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    Amazing picture quality from this tiny camera.
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    San Francisco Morning Commute

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    San Francisco Morning Commute three blocks closer to Market Street

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    Slight crop.
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    An old famer looks over his fields (1/125 f:4 ISO 125 54 mm eq.)



    Summer rain, backlight (1/200 f:4 ISO 125 -2 EV, 70 mm eq.)



    I find IQ from this lens / tiny sensor simply stunning (1/80 f:3.5 ISO 125 -1 EV, 35 mm eq.)



    Original size. I shot this scene also with the FE 24-70, and resized to RX100 it is hard to tell a difference

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    Quote Originally Posted by C_R View Post
    An old famer looks over his fields (1/125 f:4 ISO 125 54 mm eq.)


    Amazing capture. Hard to believe such a small camera can produce such amazing images as on this thread, or it proves that in the right hands, cameras with average specifications can produce outstanding results.

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    Amazing capture. Hard to believe such a small camera can produce such amazing images as on this thread, or it proves that in the right hands, cameras with average specifications can produce outstanding results.
    Thank you :-) This little marvel is going to be my constant companion. Never miss an opportunity... For my next vacation, the A7R/ FE 24-70 will stay at home

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    I share the enthusiasm in this thread for the RX100 Mk3. The results shown above speak for themselves.

    I've had the Mk1 for nearly two years, and I use it very frequently. It has been absolutely superb - great quality in a pocket-sized camera. For me, the only problem (if that's what it is) is that the Mk3 is now looking VERY tempting. The inclusion of an EVF just about seals it, for me...

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    I'm a cropper - and this camera is great for that

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    Re: Fun with the RX100 III

    Sorry, sorry, sorry - those are taken with the RX-10. I have both cameras and I got mixed up.
    Same sensor though, so I'll leave them here.

    Thanks for your patience

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Sorry, sorry, sorry - those are taken with the RX-10. I have both cameras and I got mixed up.
    Same sensor though, so I'll leave them here.

    Thanks for your patience

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    No worries, same sensor. I'm curious, as someone who has both the rx10 and rx100, do you find yourself using one over the other most of the time?

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    Re: Fun with the RX100 III

    Quote Originally Posted by chrisd View Post
    No worries, same sensor. I'm curious, as someone who has both the rx10 and rx100, do you find yourself using one over the other most of the time?
    Very different cameras in terms of handling and ergonomics. I take the RX100 when space is a premium - I slip it in a pocket. Otherwise I always take the RX10. I like the extra zoom range and the setup with manual aperture setting on the lens. The IQ is near the same on both even though they have different lenses, but the RX10 is for sure my favorite - beautiful camera capable of stunning results.

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    Re: Fun with the RX100 III

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    Hi Keith
    Perhaps a Norton Dominator 650SS in a wideline featherbed frame, from the early 60's....right ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodmancy View Post
    Very different cameras in terms of handling and ergonomics. I take the RX100 when space is a premium - I slip it in a pocket. Otherwise I always take the RX10. I like the extra zoom range and the setup with manual aperture setting on the lens. The IQ is near the same on both even though they have different lenses, but the RX10 is for sure my favorite - beautiful camera capable of stunning results.

    Keith
    Having owned an RX100 (Mk1) for nearly two years, and having recently acquired an RX10, this is - pretty much - exactly how I view the similarities (and differences) between the two cameras.

    I have to admit to being more impressed than I expected with the RX10 in the short time that I've owned it. It's a very well thought-out design... no, not perfect (what is?), but very good. I'm slightly surprised that Sony hasn't 'pushed' this model a little more.

    I can see why some people would not want the RX10, but for me it seems to be just what I was looking for... i.e. it fills the gap between RX100 and DSLR very nicely.

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    Gray, foggy morning walk along the coastal trail.








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    Found composition when taking the trash out.

    Lost eyeglasses on fence

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    Cesar Chavez Park, Berkeley, CA





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    Hi

    how is the RX100 MKIII for sports like soccer, field hockey, basket ball? Is the AF fast/good enough?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Food for thought...
    I'm afraid this is food that's been through the horse once.

    22.5 bits? 21.1 bits?

    Bits are atomic entities. You can have 21 or 22, but 21.x is physically impossible.

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    I believe that it is a mathematical value, like say, the average family has 2.4 kids.

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    Three shots stitched, with 24 mm eq and 1/25 sec f:4 ISO 125



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    useful thing I have discovered on Dpreview is that if you press the on/off button while closing the EVF the camera doesn't shut down!! It works

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4711 View Post
    Hi

    how is the RX100 MKIII for sports like soccer, field hockey, basket ball? Is the AF fast/good enough?

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    AF is not fast, so the RX100M3 is not recommended for action. You would be better off to get the A6000 + 16-50 for same price or choose a different high end P&S.

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    Couple of panoramas taken with RX100M3 and gorillapod (stitched in post). These were shot in Louisville. I have to say that I am liking the RX100M3 for travel as a small and light-weight alternative to my regular A7R with heavy lens and tripod kit.



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    Here are a few dusk/night shots using the RX100M3. First one is handheld, the others shot on gorillapod. These were shot in Indianapolis.








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    Re: Fun with the RX100 III

    The RX100 III served me very well in the harsh, extremely dusty environment of the Burning Man festival.

    Into the Dust


    The Man stands tall


    Going out in style
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    Hadn't taken the RX100iii out all winter until today. It continues to amaze me every time I use it.

    Stillwater Lift Bridge supports

    Sony RX100iii - 24mm (equivalent) @ 3.2 - ISO 125

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    Hadn't taken the RX100iii out all winter until today. It continues to amaze me every time I use it.
    Great shots - I particularly like some of those in your previous post... 'Tall man', 'Into the dust'. Indeed, many of the images on this thread show how good the Mk3 is (and, of course, how good the photographers are... ).

    I'm still using the Mk1, and it still amazes me after more than two years of use.
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    When I can't bring my A7Rii

    I would carry my A7Rii at all times, if possible. But it's not always practical, or permitted; like at some concerts. Thankfully, the ticket takers don't typically object to the tiny RX100, if they even notice it, because it doesn't look like a 'real' camera.

    So I was able to get a few decent shots for my scrapbook, while everyone else had to settle for their overexposed smart phone images.

    Some Drummer - RX100 III - 70mm @ ƒ2.8 at ISO 640 - cropped to roughly 100mm equivalent
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    [QUOTE=MikeEvangelist;600614]The RX100 III served me very well in the harsh, extremely dusty environment of the Burning Man festival.

    Lovely! More from Burning Man, please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaree View Post
    More from Burning Man, please!
    Sure. Here's a Flickr album of Burning Man shots from the RX-100 iii -

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeev...57651149156979
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeEvangelist View Post
    Sure. Here's a Flickr album of Burning Man shots from the RX-100 iii -

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikeev...57651149156979
    Nice work, Mike...

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    I just love the Rx100 mIII, in my house it gets heavy use.


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    Three Rivers New Mexico.


    Rx100 mIII, 13mm f/5.6, ISO125, 1/100sec.
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    Seat 20F.

    KERPOW!!
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    wow, the colors are amazing!
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    Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Jaw dropping. (Kunst is German for Art).
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    Cafe Central, Vienna.
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    Step in to the Shadow.
    In camera contrasty b/w mode.
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    Footwear in Vienna.
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    "Nighthawks".
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