Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1
Announced Sep 12, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | 35 mm
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Hi all! I was hesitant to post here because I was afraid it would come off as a little entitled, but my friend just upgraded his camera rig, and very generously gifted me his old Sony RX1. I have some experience shooting and editing videos, but little familiarity with photography and photo editing. I've been reading up on the camera (and photography in general), and was wondering if it was too advanced (or even limited?) for someone like me, who is just getting started. Thank you in advanced!
Hey guys, Looking to purchase the x100f, was wondering about the sensor's high iso performances. Does anyone already got theirs mind sharing couple images they took at various ISOs? Preferably at common ISO's 100, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400, 12800. Previously tried a RX1 owned by my friend, we were able to push it all the way up to 4000's and still get very usable images. Was wondering if 4 years of sensor development has been able to bring smaller sensors up to par with FF sensors 4 years back....
I am using DK-X1 DC adapter with Sony RX100 and there is small opening in battery door for the cable of the adapter.So, this adapter can be used instead of the battery with the battery door closed.Now I want to buy Sony RX1 which use the same type of battery. (NP-BX1) so I could use the same adapter.The information with adapter is that it is compatible with the Sony Cyber-shot RX1.Problem is that I do not see any opening on the battery door of the RX1 for the cable of the DC adapter. Somebody...
By: DavidB2 (6 months ago)
hi everyone, i bought the original x100 year years ago upon its release but felt that the autofocus was pretty horrible. i enjoyed the image quality very much but the autofocus was terrible, and i found trying to manual focus with it just as bad. i said i would never buy a fuji again but with my Df on its way out after years of hard work i thought i might give fuji another go as my everyday carry camera (bit of street, family, dogs, general use) so my real question is how much better is the...
By: Kyriacos L (8 months ago)
I have the two older alpha full frames with lots of glass , and the nex 7 with some lenses that I carry as backup when working and as my vacation camera . I'm flirting with the idea of a rx1 in my pocket due to it's size. Can't imagine having the a99 with 35mm lens on me all day long. First question. So , with the nex 7 I mostly use the zeiss 24mm (LOVE this little guy), this combo makes it analogues to the RX1 r2 with the 35mm lens it has; someone that used the zeiss 24mm , how does it...
Hi, I recently bought a 2nd hand/unused RX1. Its a beautiful camera and I love it to bits. Today it developed an issue where, if i replace an exhausted battery for a fully charged battery, it asks for the camera to enter the "Area/Date/Time to be entered when i turn it back on. It looks as if the internal battery that stores this information is exhausted. I have searched the internet for anyone who has had this same issue but cannot find anything. The only thing I found was that, someone...
Reading this title may look ridiculous to some of you - I get that. Let me lay out some factors: My common shooting environments/style: Low-light events, well-lit events such as theatre, small proportion of outdoor work Very little off-camera flash (mostly because of my effort threshold / lack of skill), although I'd like to change that (sitting on two cheap Neewer TTL flashes for Nikon and the Fuji EF-X20) Preference for mid-tele end (105/135), wide shots are...less interesting Prime...
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