On the other hand, a DSLR or a slightly smaller mirrorless camera is a commitment.You don't just happen to have one of those bulky gadgets in your pocket at all times. That's why I've been giddy to try Sony's new 0 Cyber-shot RX100 III.However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY’s newsroom and any business incentives.If Black Friday marks the official start of the holiday shopping season, Cyber Monday is when things get serious.There’s also networks out there that facilitate the connection, payment processing and all other aspects.All you have to do is read and respond to messages. All the networks for phone sex use 3rd party services to deliver the messages.
With a metal chassis and 10.2 ounces of heft, the RX100 III is a little brute that feels far more durable than nearly any compact camera not specifically rated as "rugged." Its various buttons and knobs are nearly flush-mounted, so there's almost nothing to snag when you jam the camera in a big pocket or toss it in a bag. The main slab of the camera's body measures 1.4 inches thick.
But out of the front, a lens base protrudes an inconvenient 0.6 inches, which makes difficult to squeeze into tight pockets or makes it lumpy in others.
Still, it's worth the trade-off for the excellent 2.9X, 24mm-70mm (full-frame equivalent) zoom lens that pops out when you turn the camera on.
That’s when Americans trade trips to the mall for shopping online, and retailers start dropping discounts on popular gifts. With thousands of sales that last anywhere from the entire weekend to just a few minutes, it’s hard to tell what’s a good deal and what’s just hype.
Luckily, the editors at are here to help you sift through the Cyber Monday madness.
All weekend long, we’ll use our expertise to find deep discounts on products that are worth buying.