Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10

Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 24 – 200 mm (8.3×)
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May I please have some assistance in interpreting the information in this link; Sensorgen info for the Sony RX10  Does the "Read Noise" graph suggest that the RX10 is ISO-Invariant (in that the read noise is not changing, significantly, for different ISO settings) ? 1) Assuming so, am I best advised to shoot ETTR at Base-ISO (which is 100 for the RX10) - or at some other ISO setting, perhaps as suggested by the "Read Noise" graph ?? 2) If, for some practical reason (depth-of-field,...
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May I please have some assistance in interpreting the information in this link; Sensorgen info for the Sony RX10 Does the "Read Noise" graph suggest that the RX10 is ISO-Invariant (in that the read noise is not changing, significantly, for different ISO settings) ? 1) Assuming so, am I best advised to shoot ETTR at Base-ISO (which is 100 for the RX10) - or at some other ISO setting, perhaps as suggested by the "Read Noise" graph ?? 2) If, for some practical reason (depth-of-field,...
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First questions by a new member. I have a Sony RX10 III and I'm interested in using it to experiment with stop-motion videos. I would like to use software that has onion-skin capability. I have Adobe Premiere Elements 14 and was looking in: File \ Add media from \ Webcam -WDM Is there some way to set the RX10 as the input device via WDM instead of the onboard webcam in my computer?  There is only an HDMI "out" port on my machine, so I cannot use the camera's HDMI interface. Or is there other...
By: maryleek (3 weeks ago)
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I am considering a purchase of a used RX10 but I don't know how to compare the length of the lens to my older Sony that uses the term 12x optical to describe the max length of the lens. I found an old review of my current camera and it says: 12x zoom lens (equivalent to a 36-432mm lens on a 35mm camera) but I don't know how to translate that to compare with the RX10. Thank you for your time. Mary
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I found this thread in the cybershot forum and found it interesting. https://www.dpreview.com/forums/thread/3756456 Basically the conclusion was that the rx10 is better. But the test was conducted on a nexc3. Does anyone have an insight on if the newer a6000 series cameras would make any difference? thanks
By: Bici (1 month ago)
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Hi All,I was checking the image comparison tool before buying Sony RX10 (the original one), and found that the RAW image is blurred.Almost the same softness is visible in case on RX10...
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I just picked up the RX100.  I've had an RX10 in the past and also currently have an RX10 II. I can't figure this one out?  Odd.   I need to be able to tell what focal length I'm shooting at.  On the RX10/RX10 II, I set it to step zoom and live at 35mm quite often and would love that for the RX100...all I get is meaningless 1.6x zoom stuff.  What's that help to know?  Nothing. So how can I tell if I'm at 35 or 50mm? I know you can't set a min shutter speed in auto ISO when I aperture...
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Hi All, I have a Sony DSC RX10. My issue concerns an image, already taken, using Soft Focus.I have taken an image using Soft Focus. I did not mean to use Soft Focus, and I would like to know if there is a way I can remove the Soft Focus affect from the image. I suppose the crucial question at the heart of my issue, is whether Soft Focus is a piece of software applied to the image (which I think it is, as the camera would show me the unadulterated image first before editing it) or a technique...
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Hi all, More and more I am using video sequences at family reunions. Lately I shot in XAVCS a video sequence at 120p 50M. On my computer (27" iMac - late 2009) I used VLC to view the sequence at normal speed but it kept choking. It's as if the video card on my iMac (ATI Radeon HD 4850 512 Mo) was too slow to process properly the video sequence transferred from my computer desktop. Or could it also be caused by the processor on the main board being too slow (2.66 GHz Intel Core i5)? When the...
By: aggiecutter2 (2 months ago)
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I know this is a subjective question. For those that have the RX10 mark3, what is the highest ISO you consider to be acceptable as far as noise and retaining detail is concerned. Thanks
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