The Sony RX100 M2 and its Auto-HDR really shines at night. As I mentioned in my last post, you can specify the number for the HDR from 1 to 6 stops or leave it in Auto and let it be the judge. This series was taken with the Auto-HDR enabled. Take a look at this series also taken at Top of the Rock:
Even though the Auto_HDR saves the composite image as a JPG, there is still plenty of data in these 20meg images to enhance in Lightroom or Photoshop. But, did I mention how much fun the Sony Rx100 M2 is??