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  Sony DSC-RX100 V Sony DSC-RX100 IV Canon G7X Mark II Panasonic LX10
MSRP $999 $899 $699 $699
Lens range (equiv) 24-70mm 24-70mm 24-100mm 24-72mm
Aperture range F1.8-2.8 F1.8-2.8 F1.8-2.8 F1.4-2.8
Autofocus 315-point phase detection Contrast detection

Contrast detection

Contrast detection

Control dials Lens ring (stepless) Four-way/dial Lens ring (stepless) Four-way/dial

Lens ring (stepped/ stepless) Exposure Comp Four-way/dial

Aperture ring Command dial Lens ring (stepless)

Viewfinder 2.36M-dot 2.36M-dot No No
Rear screen Tilt up/down Tilt up/down Tilt up/down Touchscreen Tilt up touchscreen
Video capability 4K/30p 1080/120p 4K/30p 1080/120p 1080/60p 4K/30p 1080/120p
Built-in ND Filter Yes (Auto for stills) Yes (Auto for stills) Yes (Auto for stills) No
Burst Shooting 24 fps 16 fps 8 fps 10 fps
Battery life (CIPA) 220 280 265 260

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