RX100 vs. Alpha NEX

Started Mar 21, 2013 | Discussions thread
Digital Nigel
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Re: RX100 vs. Alpha NEX
In reply to Emacs23, Mar 27, 2013

Emacs23 wrote:

gulffish wrote:

The RX100 has the same degree of manual control as a NEX or any other sophisticates camera. A NEX with the right lens will deliver better IQ but the difference isn't significant to most observers as the IQ of the RX100 is terrific. Bottom line, it depends on what your photographic objectives are. For me size is important and the RX100 fits in my pocket, remembering that the best camera is the one you have with you when an opportunity presents itself. Good luck with your decission.

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Kirk

The RX100 has higher degree of manual control than any NEX except NEX-7. Other models are creepled too much.

I have have both, and in some respects the RX100 has more manual controls than even the NEX-7:

- you can control both the min and max range in auto ISO

- there's a more controllable MFNR mode

- there's three memory settings

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