Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Sony DSC-RX100 Cyber-Shot

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 Sony RX100, f/5.6, 10.4 mm, 1/640 sec, ISO 125, Program; Landscape.

 Sony RX100, f/5.6, 10.4 mm, 1/320 sec, ISO 80, Program; Aperture Priority.

Sony RX100 with Richard Franiec Grip

 A lot of people have been extolling the virtues of the Sony RX100, for good reason too, it is a fantastic little camera that has become my go to pocket camera, it takes phenomenal images for such a small package.

If this is the future of pocket cameras, I can hardly wait for what larger format cameras will be able to produce, Sony has enabled this camera to expose a very wide range of color and light, while producing sharp, contrasty images with the Zeiss branded optics.

It has a few quirks, but most cameras do, one in particular is the ability to accidentally press the movie button, the menu system is a little complex, but far better than a lot of other manufacturers.

Its a little camera and I have sausage fingers, so I'm told, so I recommend the  Richard Franiec Grip


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