jmknights

jmknights

Lives in United States Bennington USA, VT, United States
Works as a Drag Racing Photography
Joined on Dec 26, 2003
About me:

Sony ,R1, Nex5,A100,2-A700's & A900,A77,RX100 A99,7R,77II

Sony 50 1.4,Minolta 100 2.8,70-200G,24-70Z,200-500 Tammy,70-400G

Minolta 28-85,Zeiss 16-80,
Sigma 70-300 red ring, Tamron 200-500 F5-6.3 ,
Sony 70-200G,(2)Zeiss 24-70 2.8(2),Sony 70-400G2

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On article Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III Review (865 comments in total)
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Roquet: I'm looking for pocketable travel camera. GREAT review here of the RX100 III, but is there a better option for someone like me who never shoots RAW and doesn't care too much about video? I worry RX100-III is too complicated for someone who typically sticks with Scene or Program modes? For me a "Travel Camera" has to fit comfortably in a shirt pocket, or khaki shorts pocket (but probably not jeans pants pocket). EVA and flash are also required... and I really like the idea of flipping the screen 180 for selfies! (remember it's a travel camera).
The stated RX100-III dimensions of 102 x 58 x 41 mm (4.02 x 2.28 x 1.61″) seem about maximum for my needs, compared to the wife's Canon PS SX130-IS that definitely feels too big (113 x 73 x 46 mm (4.45 x 2.87 x 1.81″).
Can anyone recommend something even a little smaller, with EVF & flash of course.. oh and that 180 degree screen too.

Try shooting RAW, you might find it has more benefits than hassles. I said that once but now only shoot RAW or RAW/JPEG Just get some good post processing software.

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