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    Fun with the RX100

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    thx for sharing this, gives us a good insight on what the rx100 can do!

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Anyone else here?








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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    There is longer RX100 thread in the Small Sensor Forum
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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    There is longer RX100 thread in the Small Sensor Forum
    I know, but since this camera isn't really a "small sensor" camera doesn't it belong here?

    More importantly I've been dying to start a "fun with" thread but someone always beats me to it!!

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    I did not say this maybe a wrong place. The sensor is neither tiny nor at least m43 :-). Also it is a P&S camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    I did not say this maybe a wrong place. The sensor is neither tiny nor at least m43 :-). Also it is a P&S camera.
    True. But the line between p&s and dslr and mirrorless is getting increasingly blurred. The fact that we can have a debate about where this camera belongs is a good illustration of that shift. Exciting times.

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    maybe we can call it a medium sensor, so maybe we need a medium sensor forum for the likes of nikon v1 and rx100

    The 808 pureview is getting close to medium sensor status too hehe

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    I'm wondering how the RX100 will fare up against the Sigma DP2 Merrill when it is available.

    In the meantime, I find my RX100 fun and useful. In fact I'd argue it is more useful day to day than the Nex-7, simply because of its size and near Nex-7 image quality:

    Two recent ones





    These were both RAW shots, decoded using the kludgy Sony decoder - look forward to ACR support
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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Quintin,

    Thanks for posting your two beautiful photos.

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    This is a RX100 shot of SONY NEX-7 with Metabones Smart Adapter II mounted with a Canon EF 50/1.2L, it was set to ISO 200, manual exposure, f/10, 0.4s and flash set to slow sync automatic, focal length at 36mm.
    By the way, the Smart Adapter is working with all the EF lenses I tried so far, except making a little noise each time pressing ths shutter for composition and focusing (using focus peaking) - the AF does not function yet - which might possible thru a firmware upgrade later, per Metabones.
    The RX100 is fun to do many things.

    Pingang

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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Trying around some processing.







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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Some recent shots




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    Some more. Really liking this camera.










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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Ran around some bridges today.

    Took it for a jog in a padded Sony case and just held it in my fist. Worked very well.

    I may pick up a TG-1 or something just because I'm not sure if constant jogging is great for the camera. A rugged camera might fare better.







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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Sometimes blur is fun...


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    Re: Fun with the RX100

    Is there one post "Fun with RX100II"?

    So, my Pics I just Shot with the RX100II

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