New 24-200mm (equiv) F2.8-4.5 lens
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New 24-200mm (equiv) F2.8-4.5 lens

Perhaps the most obvious addition to the RX100 VI compared to its predecessors is a substantially longer zoom lens, with a claimed 4EV of optical image stabilization. Whereas the RX100 V's zoom topped out at a modest 70mm, the RX100 VI's lens reaches all the way to 200mm (equivalent).

In one sense, this should make the RX100 VI a more versatile camera than its predecessors, but that additional zoom range doesn't come for free. The RX100 VI's maximum aperture is F2.8-4.5, which is significantly slower than the F1.8-2.8 of its predecessor, and it does not include the useful built-in ND found in earlier models.