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May 10, 2018 15:44 |  #331

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May 12, 2018 18:17 |  #332

Does anyone know if it’s possible to adapt my Canon speedlights* for use on the RX10 IV? And, if it's possible, the best way to accomplish it?

Help would be much appreciated. I tried a little research but just managed to confuse myself so looked harder and longer getting even more befuddled. I'm getting spoiled by the Sony and hate to haul out a SLR just to get some light beyond the little popup.

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May 12, 2018 22:17 |  #333

Man, you guys make me want to buy the RX10.
Was out in a park by a small lake last night, and we saw a bald eagle fly in and perch on a tree on the other side of the lake for like 10 minutes.
It's only like 200 feet or so, so I was standing there, wishing i had a super-tele something.


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May 13, 2018 13:20 |  #334

A couple of cuckoo photos from today... ;)


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May 13, 2018 20:29 |  #335

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May 14, 2018 05:33 |  #336

I'M curious, I have been following this thread for a little while, has anyone done much video with this camera?


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May 14, 2018 14:42 |  #337

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I'M curious, I have been following this thread for a little while, has anyone done much video with this camera?

A1 there's a guy name Romy at FredMiranda who posts there in either the RX10iv thread and/or a thread for all RX10 series. He's a famous bierd photographer
in (I think) Indonesia and he has done a lot of video with the RX10iv including some incredible macro video work, and of course BIF work in video. I'd seek
his work out.
I hardly ever shoot video---it's an age group thing I believe.


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May 14, 2018 15:15 |  #338

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A1 there's a guy name Romy at FredMiranda who posts there in either the RX10iv thread and/or a thread for all RX10 series. He's a famous bierd photographer
in (I think) Indonesia and he has done a lot of video with the RX10iv including some incredible macro video work, and of course BIF work in video. I'd seek
his work out.
I hardly ever shoot video---it's an age group thing I believe.

Thanks i'll check it out. I know what you mean about age thing, I just turned 70 this year but I have seen times that a video would work for me. The camera seems like a nice niche that I might try, you guys have some great shots with it.


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May 15, 2018 16:16 |  #339

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May 15, 2018 19:05 |  #340

DPReview has a review and video of the RX10 IV.
https://www.dpreview.c​om …ny-cyber-shot-dsc-rx10-iv (external link)

Both the video and the review itself square with my experience. Does it follow yours?


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May 15, 2018 19:55 |  #341

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Another beauty captured Gary.
You in GB have many varieties that shame ours.


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May 15, 2018 20:04 |  #342

AZGeorge wrote in post #18626405 (external link)
DPReview has a review and video of the RX10 IV.
https://www.dpreview.c​om …ny-cyber-shot-dsc-rx10-iv (external link)

Both the video and the review itself square with my experience. Does it follow yours?

I watched the former TCS boys go over the 10iv.
They could have plauded the image quality way way more than they did.
Yes the zoom speed is known. Just know that before going in. I actually feared it was
real slow but it is not. I don't shoot video so haven't a clue on their position on that.

They did compare the AF-C with the a9 and rightly so. I'm finding the two very close in
ability to track a fast moving object, acquisition speed of the moving object, and ability to
lock and stay on the subject.

Battery life--another thing we know but I'm old school and had to change rolls of film. Popping in a
battery is a two-four second affair and they are lightweight. Anybody who complains about that is
milk-toast in my book.

They did mention the USB charging=nice BUT you can also run the camera from USB power which
for some is very useful.

Weather sealing. I had the original RX10 and for 5 days it road on top of my kayak constantly getting dripped
on and never suffered. I treat the 10iv the same way. There is a benefit to having a fixed lens though I'd think
zooming in/out has to at least move air.....so maybe they have a membrane filter that allows air to pass and not
moisture?

There is a certain genius with the ratio of aperture/focal length/sensor size that Sonys cooked up with this model.
There is no camera out there that can do so much. None. Period. I remember being tempted by the 10iii, and owning the
RX100v. I knew then someday Sony would put that stellar lens onto a body with the RX100v's AF (it preceeded the a9's)
and a super winner would be born.

Perfect? No. They are right about the joystick and first thing I do with any camera is turn off the touch features. Another button
on back would have been nice.....AEL for example but plenty of custom options they pointed out rightly.

I would not hesitate to buy again.


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May 16, 2018 11:50 |  #343

I will have mine back Saturday. Sony rep shot some rather mundane photos with it and asked if they looked ok. They did except for the subject matter. Look forward to having it back.

This guy wasn't real close at all.


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May 20, 2018 12:06 |  #344

Well you don't see this every day. I was out chasing trains in the Feather River canyon in Northern California with the trusty RX10IV, and came upon this scene. There was nowhere to pull over, so I shot this very quickly while stopped on the highway. According to the Plumas County News, pilot and passenger were uninjured after crash landing in the creek. This is a very rugged area, and I am amazed they put it down without completely disintegrating.

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May 21, 2018 03:52 |  #345

Street Grabs

One from the town of Glastonbury Somerset England.

Glastonbury isn't just a music festival, it's a town which seems to attract disparate aging hippies who stay all year.

ISO 100: 1/500th sec; f/5.6; 193mm; -1.0 ev
@20-25 yards - check out her left wrist

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