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Sony Cybershot RX100VI Compact Digital Camera $999 + $5 Delivery ($0 to Selected Areas/ C&C/ in-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


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This coupon is unique and can only be used once. Offer valid for instore and online transactions until 11:59PM AEST 21st October 2021, offer cannot be extended. Coupon cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon offer. Coupon valid for a Sony Cybershot RX100VI Compact Digital Camera [4K Video] (323660). Offer while stocks last. Excludes delivery charges. $500 off^ will be calculated from the current ticket price. Offer can be redeemed instore or online by visiting www.jbhifi.com.au, adding the specified product to your shopping cart and entering the coupon code number in the box provided at checkout.

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  • ZV-E10 with 16-50mm should cost you no more than 1,1k

  • How did you get this code? Need to be in the JB mailing list?

    • yes, from JB mailing list

  • +3

    Banger camera …for 2018.

    Took it to Japan as a main camera and it performed really well, zoom is awesome.

    For anything NOT requiring zoom, iphone 12 pro or newer/equivalent is just as good (for stills) and image stabilisation is next level in comparison for video - not to mention way more convenient overall.

    • +10

      The stills of RX100 and the iPhone are only comparable if you're viewing the photos on a phone… Once you put it up on a computer, the difference is stark. the RX100 can also output RAW files that will help with editing if that's part of one's workflow.

      Agreed with the video though, iPhones are great at that.

      • +4

        iphone pro can do raw too - I would agree if you were doing a1/2/3 prints but on a 1080p monitor the difference is negligible to my eye - but i guess my eyes are not that fantastic in old age.

        Best camera is the one you have with you :)

        • Best camera is the one you have on you but the best photos are the ones you compose.

          Having high quality shots is important not just for large prints but also to digitally zoom and crop later on with minimum drop in quality. If the photo only just looks good at 1080p then you have little room to edit versus a photo which looks great at 4K but can be cropped and reframed to look excellent at 1080p.

        • Also don't forget smart phone use fake bokeh (AI blur) while proper camera lens will seperate subject from background create genuine shallow depth of field. On some pics it might not look obvious but on most photos taken on smart phone you will notice a funny edging causing by A.I shitting itself.
          Sensor is another big factor. Bigger sensor on camera perform much better in low light.

          • @itstuan: If I wanted sick bokeh and good low light performance I’d crack out the a7iii and 55 1.8

            • @Jimothy Wongingtons: Sure thing, its always a better option when you can spend more. But if you really want sick bokeh, just get any cheap crop body and a 85mm f1.4 or 85mm f1.8 if you dont wanna spend too much.
              On these compact camera the lens arent that good.

      • -2

        iPhone ProRAW is not bad at all! Not familiar with the RX100 but I reckon the differences are not that big?

  • Is this a better buy over a Sony ZV-1?

  • What is the zoom on this? I can't decipher f stop or aperture or whatever it is you use to calculate zoom

    • +1

      It's 200mm which is about 5x zoom. But with 20MP and good sensor you can probably push 6-7x zoom with minimum drop in quality.

    • The actual zoom "number" is fairly irrelevant (72÷9=8x read off lens) . Main thing of interest is its equivalent to 24-200 on a 35mm (full frame) camera. This is how most lenses and cameras are compared, and can be compared… 24-200 is the useful part to know.

  • +1

    Really really good camera! I still love and use my Sony RX100 IV.

    • IV is the best value for money RX100 imo, especially since you can pick them up for like 500 buck on marketplace these days

    • I still love and use my OG Sony RX100.

      Amazed how much they are these days. I think I paid about $600 back in 2013.

  • Get the RX100 series if you want something that fits in your shirt's front pocket.

    But for $99 more, you can step up to a Fuji X-T200.

    You get a bigger sensor and if you're into video you can get 4k 30p with no crop.

    • One is king of compact and the other is entry level mirrorless. They both serve different market.

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