Category Archives: Sony RX10 IV

Sony EISA 2018 Awards

Sony a7III The third generation of Sony’s high-resolution mirrorless camera, the α7R III has a 42.4-megapixel back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor that produces images with tremendous detail. At the same time it provides high shooting speeds of up to 10 frames per second with autofocus tracking, allowing it to keep moving subjects in sharp focus. […]

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Sony Camera WW 213188 Registered Without Bluetooth

Sony registered WW 213188 so there might be another camera coming on top of the Sony a6700 and Sony a7SIII. It might be an advanced pocket camera, but not a Sony RX10V. All of Sony’s advanced cameras have Bluetooth already so it wouldn’t make sense to remove Bluetooth from the future Sony a6700, a7SIII, or RX10V. The […]

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DPReview TV: Sony RX10 IV Review

Chris thinks the Sony RX10 IV is the minivan of cameras and I couldn’t agree more. It’s certainly full of a lot of attractive options and it can get the job done with its new stacked sensor, but there are a few drawbacks to its design. Price is also a big detractor from this camera […]

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Photons to Photos: Sony RX10M4

The Sony RX10 Mark IV has a solid reputation by now from its amazing 24-600mm Zeiss zoom to its 4k video capabilities, but it’s dynamic range hasn’t really been tested until now. Photons to Photos has the hard numbers and it looks like the Mark 4 might actually have slightly worse dynamic range than previous iterations […]

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Sony Wins 4 Awards From DPReview in 2017

I am not very surprised about DPReviews selections for their awards this year. Sony cleaned up and the Sony a7RIII dominated, but I’m not sure it deserved too with the bugs I have experienced. It’s a great camera, but it needs a few firmware updates to be a stable camera that professional can rely on. I […]

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DPReview: Sony RX10 IV Gets Gold Award For Being “most wholly capable all-in-one camera package money can buy”

The Sony RX10 is one of the cameras I recommend to people looking to get into photography more often than any other camera and for good reason. You simply can’t beat the value of a solid camera with a quality 24-600mm lens built in. Not everyone will buy the right lens for the job, but […]

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