Sony RX100 VA Review and unboxing – Best pocket camera

Sony RX100 VA Review

The Sony RX100 VA is one of the best portable pocket cameras on the market. It’s great for Vlogging and adventure filming, too. Aaron took it on his expedition to Antarctica and filmed his entire documentary for 3 months with this camera. The camera shoots in 1080p and does amazingly well for a small camera. The flip screen is a nice addition. Aaron has filmed several shows with it and used the camera on multiple continents and countries with this camera. People rave about it. Aaron does an unboxing and talks about the overview of the camera in this video and why he chose it over the RX100 VI for his purposes.

Aaron also talks about his tricks of how he uses 2-device recording to get GREAT AUDIO while using the RX100.

Links to Amazon for the following:
Sony RX100 VA ultimate bundle:
Sony RX100 VI ultimate bundle:

Sony NP-BX1 spare Battery for RX100 all:
Sony BCTRX external battery charger for NP-BX1 batteries:
Sony ACCTRDCX mini-battery charger:

Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB:
Screen protector for back OLED display:

2nd audio setup for lavalier
Sony ICDUX560BLK recorder here:
Case for the recorder on
Polson OLM-10 microphone at
Auray Fuzzy Windbuster for Lavalier Microphones at

Antarctic Tears documentary filmed on Sony RX100:

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