Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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Looking for a waist bag for my Sony RX100 III.  Soft case, tiny, and with a belt loop.  Any suggestions?  Thx
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I have an RX100 Mark 1 and it is rapidly dying and so I'm in the market for a new camera. I am a relative novice when it comes to cameras, and the RX100 was great for me. It was small, light, pretty fast to start up and it took good photos/videos. As I look for a new camera, I am considering just getting the RX100 Mark4 or maybe an a6000. I also was toying with the idea of getting a DSLR , though I'm really an auto-mode kind of guy. However, there is one thing which always drove me crazy...
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I have had various point and shoot and have some reasonable images and about 6 years ago bought a 20d and 3 lenses to learn / take better shots. I found I liked the quality of shot, but began to hate the bulk. I then bought a Canon S95 which I love. One of the biggest features is the live view, which I find very helpful. Now, the 20d hasn't been out of the bag now for 3 years, so it's time to move it on. It's all just too big and clunky. The S95 was handy on a recent trip, but I feel I am...
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Hello guys!I will be driving next Wednesday from Utah to Vegas. Will be there 3 days , one of them to see the Criss Angel show and was wondering what gear you recommend I take with me.This will be a small vacation so no professional shoots going on during the trip.My options are , A7Rii, A6300, RX100 and Canon G7X. I know I am taking the Canon for quick Selfies and things like that...and in case I do not feel safe carrying any more expensive gear :D Of course, I never feel happy if I leave my...
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I have seem a few had comment here compact video cameras like the Sony RX100 series, or the Panasonic equivalences are better video cameras than the higher end DSLR's. But DSLR's when mounted with the vertical grip and a solid lens looks a lot more formidable. What if your client questions you why you use such toy-like camera for his/her event? What do you say to assure them that that toy-like camera is actually a professional tool?
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Hello! So I am mainly upgrading to the G7X looking for the flip screen for silly selfies with my wife when we are out shooting with our main cameras, and for what seems to be a bit better ISO performance and more controls on the body.Is there anything at all that you think is not an upgrade from RX100 V1 ? I mean, seeing that it gets compared to RX100 III I supposed it is surely better than the first two versions of the Sony. The reason I am not considering RX100 III is the short lens. I...
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Hi, I have been asked for advice by a friend who wanted to buy a new camera to photograph his newborn. Actually i had advised him to buy one before the birth, but only after transferring the photos from his Oneplus 3 to the PC he realised i was dam right! I would say 90% of the pics for upcoming 6/10 months will be indoors, of a non-moving baby (so autofocus quickness will not be very important for now). He is new to photography apart from some use of his smartphone photo app / snapseed. I...
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The Carry Speed MagFilter is generally used with the Sony RX100 or similar cameras that don't have a filter thread. But I wonder whether the version for 52mm filters would make sense for the 6.7-13mm Nikon1 lens. As much as I like to work with ND filters, it is a plague to screw it on and off all the time. Has anybody tried the MagFilter out? As far as I can see, the magnetic ring is "glued" to the lens with an adhesive ring (3M type), two of those are included in the package. The filter - in...
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we know how top quality Carl Zeiss len is,for DSLR? but will it apply the same for len on RX100 series?? some people said RX100 len is just simply a lower version of Carl Zeiss DSLR len in small size and how optical quality of RX100 len if we compare to typical kit len of DSLR Nikon,Canon, or even Sony,pentax...?
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Greetings all. I would appreciate your thoughts on a perennial question. Leaving soon on a three week trip in Europe. Last time I took my A6000, 10-18f4 because I love wide angle, and the 18-105f4. Additionally, I took my rx100 v1 and a Ricoh Theta, which I did not use much. I was very pleased with the results of the a6000 and the rx100. Now, I am considering leaving the 18-105 at home at taking the 70-300, but as you know, it is huge and heavy. So, for you who travel often or have some words...
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