Indecisive digital camera shoppers now have two good reasons to take another look at the Sony RX10: super boosted video quality and a near 25 percent drop in price. Roundly criticized for offering video recording quality that wasn't up to par with its $1300 sticker price, the RX10 developed a rep for being good, but not worth the high cost. Thankfully, that's changed.
Bringing the retail price down by a full $300 (from $1300 to $1000) in an effort to make the camera more appealing to prospective buyers, Sony has also released a new firmware package that boosts the camera's video quality to XAVC-S, giving existing owners the ability to capture 1080p video at 50 Mbps.
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