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Sony RX100M3

Next week ill be heading to hawaii for my niece first birthday :) and as i was planning ahead on bringing my dad's dslr i remember how back in europe i had a hard time carrying it for its heavy and walking around for hours with a dslr is no joke, it could take really nice pictures but it could be tiresome to have it. So i decided to get a smaller camera which could take almost as nice images as a dslr and i found sony RX100 iii which happens to have a view finder and takes good images.



Here are some of the reviews in youtube



If your interested in buying here is an amazon link:

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