Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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Hi, I'm new here and would love a bit of help.  I'm looking to replace my old point and shoot, or compact camera before an upcoming trip over seas.  I know I want good quality optics, good low light capability, and ability to fit it in my pockets.  I would also like to have some sort of wifi or NFC, but don't need long zoom or view finder for this camera.  This has brought me to the RX100 mark 2...and a few questions.  Assuming I purchase the Mark 2, can anyone confirm that it will work with...
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Sony Alpha 7S in MLS (Multiple Listings) Photography I currently use a Sony RX100 for MLS photography. I do this for real estate agents. I am purchasing a Alpha 7S this week and wanted some advice on what would be the best prime lenses for this purpose. So far I'm looking at these: SEL55F28Z Sonnar 55mm F1.8 ZASEL35F28Z 35MM F2.8SAL20F28 20mm F2.8 Wide-Angle Prime Lens Please advise. Thank you
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By: Tholzel (1 day ago)
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DPreview says of the Sony RX100-3: "When you combine its fast lens and larger-than-average sensor size, the RX100 III promises stronger low light performance and shallower depth-of-field at the telephoto end than most other enthusiast compacts." My question: is there ANY visible difference in depth of field between images shot at f1.8 and f2.0 ?
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Hello everyone, I was just hoping that you might be able to help me with a quandary that I have about buying a new camera. I've had a Nikon D50 for years, and although I enjoy the results I get from shooting with it, the size means that I rarely take it out. In fact most of my shooting now takes place on my Nexus 5 phone, which gives me decent shots for casual images.  What I'm wondering now is whether I should invest in a new DSLR, a CSC or a premium compact. The DSLR route feels a little...
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I have a Sony HX20V to compliment my DSLR and to use mainly as a video camera. Don't tend to use it as a stills cus I am generally less than satisfied with the results (stills that is..video is great). Thinking of an RX-100 to replace/compliment it as a pocketable stills/video camera.  While shooting video on the HX20v I can take still photos by simply pressing the shutter button. A useful but also somewhat  useless feature as it shoots the still at 16:9 (not a major problem) but also it...
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By: DeeJaay (2 weeks ago)
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I have a $500 budget. I was looking at the mirrorless Nex-5T, then I saw the RX100. I am mainly going to use the camera for family trips to Beaches, Disneyland, etc... I have had a DSLR before and wasn't a fan of having to find a place to put it while I got on a ride.  I figure if I wear cargo shorts both of these cameras can fit in my pocket. I don't plan on buying new lenses. I was also looking at the G16 but I didnt like that you cant do remote shooting over wifi.
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I just "upgraded" from RX100 to RX100 M3.  It has been possible to take video and photos simultaneously with RX100 but I don't succeed with the M3? Is it a matter of settings? Or did Sony cancel this feature? I found it very useful. Thanks for your interest, Klaus --http://www.selfiestar.tv
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I'm using a newish iMac running Mountain Lion.  I own a sony RX100 mk3. I recently shot some xvac-x movies to test the format. I can watch the movies on the camera but they are not recognized by the iMac when when I plug in the card. Lightroom doesn't see them either. JPEG and RAW files are recognized. Does anyone know why this happening And how to fix it?
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Ihave a lovely Gariz half case I used for my MK11..will this fit the MK111..Thanks --Davehttp://www.pbase.com/dsg2/daves_pictureshttp://www.pbase.com/image/22632338/original.small jpg
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