Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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What's the likelihood that Adobe will support the RX100 IV in an ACR that will work with Photoshop CS6? I'm considering upgrading my original RX100 and wondering if I should wait to see if the IV is actually supported. Apologies if this is answered elsewhere, but I couldn't find it.
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By: andyv14 (1 week ago)
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Does the rx10II like the Rx100IV also have slow motion video? This was not stated in your specs
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Good morning, On my LX100 I don't want to check the recorded image on the screen right after the shooting. On my RX100 there was one option (here) but I don't find the same option on the LX100. I don't want to perform continuous shooting, I only want to avoid to lose 1 or 2 seconds after each shoot (I would check and remove the pictore afterwards). Thank you for your help! MG
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have the original RX100 and like its IQ except corner softness. Would like to upgrade to RX100 M4, if it’s optically improved especially in the edges and corners. And how does M3 compared to RX10 in lens optically quality. --Maple
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I have an RX100 and wish that I could use it with my studio strobes, but the flash has a pre-flash that sets off the studio strobes before the main flash of the RX100 can. Is the GX7 any different? Can the camera be used with studio strobes?
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This might seem crazy but it's something I just started contemplating. I have a Sony A6000 that, well its just awesome. I am extremely hesitant to move up to the FF A7II for cost at this point as the A6000 paired up with the Z24 is just producing stunning images for me.  I also have the RX100III and was on the fence and contemplating moving up to the the IV as I want 4K. I don't have anything 4K capable now, but hard drives are cheap and time goes by fast. 8K will be here before we know it...
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Hi all. In my quest for a pocketable camera I own the Ricoh GR. It's an exciting camera with excellent IQ. I use it as my pocketcamera. I normaly use my Fuji X-T1 and X-M1. However I do miss zoom from time to time so I'm considering to add the Sony RX100 III to my collection. Who owns both the RX100 and GR and can tell me if the IQ is far apart? --Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/sjoerdvenema/Twitterpage http://www.twitter.com/sjoerdvenemaTumblr http://www.sjoerdvenema.nl
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I bought the RX100 a couple of years ago and am pretty happy with the convenience and quality of the camera.   I'm going on a big European trip July 2 and am thinking about upgrading. What will I get with the RX100 III (can't wait for the IV) that I don't have with my RX100?   How would I go about selling the RX100. It is in perfect working order and has no wear or damage to the exterior. thanks Don
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By: David249 (2 weeks ago)
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Okay I am not a person who gets under the hood & understands the inner workings. So I would like to know if as a user of the Rx100 first version what it would mean to a casual shooter if I chose to buy the RX100 lv? Would there be a noticeable difference in photo quality or is it added bells & whistles while being terrific for many would make a difference. Most of my shooting is travel , family & city snapshots. thanks for your patience as I need an answer without too much tech jargon as it...
cfgdn
By: cfgdn (3 weeks ago)
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I'm trying to get used to a Sony RX100. At this point I'm overwhelmed. Mostly I want to post photos online, view them on our computer, or email them as attachments, but I want the quality as good as I can get. Nearly all my photos will be outdoors, most often landscape, buildings, and closeups of plants. Should I take all my photos in VGA? Any suggestion for other settings to use?
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