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If you have pip on your system, you can simply install or upgrade the Python bindings

Alternately, you can download the source distribution from PyPI

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Please Stop Using console.log() ó Itís Broken

At 2.3 by 4.0 by 1.7 inches (HWD) and 10.7 ounces, the RX100 VII isn't the lightest, slimmest compact out there. But it slides into jacket pockets easily, and its weight comes from complex optics and construction that's more metal than plastic. It doesn't have any sort of protruding handgrip, but there are first- and third-party add-on grips available for photographers who prefer one.

My complaint with the one-touch design is the same as with the RX100 VIóif you're not careful, it's easy to push the eyecup in when using it, especially if you wear eyeglasses. You just have to be careful not to put pressure on it, because as the eyecup is pushed in, the finder's optics lose focus. Even with this grip, I prefer it to the older design, which required you to pull the eyecup back before using it, and to push it back in before collapsing the EVF back into the body.

There are two practical benefits. With the Real Time Tracking interface, the RX100 VII does a seemingly perfect job of tracking moving subjects, and is able to automatically detect faces and eyes, with settings for both humans and pets. (Officially cats and dogs are supported, but it's worth turning on if you're at the zoo.