Adding to the already successful RX Cyber-shot family, Sony have elected to bolster the lineup with a camera that is suitable as an upgrade for point-and-shoot and even some DSLR owners. The all-new RX10 packs a punch with a 1-inch BSI CMOS 20.2-megapixel sensor, identical to the sensor found on the RX100 Mark II. Although it is the 24-200mm Zeiss lens that offers a constant f/2.8 aperture, which truly makes this camera special. This means that identical exposures can be achieved at both ends of the zoom spectrum. For video shooters, 1080p video can be recorded at 60 or 24 frames per second with full manual control, and uncompressed output through the HDMI port is possible. Furthermore, the RX10 is equipped with a BIONZ X processor to aid with autofocus, noise reduction and detail reproduction. Set to hit stores in November, look out for the Sony RX10 at select Sony retailers for $1,300 USD.