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Rumored Sony RX100M3 Specs Leaked Ahead of Official Announcment

By Anthony Thurston on April 30th 2014

The rumored Sony Rx100M3 is expected to be announced later today, but as usual, the rumors buffs have already gotten their hands on the specs. If you would like to be surprised when the new camera is finally announced stop reading here, otherwise continue on to read about the new Sony RX100M3.

Sony RX100M3 Specs

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  • 20MP sensor
  • ISO 125-25600
  • 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens
  • Built in View finder (SVGA OLED Tru-Finder 1440k dots)
  • Tiltable screen (180 degrees up)
  • Record in XAVC S format
  • Price is said to be around 800-850 Euro in Europe.

[REWIND: Possible RX200 With Bright 28-100mm F/1.8-2.8 Lens]

I have to say, that 24-70mm F/1.8-F/2.8 lens is pretty impressive for a compact camera. If I was in the market for a high end compact for vacation or general family use, this is definitely something I would be considering. (Assuming these rumored specs are correct, of course)

So, what are your thoughts on these rumored specs? How do you think this matches up with other high end compact cameras like the current RX100 M2 and Canon G1X Mark II?

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Anthony Thurston is a photographer based in the Salem, Oregon area specializing in Boudoir. He recently started a new project, Fiercely Boudoir to help support the growing boudoir community. Find him over on Instagram. You may also connect with him via Email.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. fraz

    Just bought the MK2. How much is this likely to be. The built in view finder would be great

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  2. Kishore Sawh

    I WAS thinking if I WAS in the market I would consider the Canon G1X II in a different category. SImply put, it’s not pocketable. AT ALL..

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  3. Peter F

    I think you meant “if I ‘were’ in the market”. “Was” is past tense.

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    • Bob A.

      Actually, it has nothing to do with tense. It has to do with intent– subjunctive (were)or indicative (was). Either way generally is correct.

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