• Vote Up0Vote Down venynxvenynx
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    THE BEST CAMERA, the old adage goes, is the one you have with you.
    These days, that means your smartphone. Smartphone makers are well aware
    of your photography needs and are locked in a never-ending game of
    photography one-upsmanship—one camera, then two, then three … and now

    This optical arms race presents a problem for makers of
    point-and-shoot cameras. After all, why bother buying one when your next
    smartphone could very well outperform it? For camera manufacturers, the
    only way to win is to play a different game.

    That’s where Sony’s RX 100 VI comes in. It feels custom-engineered to
    do everything your smartphone camera can’t—and won’t be likely to do in
    the future. I’ve found myself reaching for the RX 100 VI more often
    than my smartphone, and occasionally more often than a full-frame camera
    like the Sony Alpha 7III. At $1,200 it’s expensive, but it does an
    excellent job of carving out a new niche and making itself a part of
    your everyday carry.

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