The Sony RX100M3 is the latest point-and-shoot camera from the tech giant. The M2 featured a 20.1 megapixel CMOS sensor and that hasn’t changed here with the M3 either nor has the inclusion of NFC and Wi-fi connectivity and tilting LCD display. What’s new is the 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens which is wider and brighter than the Zeiss 28-100mm f/1.8-4.9 predecessor lens. There’s also a built-in ND filter and pop-up electronic viewfinder that’s fitted with a 1.4 million dot OLED display. The RX100M3 will also have BRAVIA Sync, a mic input port, PhotoTV HD, support for a variety of flash cards and USB 2.0. And like the Sony A7s, this compact camera also has the XAVC-S video recording function. The Sony RX100M3 is due to release on June 17th with a pricetag of $899, with the viewfinder included as that’s normally a $200-$300 option.