RX100VI
These images were captured to test the Sony RX100VI Compact Camera. The major difference between the VI and the five previous models is the use of an 8x 9-72mm zoom lens (24-200mm full-frame equivalent zoom).

The first 8 images shows the same scene at the widest angle of view and full zoom to show how the camera can be used creatively to frame just a small angle of view within the bigger picture.

The images of the dogs running on the beach shows how effective the camera is at tracking a rapidly moving subject at 24 frames per second at 1/2000 second in Continuous AF. For some of these images the Auto ISO climbed to 1600 to maintain the fast shutter speed. The images were captured at, or near, the maximum aperture using Aperture priority and Auto ISO Min SS of 1/2000 second.
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