Category Archives: Sony RX10

The Sony RX10 III Goes on Safari

image courtesy of Thrutheframe Shannon Heng took the very popular Sony RX10 III on safari and wrote a great article about the experience and how tweaking settings like Zoom Assist helped him capture the moment. This is one of those rare articles about an exciting photographic adventure, where you get to take a peak inside the photographers head, because Shannon goes […]

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The Sony RX10 III: It’s All About The Lens

image courtesy of DPReview DPReview has completed their Sony RX10 III Review and in their estimation the Mark 3 is “All about that lens.”

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CameraStoreTV Reviews The Sony RX10 III

TCS has been making denser videos lately, which is a good thing. They conclude that the Sony RX10 III is a minimal upgrade, with a fantastic lens, but the Sony RX10 II is probably a better all around value for those looking to buy today.

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“Sony RX10 III destroys the competition”

image courtesy of dpreview Smallish sensor cameras are largely written off by APS-C and full frame shooters, but they shouldn’t be. 1-inch and 4/3 sensors have some unique advantages over their bigger brothers. The most commonly cited advantage is the crop factor for telephoto performance, but these smaller sensor cameras can also have a much […]

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Sony RX100 IV & RX10 III Do Slow Motion

Digitalrev released a funny video about doing super slow motion shots with the Sony RX100 IV and RX10 III that you can try at home. Many cellphones on the market also allow you do to super slow motion shots, but most can’t compete with Sony’s 1-inch sensor.

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Sony Won 3 Awards Including Camera of The Year From Camera GP Japan 2016

Grand Prize – interchangeable lens type digital single-lens camera “α7R II” (ILCE-7RM2) “Α7R II” is the world’s first ※ 1 35mm full-size back-illuminated Exmor R® (Aix More Earl) equipped with a CMOS image sensor. The back-illuminated structure, while achieving the α series best effective about 42.4 million pixel resolution, combines the high sensitivity and low noise performance and […]

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