With the same sensor as the RX100 II, which is one of the best compacts we’ve tested, could the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 bridge camera break the dominant hold of the DSLR and CSC? Read the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 review...
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10 review – White balance and colour
Image: The colours produced by the RX10 look great. This JPEG was shot in the standard colour setting
Again, I find myself comparing the images produced on the RX10 to those of the RX100 II, but given that both cameras use the same sensor this is no surprise.
In its default image setting the RX10 produces bright colours that are reasonably well saturated, and with a good level of contrast. Those who want to print straight from the camera and who don’t want to do much editing should be pleased with the default setting, although there is of course a full complement of image styles from which to choose for those who want to be a little more specific.
Image: Autumn colour mode came in particularly useful when shooting with the RX10