Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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Hi, I'm a beginner, and after an experience with RX100, I've changed for an a6000 with standard 16-50 f.3.5-5.6 oss lens. I'm not satisfied with this lens because, when shooting in low light, camera immediately use 3200 iso and it seems to me that quality suffer very much, too much. I usually shot landscapes, flowers, not much people, rather often interiors. Usually not "sport" situations, exept running children.. nor particolar need for zoom. So I'm searching for something brighter, even...
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The Sony DSC-RX100 IV was once tested and reviewed as the best or at least one of the best enthusiast compact cameras - it got 85% and a gold award from dpreview. Now, that the Sony DSC-RX100 V was launched this camera is introduced to us as an improved version of version IV. In fact, the AF is better and a few other specs as well. However, the Sony DSC-RX100 V gets only 83% and a silver award from dpreview. This I don't understand. If the RX100 V is an improved version over the RX100 IV, one...
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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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Just a random question, we all know that a "Do it all" isn't available, they get closer and closer but still long reach ánd good low light performance in a reasonable body size and weight isn't on the shelf's. I never did bringing more camera's for fun/family photograpy other then the one the kids use for there "playfull" images. so i hope some of you did or do for a wile and can give some experience comment's we have: Sony rx10iii- main complain expensive. fz1000 and fz2500: reach far...
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I was looking into getting an all-in-one bridge cam with 1" sensor next to my A77II for vacations etc. But I stil have my A55 lying around, which I was thinking of selling. I also still have a Tamron 18-270mm f3.5-6.3 PZD, which I do not use much anymore on the A77II; I prefer the SAL1680Z as a walkaround lens. Would the A55 + Tamron be a good alternative to e.g. A RX100 series cam, the Panasonic FX1000 or Panasonic FX2500? I checked the weight and size and it is similar: A55 + Tamron : 950...
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i turned HDR on on my rx100 mk v and i have notice now two pictures are saved, the original one, and the merged HDR one. Is there a setting to only save the HDR version?
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I just bought the camera and I am testing it and beginning the learning curve. I'm surprised that, except in Manual mode, I don't see the effect of, let's say changing the shutter speed in S mode. If there is not enough light for the speed I chose, the F number twinkles but the image on the screen or viewfinder doesn't change unless I change exposure compensation. I have other cameras (sony rx100, panasonic fz200) that react differently. Is this normal, or have I missed something in the...
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Anyone got this yet - Sony MPK-URX100A ? Anyone got any idea as to the net buoyancy with camera ? thanks
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I just bought this camera for a trekking trip, to replace for this use a Sony RX100 III which had fallen into a river (...), and I am very badly disappointed, especially by comparison to the RX100. The lens softness issue has already been mentioned and I wonder whether the problem I have is related to this, or is a more serious defect from my copy of the camera. The problem appears only at maximum aperture (2.8) and on the right-hand border of the field of view as can be seen on this picture...
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I have one decent camera; a Canon 600D DSLR. I'm looking for a compact to take on walks and abroad and have narrowed it down to an RX100 M3 (most likely, M4 if affordable) or the new Panasonic LX10/LX15. I have downloaded and processed RAW images for both cameras and would be happy with either from an image quality point of view. However, Panasonic has no EVF. I feel pushed to the Panasonic because every review of the Sony that I read makes me think I will get lost in menu systems and end up...
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