Sony RX100 Review – DLSR in a Pocket Body? – Does it suck?

Sony‘s new compact camera the RX100 is aimed directly at the premium shooter market, The “pro-sumers” the professional Photogs looking for a pocket-sized backup, the enthusiast, The traveler looking to pack light but doesn’t want to sacrifice the quality of their travel photography gear – and it’s directly competing against the likes of the popular PowerShot S100 from Canon, the superb Olympus’s XZ-1 & the chunky but sweet, Panasonic’s Lumix LX5.

The Sony RX100 is the world’s most powerful pocket sized camera, incredible specs in a small package.

The Sony RX100 features a large sensor size, for a compact “point & shoot” style camera, A 1 inch Exmor CMOS sensor, the same size as the sensor in the Nikon 1 series cameras, the J1, J2, and V1.
Watch a shot for shot video shootout between the RX100 & the Nikon V1 here;
1-INCH PUNCH – SONY RX100 vs NIKON V1 – Video Shoot-out 

You can find a gallery of test shots & photographs used int this RX100 review on my Google+ Picasa gallery; Plus.google.com/photos/…