Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100

Announced Jun 6, 2012 •
20 megapixels | 3 screen | 28 – 100 mm (3.6×)
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Hello All, I'm new here and thought I would sign up as this forum has been a great source of information while I try to figure out what my next camera should be. The shortlist is: Lumix TZ100 Lumix LX100 Sony RX100 iii (Sony a6000) I am settling on the TZ100 as I think having the 10x zoom will make for a great all rounder. I will be using the camera for day to day use, travel and holidays, work trips etc and so like the idea of keeping things compact. As much as I like the RX100 iii with its...
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Hello, Whenever I try to pick a new video camera, as I know that I have to do some camera movements, I'm very disturbed by an effect I see on most models, but I'm still not sure if that is that is due to "rolling shutter". All rolling shutter examples I can find focus on the "jello effect".What disturbs me is not jello effect.It's actually more like, when the camera moves a tiny bit, the image flow is discontinued. I mean, as if frames where missing between the frames I see.It's not like some...
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Is it possible to go straight into view mode from the powered off state without going through the usual startup process which readies the camera for taking photos (extending lens, etc.)? It would be useful in order to save batteries. I'm coming from using a Sony RX100 where you just press the view button and it goes straight into view mode. Does anyone know if this is possible on the TZ100?
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hi i'm looking for advice as i'm stuck picking a camera, my last camera was the sony dsc hx50v and i really liked it between video and picture quality but i'm looking for something newer, i am mainly looking for something that is compact and fit in my pocket with a killer zoom, i have come across a few to choose from and was wondering if anyone had an opinion, the cameras i found were the canon powershot sx700 or 720 hs or the sony dsc hx90v or the sony rx100
By: prowanabe (1 week ago)
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I have my heart set on the DL18-50, but for those hard sunny days, the lack of fill-flash would be really missed in this variant. Only due to this I have to go for the DL24-85.The tiny flash I have on my RX100 m1 really helps with those sunny days.So question, short of a Nikon SB-300/400, does anyone see an alternative, tiny as those flash are, it will defeat the reason I am compromising to go to a 1" sensor. If it gets bulky, don't get this tiny camera and stick to any of the mirrorless APS-C.
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Hi - I'm getting little to nothing of color in these settings... the manual says to use the L/R arrows but they have no effect. Am I missing something? thanks.
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Hello, I was taking pictures in a waterfall, my SD card was full and I replaced it then continued shooting. The camera got wet from splashes a few times. Meanwhile, it started to take one black picture one normal picture. It was ok if I turn off and turn on again. In the evening black picture rate increased. And now, it always takes black pictures.  https://youtu.be/jPCcgx445A8
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Hi Everyone Firstly, I hope I am posting this in the right forum. I am posting this in the "Photographic Science and Technology" forum because I am hoping for a reply from an expert in camera sensors. I live in London where, as you will all know, the sky suffers from a certain amount of light pollution. However, I thought that I would try an experiment. With two of my digital cameras (a Sony DSC-H400 and a Sony RX100 III), I took photos of a seemingly black area of the sky and using image...
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I am pleased to report that my replacement camera appears to be ok. I am downloading photos into Windows 10 photo app but it is unable to read the .mov file type. The program has no problem reading videos from my RX100.   Can the video file type be changed somewhere within the camera settings?
By: kxm25 (1 month ago)
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Hi! So I'm an amateur photographer in high school (15 years old) and I'm very wanting to learn nature/wildlife videography. Sadly I own a Canon 50D, which doesn't have a video feature, and I'm not willing to install Magic Lantern by any chance.. Anyways, I wanted a small camera that I can casually carry around and also use for video. I would be making videos for a class in a small art school that I'm planning to apply to, plus I am a complete novice in this area. I have about $300-350 to...
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