Hands-on with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 III
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Hands-on with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 III

One of the things we liked about the RX10 and RX10 II is the physical aperture ring - which can be clicked or de-clicked, the latter useful for smooth aperture progressions in video. The RX10 III also boasts two additional rings for focus and zoom - the latter function doubled by a conventional compact camera-style 'W-T' rocker around the shutter release. And note that the shutter button is threaded for a mechanical cable release - a nice touch, and a subtle indication of the RX10 III's high-end positioning. 

You'll note some new buttons on the top of the camera - there's an additional customizable C2 button, as well as a button to light up the top LCD screen.