In this article I will go over the Sony RX100 VII Lab Testing I recently did for those pixel peepers out there like myself. High ISO Testing, lens zoom range testing, minimum focus distance testing, lens distortion, sharpness, and color will also be on display in these sample photos for your detailed scrutiny.
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These Sony RX100 VII ISO test photos were all taken in raw quality so you can see exactly what the 1″ Exmor RS Sensor produces in the Sony RX100 VII.
Here is the full scene @ ISO 100 and ISO 12800 and below that are the 100% Crops. Also, in these ISO sample photos you can see the lens does suffer from a little distortion when looking at the horizontal lines towards the top of the scene. It’s not to bad though and in the real world and won’t cause much of a problem unless you are shooting bricks and things like that and need perfect lines at close range. This can also be easily corrected in a program like Adobe Lightroom as well.
The minimum focus distance for the Sony RX100 VII is 3.15″ to Infinity / 8 cm to Infinity on the wide end at 9mm (24mm effective) and 3.28′ to Infinity / 1 m to Infinity on the telephoto end at 72mm (200mm effective)
That is about it for this Sony RX100 VII Lab Testing article and I really hope you got what you were looking for! If you have any questions or just want to leave some comments, be sure to do so below and I will be happy to answer them.