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Photographer’s Guide to The Sony DSC-RX100 V

White Knight Press has just released Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX100 V, a full-color, 246-page guide book covering all features and operations of the RX100 V compact digital camera.

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DXO: Sony RX100 V vs IV

DXO compared the Sony RX100 V vs IV and unsurprisingly the sensors are practically identical. The main difference between the two cameras is autofocus and burst capabilities, which are impressive. The upgrades to Sony’s RX100 V autofocus and burst shooting frame rate are welcome improvements for photographers after a high-performance compact. Its incredible 24fps frame rate with […]

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Sony RX100 V vs RX100 IV

The Sony RX100 V “just like the previous one except for the AF.” The RX100 V and RX100 IV are very similar except the RX100 V AF is a monster and it can record for twice as long at 960fps. Being an original RX100 owner I have never experience any heat issues with my Sony RX100, […]

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DPReview Finished Their Sony RX100 V Review

DPReview finished their review of the Sony RX100 V and I’m a bit surprised it only received a Silver Award. The Sony RX100 series has always been amazing for it’s size. I’m of the opinion that they were a bit unfair about it’s short comings e.g. “Not so good for Sports photographers who will want […]

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Sony PhotoPlus Expo 2016 Coverage

Cameta visited the Sony booth at PhotoPlus to ask about the new Sony a6500, RX100 V, and a99 Mark II. It sounds like Sony is going to refresh some of their A-mount lenses from the interviews I have come across lately, but there isn’t anything definitively announced yet. Maybe we will see some new glass […]

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Sony RX100 V 5.5k Video

Newsshooter created several 5.5k videos with the Sony RX100 V for videophiles to pick apart. Unfortunately when these videos were created they did not know that the camera would need to be setup with a shutter speed faster than 1/100th of a second to achieve 24fps so these clips are only roughly around 17fps because of the […]

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