Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10
Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 200 mm (8.3×)
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I'm looking at picking up something like a Sony RX10 III, but I'm worried that it will be outdated as my photography improves and newer and better lenses are released. I know this is highly subjective, but I like how I can get the range on the RX10 for $1,500. If I wanted something like that on another mirror, I would end up spending a lot more. Basically I guess it comes down to using the RX10 would be great to determine where my ideal shooting range, but I would be sacrificing image quality...
I recently purchased a Sony Rx10iii. My first few days, I just shot in jpeg format. To try out shooting fireworks last night, I changed to raw format. When I tried to import items to LR6 (not the CC) I got a message: Some import items were not performed. The Files cannot be opened by LR. Then it gave me two choices: Save As or Okay. In other words, LR would not import these images, which are very important to me in making the decision of whether to keep or return this camera. Help on...
My rx10ii will capture stills during video the stills are remarkably clear and the video is not affected. I have not been able to find the Dual button on the a6300 I only found it for dual video. Is it not possible to shoot stills during video? Come on Sony do a firmware for it if not there. m
By: RichardK46 (3 months ago)
After upgrading the firmware on my RX10 M2 from V1.20 to V1.30, the lens moves in and out briefly after the power is shut off, then fully extends. Otherwise the camera functions normally. Has anyone else experienced this problem? I tried reverting back to V1.20, but the installation software won't allow you to install an older firmware.
Following various discussions re RX10 (1) and resolution, I have been non scientifically, testing my own RX 10. Taking general shots (RAW) within a 20/120 metre range and at a maximum of 120mm zoom length, at f3.5 - 7.6 or thereabouts, everything is very sharp. Usually the shutter speed was around 1/400th sec or higher (bright day). However, taking shots of a harbour across the bay from where I live (around 1.5 miles away) @ 120/200 mm zoom and up to 1/500th shutter speed I found that...
Sorry the earlier post misfired I was wondering why one should buy RX10 III and not A6300 OR vice versa? Considering that both are almost similar budget range. Both the cameras are newly announced and spec wise extremely capable. How the buying decision would possibly go?
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