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Key Features

  • 20.2 Megapixels
  • 15.86 mm Exmor R COMS pixels Sensor
  • 3.6x Optical Zoom
  • ISO rating 100 - 25600
  • Aperture Range F1.8 (W) - F4.9 (T)
  • Max shutter speed 1/2000 sec

Price of Sony CyberShot DSC RX100 2 in India

Sony CyberShot DSC RX100 2 price in India is Rs.40,250.

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Sony CyberShot DSC RX100 2 Specifications

Sony CyberShot DSC RX100 2 Specification and features are mentioned below. The specification are from the 7 seller(s) and other reliable sources

Type Advance Point and shoot
Dimensions 101.6 x 58.1 x 38.3 mm
Weight 281 g
Camera Resolution 20.2 MP
Video Resolution 1920 x 1080 Pixels at 60 fps
ISO Rating 100 - 25600
White Balancing Auto, Daylight, Shade, Cloudy, Incandescent, Fluorescene (Warm White, Cool White, Day White, Daylight), Flash, Color Temperature, Filter, Custom
Image Format JPEG, RAW
Video Format AVCHD, AVC MP4
Audio Formats Dolby Digital (AC-3)
Face Detection
Image Stablizer ✔ Optical SteadyShot
Sensor Type Exmor R COMS
Sensor Size 13.2 x 8.8 mm
Image Ratio w:h 4:3, 3:2, 16:9, 1:1
Max Resolution 5472 x 3648 Pixels
Processor BIONZ
Display 3.0 inch Xtra Fine / TruBlack / TFT LCD
Image Display Resolution 1229K dots
View Finder
View Finder ✔ Electronic viewfinder (optional)
Lens Type Carl Zeiss Vario Sonnar T Lens
Focal length 10.4 - 37.1 mm (35 mm Equivalent to 30 - 108 mm)
Auto Focus ✔ Multi point AF (25 points), Center weighted AF, Flexible spot, Flexible spot (tracking focus), Flexible spot (face tracking)
Manual Focus
Color Filter ✔ Primary (RGB) Color filte
Optical Zoom 3.6x
Digital Zoom 14x
Other Focus Features Number of focus points (25)
Photography Features
Aperture Range F1.8 (W) - F4.9 (T)
Self Timer ✔ 2 and 10 sec
Shooting Modes Superior Auto, Intelligent Auto, Program Auto, Movie Mode, Panorama, Scene Selection, Picture Effect, Intelligent Sweep Panorama, Manual Exposure
Metering ✔ Multi-pattern Light Metering, Center Weighted Light Metering, Spot Light Metering
Camera Shutter Speed (Sec) 1/2000 sec (Max) & 30 sec (Min)
Built-In Flash ✔ Pop-up
Flash Range 0.3 - 15.0 m (W), 0.55 - 5.7 m (T)
External Flash ✔ Multi Interface Shoe
Flash Mode Auto, Flash On, Slow Sync, Rear Sync, Flash Off
HDMI ✔ Type D Micro HDMI
Microphone ✔ Built-in Stereo
USB Cable
Memory Card Type Memory Stick Duo / Memory Stick PRO Duo / Memory Stick PRO Duo High Speed / Memory Stick PRO HG Duo / SD / SDHC / SDXC / Memory Stick Micro / Memory Stick Micro (Mark 2) / Micro SD / Micro SDHC
Upgradable Memory
Battery Life 350
Battery Type Lithium-Ion NP-BX1 battery
Camera Features
Macro Mode ✔ 5 cm
Continuous Shot ✔ 10.0 fps
Additional Features Orientation sensor, Control Ring Manual Operation, Simple Connectivity via Wi-Fi and NFC, Multi Interface Shoe and Multi Terminal, WhiteMagic Wizardry
Remote Control via NFC

Sony CyberShot DSC RX100 2 Overview

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The Good

  • Top-notch image quality. Tiltable LCD screen for more creativity. Addition of hot-shoe gives options for flash accessories.

The Bad

  • No-touchscreen feature. Over-priced because of the extra features. Clickless control wheel might turn away some hardcore users.

The Bottom Line

The RX100 II does indeed come off with some better features but at the cost of an increase in the price. The main question here is whether the user needs this kind of features. If the answer is yes, then this is one of the best buys in the digital market spanning across all categories.


What do you do when you already have a stellar product in the digital market, which has been a major hit among the users and the critics alike!

Create a Make a Mark-II like version of it and add more features to it.

When it comes to the compact camera market, image quality always comes to the forefront of the important feature list followed by pocketability and other features. SONY RX100 fulfilled all the requirements mentioned and more and became a huge hit for its low-light image performance.

SONY has introduced the RX100 II as its sister variant with the addition of features like hot-shoe compatibility, tiltable LCD screen, better performance with its BSI sensor.

Camera Body

There doesn't seem to be a huge difference in the design department on comparison with its predecessor. Both of them pretty much sport the same build and a slight matte finish gives off the same anti-grip, slippery feel which was present with the RX100. This highly necessitates the need for a strap as a security measure.

The build quality is pretty much the same like its predecessor. There is no major difference even with the addition of the hot-shoe and the tiltable LCD screen except that it gives the feel of a bulkier model.

The RX100 II still has the quick access control ring feature, which can be used to access the ISO, Shutter Speed features. It still has the function ring which can be customized to access 7 different settings. Another point that may put off some users is the lack of click stops on the control wheel.


  • Continuous Shooting:

SONY has not made any changes to the frame rate feature of the RX100 II and it still has a continuous shooting speed of 10fps which is pretty much good for a compact camera and does the needful, which is to not miss out any action and yet deliver quality images. However, there are two variants now – Speed based and standard based.

  • Auto-Focus:  

The most liked feature about the RX100 has been its auto-focus feature specially when it concerns low-light and its ability to deliver magnificient images nonetheless.

The RX100 II does all of the above and more.

This feature has been boosted more with the addition of a BSI CMOS Sensor, which SONY says gives an extra boost and allows for faster focussing in low-light photography.       

Along with the manual auto-focus, there are 3 other focus-modes for the user -

Single, Multi and Continuous.


  • Wi-Fi:  

One of the huge addition to this model is the introduction of Wi-Fi compatibility. For a user who is very much into sharing images online, this will come as a huge interest.

It also comes equipped with NFC feature. So, if you have a smartphone which is compatible with the camera, the whole transfer process becomes hassle-free.  

  • Battery:

By CIPA testing standards, the RX100 II can cover up to shooting 350 images in one go, which is suffice to say, pretty okay for a compact camera. Although there are so much improvements SONY can do on this front.

Sensor Performance and Image Quality:

The RX100 II comes with the by-now familiarly large 1” type sensor, the type used with the Nikon 1 series compacts. In comparison to other peers among its class, it actually stands out for its sensor which is quite large and powerful with its performance.

However, this variant comes with an Exmor R-branded CMOS meaning BSI feature. This feature pretty much makes the difference in terms of noise reduction in very low-light situations.

The sensor also brings about a change in its video recording capabilities as it is able to record Full HD content at 24fps.  

When it comes to image quality, the RX100 II shoots images in both JPEG and RAW format. And the image quality is top-notch. It doesn’t shy away from its performance even at high ISOs and despite the presence of noise in the images, the detailing is remarkably excellent.

Difference between RX100 and RX100 II

You might be thinking that the RX100 II is pretty much similar to its predecessor in most ways. Same build, same sensor size, same faster auto-focus.

  • However, there’s the 3in LCD screen rich with resolution which is absent in the RX100. And it’s also tiltable not by a huge margin, but it does the job for a user.  

  • Presence a Multi-Interface hotshoe allows for addition of external flash accessories, remote controlled ones or even a viewfinder for added focussing power.  

  • Wi-Fi and NFC compatibility make this model a darn good product for sharing images online whenever required.


A Nice Camera Which Captures HD Pictures Within 20k To Would Be Good If I Get Something Of Nikon Canon Or Sony.



Hi Sonali, Based on your budget, I can suggest you to go for Sony Cybershot DSC Rx100 ii -  Sony CyberShot DSC RX100 2 It comes with a 1" sensor fitted inside a compact camera body making it a perfect pocketable camera. But what makes it a standout camera is its ability to shoot pictures in low-light. It's 20MP CMOS sensor delivers high quality pictures along with well-detailed and sharpness features. At wide angle, the maximum aperture of the Rx100 ii comes in handy while clicking pictures in low-light as it is able to gather more light and is able to deliver less noise-present pictures at high ISOs.It has Wi-Fi capabilities allowing for fast transfer between your smartphones and the camera. You can also record videos at 1080p at 24/60 fps. 

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I want to buy sony rx100, it looks best point and shoot, I am going on UK tour this month end ,please suggest


Sony CyberShot DSC RX100  seems to be a great option among Point and Shoot Camera. Please go for it.

Good Digital Camera


Extremely good picture quality, easy & perfect auto focus, good zoom, below 15000


Go for Sony CyberShot DSC WX200, extremely light & compact,18 MP sensor that renders highly detailed images. wx200 is water resistant. Base ISO of 100 and do come with AutoFocus optical zoom of 10x and digital zoom of 40x. Sony CyberShot DSC WX200