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Dec 01, 2014 13:17 |  #1

Welcome to the to the Sony Cybershot RX100 gallery.

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Dec 01, 2014 16:10 |  #2

From the RX100 mk I

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Dec 01, 2014 16:28 |  #3

I just got an open box Sony RX100 mk1 not too long ago because it was such a good price. I bought a Lumix LX7 not too long ago to replace my LX3, and I was a fan of the macro and Leica 1.4 on it. I didn't need both cameras, but couldn't pass up the deal after seeing and hearing how nice the RX100 was. I can't wait to give it some more attention. I'm really liking how small it is. I still need to get used to using it.

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Dec 01, 2014 16:44 |  #4

Glad to see POTN broadening its horizons to show results from cameras other than Canon.
A few weeks ago I bought a Sony RX100III as a pocket camera for those occasions when a DSLR isn't something I can carry. What a great little camera. Small, unobtrusive and very capable. A few of my first images taken with it:

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Dec 01, 2014 23:23 |  #5

modestglock26 wrote in post #17301660 (external link)
I just got an open box Sony RX100 mk1 not too long ago because it was such a good price. I bought a Lumix LX7 not too long ago to replace my LX3, and I was a fan of the macro and Leica 1.4 on it. I didn't need both cameras, but couldn't pass up the deal after seeing and hearing how nice the RX100 was. I can't wait to give it some more attention. I'm really liking how small it is. I still need to get used to using it.

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Would love to know which you prefer - I've used a LX7, but haven't had a chance to try out a RX100 series - great pics!




  
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Dec 02, 2014 00:59 |  #6

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From the RX100 mk I

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like how sharp the last one is.




  
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Dec 02, 2014 01:02 |  #7

modestglock26 wrote in post #17301660 (external link)
I just got an open box Sony RX100 mk1 not too long ago because it was such a good price. I bought a Lumix LX7 not too long ago to replace my LX3, and I was a fan of the macro and Leica 1.4 on it. I didn't need both cameras, but couldn't pass up the deal after seeing and hearing how nice the RX100 was. I can't wait to give it some more attention. I'm really liking how small it is. I still need to get used to using it.

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very cool! I have the m3 coming in the mail tomorrow. I also cant wait to contribute pictures into this thread. Have you tried much with the macro setting on the rx100? if so, how well of a job does it do? It's been awhile since I've own a p&s, more than 10 years...




  
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Dec 02, 2014 01:05 |  #8

2slo wrote in post #17301708 (external link)
Glad to see POTN broadening its horizons to show results from cameras other than Canon.
A few weeks ago I bought a Sony RX100III as a pocket camera for those occasions when a DSLR isn't something I can carry. What a great little camera. Small, unobtrusive and very capable. A few of my first images taken with it:

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first image is wonderful. I Can't believe it came from a pocket camera ;P Even owning a mirrorless, I still feel that I need a pocket size camera for the needs of when I can't even carry mirrorless lol

so mirrorless would be considered for when I do not want to lug around the dslr, and the p&s for when I don't want to lug the mirrorless. I am well spoiled!




  
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Dec 02, 2014 09:46 as a reply to  @ bigolac's post |  #9

For me and my limited skill set, I find the macro much better on the LX7 in respect to how close you can get to the subject. Now, I really do love the LX7 and I felt like it was a nice upgrade when my LX3 screen cracked just a few months ago. I've grown more used to the button layout on the LX7 so when I use the Sony I fumble around a bit before remembering how to get to the menu I need.

In my opinion, the RX100 mk1 takes a better picture, and I love having the larger files to work with. I'm new to RAW, so my next step is to start shooting RAW with both and see which I prefer from there. I had listed my LX7 for sale recently but decided it would be nice to keep both and just see what they both capture for me down the road. I like having options.

I have yet to really use the macro mode on the RX100 but I will give it a try and see how it handles. The RX100 was $250 at Best Buy near me and I just really wanted to try it out. My goal is to add a Fuji x100s to the mix as well, even though I know I really don't need it. After that I'll see which ones make up for my lack of skill the best.


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Dec 02, 2014 09:52 as a reply to  @ DTBaan's post |  #10

Sorry, responded to your macro ? in the above response. I haven't messed around with the RX100 macro setting much yet. I will definitely try, and hopefully add some more pics to this thread to help. I don't know about the mk3, but so far I love the mk1. Sorry I couldn't be too much help, but I'll see what I can try with it. It's a very solid little gem of a p&s and I think you'll be extremely happy with the IQ from it.


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Dec 02, 2014 10:39 |  #11

Here are a few extras from the RX100 mk1...nothing fancy.

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Dec 02, 2014 11:10 |  #12

Here is a quick sample set from work.

Macro mode used with it picking the ISO and settings. ISO 400, f/1.8 at 1/30:

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Here is a comparison shot to show the difference between the Rich BW vs the HC BW. Both shot at ISO 125, f/2 at 1/8:

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modestglock26 wrote in post #17304571 (external link)
Sorry, responded to your macro ? in the above response. I haven't messed around with the RX100 macro setting much yet. I will definitely try, and hopefully add some more pics to this thread to help. I don't know about the mk3, but so far I love the mk1. Sorry I couldn't be too much help, but I'll see what I can try with it. It's a very solid little gem of a p&s and I think you'll be extremely happy with the IQ from it.

please, your inputs are very helpful and I appreciate them.

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Dec 02, 2014 13:50 |  #14

thank you very much for the sample shots. rich bw is to my likings :) so far seems good. I will have to try it sometimes. of course my main use isn't for macro, but it is a plus to have for when I don't have any macro lenses :)




  
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Dec 02, 2014 14:14 as a reply to  @ DTBaan's post |  #15

The Rich B&W handles it like a typical 3 shot HDR. There is a 3rd B&W option which is just to select the B&W under the main photo type section (standard, vivid, b&w, portrait, nature...).

I think they all have their moments. I like the HC mode but my sample shot wasn't the best example. Those pics were also about as close as it would focus for macro work.

I bought a Panasonic Lumix LX7 not too long ago mainly for the macro and Leica 1.4 glass on it. It won't fit in my pocket like the RX100 though.


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