Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10
Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 200 mm (8.3×)
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I already actually own one, so this is more out of curiosity than anything, but does anyone know if there's going to be a RX10 review published here? Plenty of good reviews outside this site, but I'd like to hear DPReview's take, as well as have their studio comparisons on the camera :)
Will there be anything new upgrades to the RX100? The RX10 is too large and expensive (for me) and the RX100 II is too small, lacking in external controls, grip and the lens is lacking, especially at the long range, f4.9 (for me). An RX50 with a much better lens, similar to the Canon G1X MkII or Nikon P8000 with a 24-120mm f2.0-3.0/3.9 would be great, if Sony could pull it off. Is there any information or rumors of any upgraded RX100 coming out in the next 2-4 months? PS, I did say above “for...
Does anyone use their DSC RX10 in studios? I am very curious. I have been considering this camera since it was announced. I had the Nex 7 then and was blown away by the image quality. I have since upgraded to the E-M1, which I like....but I keep comparing it to the sony Nex 7 and the RX10. I would love to know those that have it how do they like it and also if they use it in studios. Thanks!! ~Angie --http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3175/2417522046_2a786da6df_m.jpg*Cherish every minute and be...
Looking to upgrade from RX100, had my eyes on an RX10 but the new Canon semi-compact camera might bring me back to Canon as an RX10 is big, heavy, and expensive. Concerned that the lack of the ability to control DR in steps in a single (vs. multiple) exposure mode like Fuji and Sony cameras do- I am hooked on this feature but see no reference to this ability in current and future Canon cameras- Can someone enlighten me? Love the idea of an EVF that you can shoot looking down into it.
Hello. I am seriously thinking of getting this little beast in order to have a do-it-all camera. Current reviews praise it, zoom reach is fine for me and the Zeiss lens seems to be of high level. I mainly shoot landscapes and usually don't go wider than 22mm (FF), so 24mm are enough. I mostly shoot at low ISO levels (lower than 400ISO). So, given the potential that this camera has, could it be the replacement for my Canon 700D? I need it to have similar or lower noise levels at ISO 100-400...
SO, I have to purchase a camera for a colleague, and originally I was going to get our standard dslr package (18-50 2.8, 70-200 2.8, 50mm 1.8). But in talking with them, they don't want to carry around something too heavy, and they only want one lens on the camera, not wanting to carry around a large bag and heavy lenses. They also want to have some bit of a reach, need a bit of a wide angle, and need to be able to handle some low light situations. Sigh - I am a guy you normally carries four...