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One of the best pocket cameras just got better

Sony’s new RX100 VI helps keep high-end compact cameras alive.
sony rx100 vi screen

The RX100 VI features a ZEISS Vario-Sonnar T* 24-200mmi F2.8 (a F4.5 high magnification zoom lens), which is a big departure from the 24-70mm equivalent found in previous versions

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