Sony Cyber-SHOT DSC-RX10 IV


  • HIGHLY EXTENDED FOCAL RANGE: ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24 – 600mm F2.4 – 4 ultra-fast zoom lens with large aperture and high resolution
  • BREATH-CUTTING IMAGE QUALITY: Stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor type 1.0 with 20.1 megapixel resolution and backlight technology to achieve wide sensitivity coverage
  • FAST & ACCURATE AUTOFOCUS: 0.03s autofocus with Real-time Eye Tracking to keep your subject in focus in any situation.
  • DO NOT MISS ANY PICTURES: Up to 24 frames per second in burst mode.
  • PERFECT FOR VIDEASTS: In-house 4K video with pro settings and image stabilization
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  1. 06

    by Archie

    I bought this camera as an upgrade from the RX10III. It closely resembles its predecessor but is faster in operation and the auto focus works much faster and more reliably. It also tracks in CAF very much better and offers higher burst rates. As I am interested in photographing wildlife and birds this is important and justifies the considerable cost. An excellent versatile camera with an exceptionally good Zeiss branded zoom lens.

  2. 06

    by Richard Hutcheson

    The only camera you will need. I brought this for wildlife photography. Great zoom and high continuous shooting rate. Still learning all this cameras capability and would recommend getting a good book to get the most from the camera.

  3. 06

    by Colin

    As an amateur photographer I wanted to buy one bridge camera that would stop me carrying lots of equipment. This is it, yes its expensive but in my opinion it is worth every penny. If you have the cash I strongly recommend this camera, and if you don’t start saving.

  4. 06

    by silverflash

    This camera is the bees knees. It may not be theoretically as good, in terms of sensor size, as an interchangable-lens camera, but I can’t see the difference, and I think you would need to go for a wall-sized poster to do so. The freedom to have all those focal lengths available without a bagful of lenses is brilliant. It’s expensive, but you get what you pay for.

  5. 06


    It’s already pretty much universally rated as the best bridge camera available – nothing I could really add to all those reviews. May seem expensive, but it’s well worth the price.

  6. 06

    by Fred

    Not wanting to always take my DSLR and all the lenses out with me – my camera bag weighs a small ton – I figured I’d get myself a bridge camera. I put in the research, spent hours reading through reviews of different ones and having already had a Sony HX350 (cracking little camera that I never should have got rid of) I finally decided to break the bank account and treat myself to the RX10 IV, a decision I absolutely regret making. I also regret not buying it from Amazon because had I done so I would have sent it back in the first week, however, I learned a lesson and am stuck with it (unless anyone wants it!)
    It’s heavy, cumbersome and not the easiest for handheld shots but that’s fair enough; my Canon with a 100/400 lens is weighty too. The focus is so hit-and-miss I need to keep it on burst the whole time and hope that eventually one of the multi-shots will actually produce something semi-viewable. The electrical viewer/screen is never going to work in the same way as as a DSLR when it comes to focussing but if you’re wanting to ensure a specific section among a wider area is focused to precision this is not the camera for you because no matter how hard I try – and others who are a lot more experienced in such things have also not been able to get it to work – it does it’s own thing; often that thing is to not focus at all. Manually it’s even worse so I find myself having to leave it on auto which means I am at the mercy of the camera. Don’t even bother to try infinity focussing on a night shoot; the camera refuses to play ball on that score.
    Additional lenses can be fitted – mine came with a 2x converter and macro – but attaching them the camera then refuses to do anything so don’t waste your money on an extras if you do choose to buy the Sony RX10 IV.
    Maybe I expected too much but my Mum’s little point-and-shoot that was 7 times cheaper than this Sony takes far superior photos.

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