Intro
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Intro

Sony's RX100 may have ushered in the era of the 1" sensor compact, but it took Panasonic to combine these larger sensors with the long-lens flexibility that defines a travel zoom. This shouldn't be a surprise, since Panasonic spearheaded that type of camera back in the days when small sensors ruled the Earth.

The RX100 VI, with its 24-200mm equivalent lens, marks the series' entry into the travel zoom sphere, pitching it squarely up against Panasonic's ZS/TZ models: the ZS100 and ZS200. So how do they compare?