beril2013: i want a camera that takes excellent photos and excellent video for family.. Taking photos of my daughter while she is swimming at the beach etc... My budget is $1000 . I don't want a DSLR. Is the rx100 iii suitable for me? or can i get something better for $1000? size doesn't matter by the way.
But he said he doesn't want a DSLR.
Paul Kersey Photography: the most obvious failing in the M3 is the lack of improvements with the ergonomics. The RX100 was an enjoyable camera that could have been better with a decent grip and/or an improved non-slippery surface area.
The Sony grip is rather inexpensive if you wish to add one on. As Babka08 indicated, a leather case will provide sufficient amount of grip.
Photo 1: Should be Chester-le-Street
Love the photo of that photographer, timeless!
One way to cure your GAS is buy a Leica and 50mm like Henri Cartier-Bresson did.
tecnoworld: This is what I wrote one month ago as a comment to the nx30 preview
'Imo this is a 'just' a good camera, too expensive, that does not shine in any field.'
I see with pleasure that the reviewers share my ideas. Unfortunately those things can't be said on samsung forum.
I'm really happy to see this camera treated for what it's worth. Just another decently good/average camera. NOTHING MORE.
And samsung needs so much more than this to be interesting.
They need to be better than anyone else at a lower price. Not just as good as some, worse than others, at a higher price.
Samsung really needs to go back to school.
And, the shape. Ridicolously big, bulky, dslr like. Please...argh.
Ohhhhh, I'm so satisfied.
DPR is recruiting, quick! :P
Always good to listen to Richard's British accent....:)
Looks like the pop up electric view finder also uses Zeiss coating (marked a T* in front of the EVF), if this is the case, perhaps it is one of a kind for this?
Black Box: Sony are truly genious! They now finance their R&D with actual buyers money! RX100 - too many problems. RX100 II - SOME problems solved but no good lens. And finally RX100 III - much better... but still not really polished. And people have to pay for their experimentation. I bet it'll be a trendy approach among camera makers.
You got to think outside of the black box :P
Eleson: This puzzles me. The differences between this one and the mk2 are big enough to warrant a new name and to sell them in parallel.Why mk3?
RX200 will be more different perhaps? :)
I tried to think of any camera that has a pop-up view finder...
This camera is really one of its kind it seems! impressive.
clicstudio: Who cares how it was done. If the insects are dead or alive, posed or not. They all look amazing.What matters is the end product.Stop criticizing without knowledge.
Er.... I care!
When I looked some of the photos, this funny word came into my mind :
justinwonnacott: Limited use - like a fisheye. Toy.
My mum calls all my Zeiss lenses - Toys!
alexpaynter: I am struggling to see why this is better than an a6000. I am assuming it has the same processor, same sensor, same autofocus etc.
It has a bulkier body which some may find easier to hold.
More A moutn lenses to choose from?
It is quite brave to put it on Sony A7 :P
Buy it !
Pentax should live on.
dw2001: cool, now sony have more mirrorless full frame bodies than lenses for the system...how is it possible?!?!
There are 3 full frame bodies at the moment, there are less than 3 lenses??? (24-70,28-70,35,55). Yes, it is impossible.
RobertSigmund: I knew this movie. A pity he died so early. Maybe because of his big fat belly! :-(
''People die everyday,...and you know what their last thought is? I never got my shot.'
He certain got his shot!
Thoughts: If Nikon didn't charge this sort of money, they would make a bigger loss from 1 series.
It is very expensive to develop a new camera system, I bet Nikon is losing tons of money from this 1 series, yet they manage to continue and charge a premium price, which is probably motivated by some marketing decisions. I don't think Nikon knows what to do next ...