shoot camera.
First, if you put it on Auto or i+ Auto mode then you will have 80% of your shots come out really well even in dark. The only problem is that when you click in dark - the focus is way off. There is a simple solution around it - put it on manual. ISO performance is rather good for a camera of this size and ilk.
Photographs are really well exposed and colors are controlled across the spectrum. In the video mode, you must tinker with the settings because the Auto mode just doesn't have enough intelligence to keep zooming in and adjusting the scene. It simply becomes dark as you zoom in. Auto ISO just doesnt work. Put it on higher ISO and then zoom - it would be all great. Videos at HD are just kickass. At Full HD - you will run out of all your storage space so you better stick to 720p.

It takes getting used to the controls especially the ring adjustment but once you do - it's a breeze.

The grip is okay. It wont slip out of hands but it's not comfortable either. Well, that's probably the sacrifice that you make for having this beast of a camera in your pocket.

Another thing - it's not really pocketable in the truest sense of the word. Yes, you can put it in your pocket but it's slightly heavy and the lens is quite big and protrudes a little. It's quite comfortable in the jeans pockets.

Flash is really good for the size. Doesnt cause red eye most of the time. Is able to illuminate during night and is very effective for fill flash during the day. Only gripe is that for subjects farther than about 5 feet - it doesnt light up evenly. Well, maybe it's not meant to do that trick.

At 35k, it's a not for everyone. If you are seriously concerned about quality and want the fastest point and shoot camera in the world at this moment - go and buy it. You won't regret it. Just don't expect Pro grade SLR quality.

Near DSLR experience
by Vineet Dhar on 2013-03-01

I purchased this cam since I hate the bulk of a DSLR while I love the image quality. There has to be a correlation between the size of the sensor and the size of the camera, which I think this camera perfectly achieves, while keeping the price..well..lets say okayish.

Landscape Jpegs are pretty good straight out of the camera, but I must conceed that this cam does not generate enough bokeh to be interesting enough, which is understandable given the 1" sensor size. An APS C sensor in such a body would be any camera lover's delight( along with a zoom lens of say f1.4 to 5.6)...but i guess thats taking it a bit too far..:).

Build quality is impeccable, just one minor itch being the flash position. Manual controls are a delight too. Am satisfied with the video quality also. All in all, a wonderful piece of engineering.

This can be a perfect companion to someone out on a city trip or a vacation, but incase you want those long zooms for jungle safari or animal sanctualry trips or you want those perfect shallow DOF portraits..look elsewhere...

Size Does Matter
by Rajendra Bhamare on 2013-11-05

I bought this Camera during Diwali Sale. As usual Flipkart delivered before promised date, Thanks Flipkart.

I always wanted to have DSLR, but did not want the big baggage that comes with it. With two kids I always have to carry lot of baggage during travel/site seeing, water bottles, snacks, my phone, wife’s phone, kids tab etc. So any additional baggage was stick No-No. Then I found RX100 which promised very close to DSLR performance but without baggage. Since Canon DSLR 600D was available for almost similar price, It was very difficult to decide on DSLR vs this. Read lots of reviews and saw samples on internet and I decided to go for it.

While reading reviews about this, I liked a comment by one reviewer "The best Camera is the one with you".

After 10 days of usage and 1000+ photos of each and every object near and far, lighted and dark, I am fully satisfied with my decision to purchase RX100.

1.Size does matter. I can carry this in pocket anywhere and comeback with great photos.It’s very small, really compact camera for the features and options it provides. Options give you good control over electronics and optics system.
2.Feature I like most is background defocus, BULB, , i, i+ and manual mode :)
3.Images are as good as DSLR. Portraits, Macros and Landscape.
4.Could read distance sign boards in Landscape photographs that was not visible to naked eyes.
5.Extremely satisfied with low light photography. Could photograph a magazine cover in candle light from 10ft distance without flash and could ready everything. With 10s shutter speed and tripod. Photo came out as if flash was used.(Though small noise is visible)
6.Video quality is very good. Have not explored many options on videos yet.

1.Flash location, most of the time you will forget that flash is goanna pop-up below your finger where you will hold this naturally on left top edge.
2.Panorama mode could be improved.


Glad I purchased it
by Deepak Aggarwal on 2014-03-30

I wanted to make a switch to DSLR from basic Digicam. Since, I've a infant and I'm not an avid photography enthusiast (but with a great willingness to shoot better photos), I zeroed in on this model so that I can play with so many settings (and feel comfortable when in future I buy a DSLR). Its been many days, but I'm still learning the features.

This camera is awesome.
- Great picture clarity & quality
- Ability to capture images while shooting video (I thought only mobiles do it)
- Too many options to get the best shot
- Pocketable
- 1.8f value can help you achieve the background defocus (to some extent)

Since I bought it using a Flipkart offer, I got 10% off on MRP which adds to my joy. Before buying this, I went to few big retailers and everyone addressed RX100 as helm in digicam.
Go for it. You won't regret.

Flipkart delivery, as usual, nothing new, was stupendous :)

A Pocket DSLR
by anand kumar on 2013-01-07

there is no better point and shoot camera right now on Planet. very good low light performance, fast auto focus, great manual control on video recording. little expensive but overall if comes to features and image quality it is as good as mid range DSLR.

Excellent DSLR replacement
by Monalisa Mohanty on 2016-01-11

I am fond of travelling and taking photographs regularly. This comes as a nice small camera to replace the bulky DSLR for typical trips. I would suggest any photography enthusiast to have one. There are many good sites for detailed review.

(1) Its very compact
(2) DSLR quality pictures
(3) RAW image processing
(4) Proven vintage

(1) Price (however it is worth paying it)
(2) Continuous up gradation (you regret not having the latest)

Oh god ! what a brilliant piece of engeneering.
by Aniket Banerjee on 2015-10-15

many people have described the detail specification. I don't want to go there. friend just buy it and feel its amazing power. it can beat a entry level DSLR easily.

Better than a DSLR in certain aspects
by Rahul Deviah on 2014-01-13

Simply put, this is the best point & shoot camera on the market right now... perhaps only the RX100 II is slightly better...

Comparing it to any APS-C DSLR ... picture quality is amazing... easily equal in good light... and only slightly lagging in low light... maybe 1½ stops difference at best...

Video is stellar! The sheer level of detail recorded in full HD in any environment including low light has to be seen to be believed... In this category the RX100 gets the better of most DSLR's with the exception of perhaps the recently introduced Canon 70D...

Autofocus is incredibly fast and intuitive... it locks on instantaneously... and almost never misses no matter the situation...

Sony seem to have integrated a very high quality Carl Zeiss lens into this model... the sharpness is brilliant... including the edges... even shots at full zoom are head over heels superior to the standard 18-55mm lens you get with most DSLR's...

Build quality is fantastic... feels like premium quality in your hand... full aluminum... not your typical plastic P&S experiences...

And the best part is that you can slip it into your pant or coat pocket without any problem... always good for discreet photography...

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Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100 Point & Shoot Specifications

General Features
  • Brand Sony
  • Model Name DSC-RX100
  • Type Point & Shoot
  • Color Black
Camera Features
  • Optical Sensor Resolution 20.2 MP
  • Sensor Type Exmor R CMOS Sensor
  • Shutter Speed Range IAuto (4(10.16 cms) - 1/2000) / Program Auto (1(2.54 cms) - 1/2000)
  • Sensor Size 13.2 x 8.8 mm
  • Maximum Shutter Speed 1/2000 sec
  • Minimum Shutter Speed 30 sec
  • Optical Zoom 3.6x
  • Digital Zoom 14x
  • Other Resolution 4:3 Aspect Ratio: 3648 x 2736 (10 M), 2592 x 1944 (5 M), 640 x 480 (VGA), 1920 x 1080 (16:9, 2 M)
  • Lens Type Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar
  • Auto Focus Contrast Detection AF
  • Manual Focus Yes
  • Focal Length 10.4 - 37.1 mm (35 mm Equivalent to 30 - 108 mm)
  • Aperture Range F1.8 (W) - F4.9 (T)
  • Color Filter No
Convenience Features
  • Shooting Modes Intelligent Auto, Manual Exposure, Movie Mode, Panorama, Picture Effect, Program Auto, Scene Selection, Superior Auto
  • Microphone Stereo Microphone
  • Continuous Shots Up to 10 fps
  • Self Timer 2 sec, 10 sec
  • Delete Function Yes
  • Metering Center-Weighted, Multi-pattern, Spot
  • Supported Languages 19
Image Enhancements
  • ISO Rating Auto / 125 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400 / 12800
  • Image Stabilizer Digital
  • White Balancing Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent
  • Red Eye Reduction Yes
  • Face Detection Yes
  • Macro Mode iAuto AF: 5 cm (W) - 55 cm (T), Program AF: 5 cm (W) - 55 cm (T)
  • Exposure Compensation + / - 3.0EV, 1/3EV Step
  • ViewFinder Optical
  • Display Type TFT XtraFine LCD TruBlack Technology
  • Screen Size 3 Inches
  • Image Display Resolution 1228800 dots
  • Video Display Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels (Full HD)
  • Supported Aspect Ratio 4:3, 16:9
  • Bluetooth No
  • HDMI Yes; HDMI Micro Connector
  • USB Yes
Images & Video
  • Image Format JPEG (RAW : Sony ARW 2.3)
  • Video Format MPEG-4
  • Audio Formats AAC-LC
  • Video Recording 1920 x 1080
Media & Software
  • Memory Card Type Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo, Memory Stick PRO Duo - High Speed, Memory Stick PRO HG Duo, Memory Stick micro, Memory Stick micro (Mark 2), SD, SDHC, SDXC, microSD, microSDHC
  • External Memory Yes; Up to 32 GB
  • Upgradeable Memory Yes
  • Built in Flash Yes
  • Flash Modes Auto, Rear Sync, Slow Sync Flash
  • Flash Range (ISO Auto) : Wide : 0.3 - 17.1m, Telephoto : 0.55 - 6.3m
Power Source
  • AC Adapter AC Adaptor
  • Battery Type Rechargeable Li-ion Battery (NP-BX1)
  • USB Charge Yes (supplied AC Adaptor)
  • Dimensions 101.6 (W) x 58.1 (H) x 35.9 (D) mm
  • Weight 213 gms
  • Depth 35.9 mm
  • Height 58.1 mm
  • Width 101.6 mm
Other Features
  • In The Box Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, Rechargeable Battery Pack NP-BX1 / AC AdaptorAC-UD10 / Micro USB cable / Wrist Strap / shoulder strap adapter, Camera Case
  • Additional Features 20.9 Total MP, 33 - 120 mm (Active Mode), 41 - 146 mm (Active Mode), 7.2x Clear Image Zoom, Aperture (iAuto: F1.8 / F11 (W), Auto Focus Illuminator (Auto, Auto Macro, BIONZ Image Processing Engine, Center Weighted AF, Comfortable Control Ring Manual Operation, Exposure Compensation: 3 EV in increments of 1/3 EV, Flexible Spot AF (Face Tracking Focus), Flexible Spot AF (Tracking Focus), Focal Length 35 mm Conversion Movie (16:9): 29 - 105 mm (Standard Mode), Focal Length 35 mm Conversion Movie (4:3): 36 - 128 mm (Standard Mode), Focal Length 35 mm Conversion Still Image (16:9): 29 - 105 mm, Focal Length 35 mm Conversion Still Image (4:3): 30 - 108 mm, Focus Mode: Multi-point AF, LCD Brightness Setting, New WhiteMagic Technology, Newly Developed Large-diameter F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar Lens, Off), Optimised Noiseless Depiction, Program Auto (1 (2.54 cms) - 1/2000), Program Auto: F1.8 / F11 (W), Shutter Speed: iAuto (4 (10.16 cms) - 1/2000), Spot AF, Unified Lens-body Design
  • Warranty 1 Year
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