We don’t need to tell you that Sony makes great digital cameras–especially when it comes to the pocket-sized point-and-shoot. They might have outdone themselves with the successor to the RX100M3 (a great camera in its own right), the RX100 IV. Inside the relatively tiny package is a the world’s first memory-attached 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor. The sensor gives you 20.1MP, and the attached DRAM memory chip makes sure the processing is handled quickly. Just for comparison, the iPhone 6 only has 8MP, and those “Shot on iPhone 6” billboards look pretty great. Think about what you’ll get out of 20.1MP while still having the convenience of pocket size. The RX100 IV also has a 24-70mm equivalent F1.8-2.8 lens and a shutter capable of 1/32000 sec. Oh yeah, it also has 40x super slow motion and Anti-Distortion Shutter. In case all that wasn’t enough, there are also camera app upgrades and an accessory selection that gives the Apple store a run for its money.