Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX10
Announced Oct 16, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 24 – 200 mm (8.3×)
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Hi all I was taking pictures this morning when, as I was shifting speed, suddenly my RX10 stopped responding. No image, no zooming. The conditions were excellent: sunny but not hot, no moisture, no dust, a very fine day. I shut off and restarted several times. The data was displayed on the screen but no image. The battery load was 81%. The lens would not retract when Off. I remains on 24mm position. I removed the battery and put it back. I changed the SD card. I shut it off and came back...
I have been doing a lot of reading on this site and the forums, but this is my first post. I am considering buying a new camera for travel to get a zoom with a longer reach than my current equipment. The catalyst is an upcoming trip to the Canadian Rockies. What I would like to get are opinions on what type of camera would be a good choice for my needs. I currently have the following cameras: - Nikon D90 with the 16-85mm F3.5-5.6 lens - Canon G15 - Nikon AW130 The D90 is especially good for...
RX10 M3 -- Question about frames per second for Continuous shooting mode Dear Experts -- is there a way to change the number of frames per second that the RX10 M3 will shoot at when in Continuous mode? The (high) speed at which it shoots is fantastic . . . for certain use cases! With prior less capable cameras, I had become used to using continuous mode to fire off three or four pictures of people or a group, so that I could then go back and pick the best (smiles, expressions, etc.!) The...
I have a Sony RX10 mk2 which I've barely used a I've struggled to find a use for, I bought it because I've had a lot of use of the RX100 and particularly like the slow motion on it. However while it offers a good bit more range than the RX100 with the larger size I generally prefer taking the NEX-6 with the 18-200mm or the D750 with the 28-300mm. The mk3's 600mm reach looks like it would make quite a difference and after digging out the 150-600mm for the D750 to take some quick shots I've...
I will be traveling in tropical jungles in SE Asia with my RX10 M3 and RX100 M3. It's pretty easy to protect the 100, but I can't decide if I need some specific cover to protect the 10. I use a Black Rapid type strap and will not be using a tripod. Any experience and/or with the RX10 M3 in those conditions? Thanks. --Johnwww.pbase.com/h4xintl
I have a konica Minolta 17-35 2.8-4 that I im not satisfied with... That lens is not sharp at 35mm and f4 it has soft corners both at 35mm and at 17mm (at least here in the middle its very sharp and usable at f4.5) and it looses too much light (at 35mm the difference between f4 and f4.5 its almost zero and only f5 really ends the vignetting).Things start to sharpen until at f7.1 becomes acceptable in the corners and center and only at f11 is sharp all over. It has noticeable distortion too...
I cannot find a simple (or complicated) wired remote that you can setup for say, 90 secs and it will open the shutter and close it again at 90 secs. I have tried two or three 'ebay and Amazon offerings' but they do not appear to have this facility (or I cannot work it out from the enclosed instructions!) Anyone found a device that will do this - or perhaps an un-wired one?
Hello, I've shot all sorts of photos from many types of aircraft. However, in looking at the video below, I see a number of potential challenges using auto-focus. Rain on the windows as well as focusing on the wing strut are two major items. I have a RX10 III as well as a very capable Panasonic LX100. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnlnmGjN1BM#action=share So, my question is directed at others who have flown in Otters. Would it be preferable to turn auto-focusing off, stop down the...
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