Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX1
Announced Sep 12, 2012 •
24 megapixels | 3″ screen | 35 mm
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Help me figure out what camera to buy. I think I’m technically a bit better than an absolute beginner, but still a beginner. I’ve gotten many good shots, but it has been because the circumstances have been good, like the light was great and I framed something okay and out of several tries I got a good shot; not so much because I have mastered the settings on the camera and it was super deliberate. Does that make sense? I have a general understanding of speed/aperture concepts and the very...
Hey Folks, I am shopping for an OVF for my RX1R and need some opinions from those of you with experience with this type of finder on your RX1. What OVFs in addition to the costly Sony unit will work? I am considering the Voigtlander 35mm, but am concerned that it sits too low in the hotshoe and the view will be partially obstructed by the lens (which extends almost to the top of the camera deck). Likewise, Voigtlander's now discontinued Mini 28/35 sits even lower, but it is really small and...
Hi guys, I use the two following products from China for my ghetto light box set up: http://www.aliexpress.com/item/DEEP-new-generation-of-LED-light-box-softbox-80CM-professional-photography-studio-equipment-photo-shoot-props/32250977867.html http://www.amazon.com/YONGNUO-camcorders-3200-5500K-adjustable-temperature/dp/B00COGKPLM While they claimed that their color temperature is 5500k, when I process the RAW files from my camera (Sony A7M2 and RX1), the auto value is 4600/4150 respectively...
I am growing tired of lugging around an SLR. Over the years, I have noticed that I mostly (90%) shoot with my 50mm 1.8 lens on my 5D M-II. I would like to find a light fast point-and-shoot for travel. My must haves are: - no shutter lag ( I hate shutter lag.. most lower end cameras suffer from horrible lag) -large aperture lens ( I don't care for zoom) -reasonable low-light ( I don't care for millions and millions of pixels) - quick autofocus (most SLR's are really good at this, are there...
By: beespeckled (6 months ago)
Posted to: Sony Alpha SLR/SLT A-mount Talk
I don't use the Tammy as much anymore due to the fact that I feel like I can crop the Sony 18-135 and get better results for objects at a reasonable distance. My quandary is that vacation plans the end of April will have opportunities for wildlife. I can't justify the cost of the g lenses or Tamron 150-600. (I'd rather use the money on more vacation adventures :) ) I was considering the Panasonic Lumix DMC LZ1000 as an all in one travel solution, but my thinking is that as good as it seems to...
There are quite a few showing up on ebay and Amazon lately, stating : "works fine EXCEPT manual focus is broken" __________________________________________________________________ Does anyone know if all three incarnations of the model share the same focusing mechanism ?
Hi guys i seem to be having a huge issue with getting all the faces in focus on my Sony rx1. Sometimes a green square will appear over a subject but not collectively with all the subjects.. I use Auto when indoors low light. Most of if not all the time only one face will be sharp. What settings should I have the camera set at to have all people in the photo sharp?Hope its not a fault with Auto setting for this camera. Thanks.
By: digitalphotographer (6 months ago)
Hello I've been considering a used RX1/R as a landscape/hiking camera, due to the small size and high quality images. Would the panoramic function be an acceptable alternative to a wide angle lens?. I don't do much post processing at present, but I presume panoramic jpegs would be very acceptable in terms of IQ?. Some examples would be appreciated. Thanks, John
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