Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100
Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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hey there, please don't bite my head off, I know this is a rather ignorant novice question. I fully understand the complexity of the actual technicalities, however, I'm more interested in biased opinions right now. :-) I'm going to tenerife in january and want to try and take some pictures of the night sky while I'm up on mount teide. the last time I went there, I really loved the awesome view, but my rx100m2 proved inadequate in capturing it digitally (might have been a user problem). this...
Hello hello, I'm looking to purchase something pretty easy to use for travel preferably in a compact camera. My 5Diii will always come travelling with me, but it isn't the most user-friendly when it comes to videoing your travels to make short videos recapping experiences. I think I've narrowed it down to these 4 options, but wanted opinions on which would be the best option:Canon G7xSony RX100iii or ivSamsung NX500Panasonic LX100Looking at putting together things like Ben Brown's Visual...
Hi folks. I have just noticed screen flickering on my RX-100 when the autofocus is depressed. There are no issues regarding the captured image however, and the flickering stops once autofocus has locked.. but with only having a live view for my image composing, I'm finding this quite distracting. Is this normal for the RX range? Cheers
I took an LX100 out today and really enjoyed using it. However, I would really like something pocketable for walking around when traveling. Looking around on the web, it looks like the RX100 and LX100 are very close in image quality. However, all the reviews say the RX100 is not the easiest camera to use. Since most of my photos will be in aperture or automatic mode, would I be satisfied with the RX100? I prefer to shoot jpg and do minimal post processing. I have no need for a hot shoe....
I've heard many people say RX100 (III or IV) perform better than A6000/A5100 with the kit lens (1650), for low light conditions, because the lens is brigher (F1.8 vs. F3.5-5.6). That got me wonder, why exactly is that?? I understand, unlike DOF, for exposure, F1.8 is F1.8 regardless of the sensor size. So F1.8 on 1" sensor can let you use a faster shutter speed or a lower ISO, just the same way F1.8 on larger sensors can. So far so good. I understand. BUT, ISO performance goes up as the...
Not exactly a world shaking issue for most people. However, I have one of the Stellar cameras based on RX100 I and the firmware version is up to 1.1....while my Stellar is V1.0. I'd like to upgrade but I don't know if there is a specific version for the Stellar or is just plain vanilla and get upgrade from Sony? Hap
Hey, long time lurker here, I just upgraded to an A7ii after several years using m4/3 gear. I spent some time today trying to get familiar with the camera and the FF sensor, and so far the image quality has been great but the menu is making me crazy. Most of the time when I enter the menu, no matter what I do next to try to navigate will make me exit the menu. It's as if I clicked the menu button again, but I was really clicking right or left on the wheel. Sometimes the same thing happens...