Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100
Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3″ screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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I am a visual artist who sometimes uses photography as a tool, so not a pro or anything. But I do want a decent image quality. I have been using Canon 700D (T5i) but thinking to change to something smaller. I also noticed I don't even use much then automatic setting. I am considering Sony Rx100 (mk1 for similar price range). Do you think it's good enough or even better choice? Or Canon mirrorless series? Thanks in advance.
Hi everyone, having some problems with photos on my sony rx 100, mark 1. Photos are ok if I watch them on camera by if I copy them to pc some of them are missing parts (for example half of the picture is green, blue ...). Same thing if I connect camera to pc and open them that way. Any ideas about the problem. Thanks!
By: MaxPowers37 (1 month ago)
Posted to: Sony Alpha / Nex E-mount (APS-C) Talk
I have both the A6000 and the RX100 iii and since I connected my RX100 the A6000 keeps telling me I have the wrong password and won't connect. I triple checked the password on the A6000 screen and had a few people try to ensure I wasn't typing it wrong and it just doesn't work. I installed the Playmemories app on a friend's phone and it's able to connect to both cameras. What's going on with my connection?
Hello Sony users; Nikon 1 user here, tempted by a RX100. Just a couple of questions about the RX100 m4 or m5 EVF. 1/ when you release the EVF, does it switches the camera on automatically (or is it possible to set the camera to do so)? In the latter case, if you put the EVF back down, does it switches the camera off? 2/ Is it possible to turn the camera off while leaving the EVF out? I suppose it is. Thanks. Any suggestion or advice about the RX100 are welcome. --Andréhttp://a.barelier.free.fr/
Are there any appreciable differences between the RX100 II and the RX100V? With each new release of my favorite point and shoot, I feel I should be upgrading but I continue to get great photos with the RX100 II. While it's not a huge difference, I also like the added telephoto range that I get with my older camera - it's useful when traveling. Would it make more sense to wait and see what an RX100 VI would bring?
Hi, I understand that RX100 Mark 2 can use Sony's multi-interface shoe flash guns. I have three questions regarding this: 1. Does Mk2 support older units (I have an HVL-F58AM) with ADP-MAA hot shoe adapter? 2. Using a compatible flash gun, can you use wireless flash with off-camera flash units? 3. Can you use the built-in flash in wireless control mode?3a, This applies to other versions as well, not just Mk2. I'm on the fence about getting one and while low light performance is important, I'd...
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