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Sony RX100 III | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens and Flip Screen for Vlogging)

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Sony RX100 III | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens and Flip Screen for Vlogging)
Sony RX100 III | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens and Flip Screen for Vlogging)

Description

  • BREATHTAKING IMAGE QUALITY: The large 1.0-type image sensor has a resolution of 20.1 megapixels,with back-illuminated technology achieve a wide sensitivity range
  • PERFECT FOR VIDEO CREATORS: Image stabilization and Flip Screen for Vlogging
  • CAPTURE DECISIVE MOMENTS: An electronic viewfinder is the choice of many serious photographers since they can hold the camera rock-steady
  • SHARE YOUR CREATION: Easily share on your mobile devices via the Imaging Edge Mobile app (Wi-Fi).
  • IN THE FRAME: Easily frame up your subject when shooting from low or high angles with the tilting touch monitor
  • Focus Range (From the Front of the Lens) is Auto Focus approximately 5 Centimeter to infinity approximately 30 Centimeter to infinity

Additional information

Specification: Sony RX100 III | Advanced Premium Compact Camera (1.0-Type Sensor, 24-70 mm F1.8-2.8 Zeiss Lens and Flip Screen for Vlogging)

Body
Size

‎RX100 III

General
Brand

‎Sony

Specification
Package dimensions

‎15.7 x 12 x 9.4 centimetres

ISO Range

‎125-12800

Item Weight

‎263 Grams

Colour

Country of Origin

‎United Kingdom

Has image stabilisation

‎Yes

Included components

‎Sony DSCRX100M3 advanced digital compact premium camera (Wi-Fi, NFC, 180 degrees tiltable LCD screen) – Black.

Package Weight

‎0.58 Kilograms

Min Focal Length

‎24 Millimetres

Max Focal Length

‎70 Millimetres

Model year

‎2014

Part Number

Focus type

‎Auto Focus

Aperture Modes

‎F1.8-F2.8

Style

Effective still resolution

‎20.1

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  1. Oscar from Windsor

    “The best camera is the one you have with you” is a cliche that is often used to convince that the camera in your phone is all you need. Well, I think the best camera is a great camera that you don’t mind taking with you everywhere. I own a Nikon D800e. Super fast professional grade lenses. I own the latest iPhone XS, indeed the best phone camera I have ever used. But it can not compare to a camera that focuses fast, has good low light performance and zooms into everything from kids football to flying swans or whatever comes your way. Of course a D800 is better. But you don’t carry it with you most of the time, it’s just too heavy, so you weigh the occasion against the bulk of the gear and leave it home. What you end up with is an iPhone. Yes it’s the best iPhone ever, but it is not a comparison to a photographic tool. Take a photo at low light and from ISO 200 upwards you see smudged detail because the software “beautifies” the photos and you cannot control it. It’s a Facebook /…

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  2. Oscar from Windsor

    Bought this camera as part of the Prime day deal and it worked out at around £350 total price if you include the Sony cashback.
    three things to bare in mind if you bought this mainly for video:

    1) Make sure to change the mode to NTSC from PAL if you want 60 frames per second video (perfect frame rate for making YouTube videos) instead of the 50 frames per second that you get from PAL. Changing the mode will format the memory card so make sure your videos and photos are first backed up

    2) To get the highest quality video you will need to use a memory card that’s at a minimum 64 GB in storage and a SDXC class 10. If you use a lower memory card you will be limited to just AVCHD instead of the much better XAVC S codec. I recommend the below SD card;

    SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC Memory Card up to 95 MB/s, Class 10, U3, V30

    3) Battery is very average when recording a lot of video. I went through more than half of it with around an hours worth of footage. You will need to get…

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  3. Bertie

    SEE UPDATE 1 ON LENS SHARPNESS AT BOTTOM

    SEE UPDATE 2 AFTER 600 PHOTOSHOOT AT BOTTOM

    SEE UPDATE 3 RE MAGFILTER FILTER ADAPTER AT END

    I have an M3. But I’ve just bought an M6 after struggling with ‘shall I or shan’t I’ and am posting some initial observations as they may help others in a similar situation.

    I am blown away with the image quality of the M3. Photos taken at the top of Snowdon are simply amazing and leave my reasonably upmarket Canon SLR standing. Those photos rekindled my interest in photography and led to thinking about the M6.

    The M6 is like an M3 on steroids! Some press criticism says that the M6 isn’t really the next iteration of the RX100 line but is entirely different. That’s rubbish in my opinion. If I’m going to spend that much on any camera, let alone point and shoot, I certainly don’t want the odd tweak…I want the good things retained but other things rethought and new added. That’s what the M6 does. (I can’t comment on what changes had already appeared in the…

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