Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10
Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 200 mm (8.3×)
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We will be going to Disney World in a couple of weeks and would like some input on which camera I should take? I am considering renting the FE 24-240 for my A7 or trying the RX10 III. The extra reach of the RX10 would come in handy but am I giving up a lot on image quality? --dhemi58
I have recently purchased a Sony DSC RX10 mk IV camera. I understand that Phase-One has not (yet) released a new version of Capture One to process RAW files (*.ARW) from the mk IV camera. Can anyone advise when we can expect the new release for this camera and how to process RAW files pending availability of the new software ?
trying to decide between getting the RX10 1/2 along with an fz1000 or just the RX10 mk3. The problem is , I like the idea of the f2,8 24-200 lens for lowlight music video and the fz1000 for general use / wildlife . Then there`s RX10 mk3 which I know nothing about apart from the 24-600. The mk4 is out of my reach . I`ve had enough of the big bag of glass and wanting to return to the simple life of the bridge camera. Cheers Paul UK --https://www.flickr.com/photos/p-labe/albums
I like shooting wildlife and especially birds. My Lumix FZ200 is light and easy to carry on long hikes but I'm looking for better autofocus and image quality. I'm really interested in Sony's RX10 m3 which can be had for less than a grand used. Or should I wait and get the m4 for $800 more. Will the phase shift autofocus be that much superior for nailing warblers in trees that I should spend the extra dough? I have no practical experience to help me decide.
For years I have just had DSLR's from APS-C to FF versions. I love taking photos but also am a bit of a techie, so new technology excites me as much as producing great photos. About 3 years ago I made the switch from my Canon 5D Mk III to a Micro four thirds mirrorless system by Panasonic Lumix. (GX85 with 12-32 compact lens) The main reason - portability! I travel so much (3-4 trips per month) that the Canon system with a few lenses was really becoming a bit of a pain lugging around and I...
By: Saint 112 (2 months ago)
Hi all I am toying with the idea of using my RX10 (first) on my tripod or my monopod with a ring mount like this one: EXMAX Hot Quick Release Tripod Mount Collar Ring For Canon EF 70-300mm or maybe preferably like this one: DSLRKIT Metal Tripod Mount Ring with Quick Release Plate for NIKON AF-S 80-200mm which has a diameter only ~3mm too big (easy to fix) and has an attached quick release plate. It would solve two issues: Since the socket is so way back on the bottom of the body the cam...
I have been shooting stock images for some time but am now trying to break into video. I need to convert all clips to the specs below. I was using StreamClip which works for my Nikon files and a few others, but the Sony RX 10 Video : XAVC S, AVCHD format Ver. 2.0 compatible, MP4 is not recognized by it. I have Movavi converter which does recognize them, but having trouble figuring out the available settings to come up within the parameters below: as .mov files. I also have lightroom 5 but...
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