As far as advanced fixed-lens compacts go, it doesn't get much more enticing than the Sony RX1R II. Like its predecessor, it couples a full-frame sensor with a fast, wide-angle prime, but this time it's equipped with a 42.2MP chip to complement its 35mm F2 lens. Autofocus has seen a major upgrade, addressing the RX1R's sluggish AF performance with 399-phase detection point covering 60% of the frame along with 25 contrast points. Despite some of the coldest temperatures of the season so far, we were pretty darn excited to get outdoors with the RX1R II and see what it can do.