I own an RX100 too and started a thread here many months ago where I was planning to post samples of what it does and doesn't as a video camera. The thread was quickly shot down when it was pointed out that the German "slashcam" identified the lens as crappy for video.
In fact, key to the design, is a lens that, by traditional standards, is a mess. In this case Sony and Zeiss worked together to make a lens and software package that would get more out of a compact design than the laws of optics used to allow.
The RX100 is my primary camera because I want four things. I want my camera to fit in my pocket, go relatively unnoticeable, take great photos in the RAW format and shoot acceptable 1080p60 video. I don't think any other camera does all four as well. There are lots of cameras that do three of those things.
Regarding this as a video forum, I've shot plenty of video footage that I like and very little where the camera did a bad job. I think it is a good video camera, especially for light weight travel. But, if "great still photos in the RAW format" is not on your list, the old and new RX100 models are not what you want.
Regarding the comment that "It looks like the largest sensor in a pocket size 1080p60 camera", my understanding is that it uses little of the large sensor for video. The large sensor is for still photos.