Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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By: Cono (17 hours ago)
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I recently purchased a rx100 m4 and am still learning it. I know you can take pictures while taking video.....my question is, can you take/pull a still from a video? From a video that has already been taken.
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Hi everyone,a friend of mine wants a cheap small camera in addition to a bigger one for having it all time with her. I use for that purpose an old Panasonic LX3, which i like very much. Thanks to the many physical switches I can operate it without looking at it, e.g. while drinving my car. This might be a little drawback with the RX series - but will the bigger sensor really give superior pictures?Has anyone made a comparison between  a Panasonic LX3, 5 or 7 with a Sony RX100 Mark 1? (A later...
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Hi there, I'm looking for opinions on what camera would be best for an amateur looking for better image quality and portability. I don't want a DSLR as I've had one before and hated having to switch lenses, but I'd like to start learning more about different specs and functions and would like a camera that would allow me to play around and learn a bit more. That being said, I also want something that will take great photos from the get-go using standard settings. From what I've read, it seems...
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I was seriously considering the IV for rock concert/low light photography, but the V is supposed to have faster AF. Is the V's AF faster than the IV's AF even in low light situations? Is there really a difference? Musicians at concerts I attend tend to move around very quickly, and I need the AF to be as fast as possible. Also, I was originally planning to get the III, but it has the older Exmor R sensor. The IV and V have the newer Exmor RS sensor. Is there really a difference in results in...
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I am going to Iceland soon and bringing my a6000. I'm hoping for some good northern lights shots, as well as star shots and some sweeping day & night landscapes. I have the Rokinon 8mm f2.8 fisheye (I do like fisheye photography, and have also considered the HEMI plug-in to straighten some shots out), but I also see there's a Rokinon 12mm f2 UWA that reviewers say great for night sky shots. Anyone here have helpful insights on either?  Just as an aside: I am also planning to bring my Sony...
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Hi all. I´ve just bought a RX100 M5, and had to clean the lens. I´ve found out that the front element seems plastic and the reflected light makes it seem a little wavy when seen slanted (from a low angle, reflecting light). The pictures taken are ok. Can anyone confirm that this is the way the lens is? There are no stores here where I could look at another sample of the camera. Thanks for any help  Best RegardsEduardo
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Hi, I am an amateur photographer looking to make a significant upgrade from my smartphone camera! The last camera I bought was the Lumix DMC-TZ5 about nine years ago. I rarely use this now as my smartphone performs just as well. But as its been such a long time since my last purchase, getting this one right is essential. I've spent weeks searching and don't seem to be getting close to making a decision. In all honestly I think i'm expecting too much from my budget (max of around...
By: Lars Luciano (3 weeks ago)
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Hi, here is my photographic history I have owned several point and shoot cameras and bridge camera and out of all of them I was most happy with my Olympus sp350 (I still have it but it eats batteries like crazy and it's so slow with picture processing inside the camera and you have to wait a long time to take the next photo), I also liked my Fuji s9600 bridge zoom camera (it's dead for some time now). I have also had sony rx100 mk1 and sony rx10 mk1 (this are great cameras but the menus just...
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Anyone here with a Sony RX100IV or RX100V and also with any of the recent Fuji camera bodies with X-Trans III sensor? So, say, X-T20 or X-T2? I'm looking for some feedback on ***video quality*** comparison between them in indoor light conditions, things like continuous AF tracking, jumps in auto-exposure, noise reduction to sharpness.  I'm not looking to compare camera features per price or anything like that, only the video quality. I realize that Sony RX100V is crazy good at continuous AF,...
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I currently have a sony alpha 6000 and use it for applications when a small lens diameter is needed, for example shooting through a chain link fence.  In some applications, I have found that the kit lens for the camera has slightly too large of a lens diameter, and am looking to purchase another camera that has good IQ, but a smaller lens diameter.  (For those that don't know, the lens diameter for the alpha 6000's kit lens is 40.5mm).  The RX100 series looks like a natural fit, but the lens...
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