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DSC-RX 100 By B 20.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor Digital Camera With 3.6 X Zoom
Exquisite image quality and creative freedom in a truly compact package. For razor-sharp images and pro-quality defocused backgrounds, the RX 100 features a large, 1-Inch sensor and an ultra-bright Carl Zeiss/1.8 lens. It also features a handy control ring for easy access to aperture settings and more for total creative freedom.1-Year Limited ...
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DSC-RX 100 By B 20.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor Digital Camera With 3.6 X Zoom

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Description

Exquisite image quality and creative freedom in a truly compact package. For razor-sharp images and pro-quality defocused backgrounds, the RX 100 features a large, 1-Inch sensor and an ultra-bright Carl Zeiss/1.8 lens. It also features a handy control ring for easy access to aperture settings and more for total creative freedom.1-Year Limited Warranty.What's in the box: Micro USB cable, Instruction Manual, Battery NP-BX 1, Wrist Strap, AC Adapter AC-UD11 and Shoulder Strap Adapter. For more in depth look, check out the RX-100 brochure.

  • 202 MP, Exmor CMOS Sensor, 28-100mm equivalent F/18-49 lens, ISO 125-6400 Expandable ISO 80, 100, and 25,600, 3-Inch LCD screen with 12M dots
  • Operating temperature:Approx. 0C to 40C (32F to 104F).1080p video, Steady-Shot image stabilization,Rear control dial and customizable front control ring
  • Burst Mode (shots)-Approx 10 fps,(VGA) Moving Image Size -640 x 480 30fps Approx 3Mbps. Flash range:ISO Auto: approximately 0.3 meter to 17.1 meter (W), approximately 0.55 meter to 6.3 meter (T)
  • Bright F18 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens with 36 x zoom, Full HD 1080/60p video with manual control and dual record, ,Ultra-slim, sophisticated aluminum body
  • Dimension: 1016 mm x 581 mm x 359 mm, Weight: 213g (75 oz)
  • 20.2 MP Exmor inch CMOS sensor - extreme low-light shots
  • Bright F1.8 Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens with 3.6 x zoom
  • Full HD 1080/60p video with manual control and dual record, 101.6 mm x 58.1 mm x 35.9 mm, 213g (7.5 oz.)
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Nice but needed more.
by Valued Customer on August 04, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It took really good photos, but after evaluating several drawbacks of this camera, it was a better decision to return it. I can honestly say this does take some amazing photos though for the short time that I had mine.

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Zoom bigger than 3x but long distance focusing in the dark not great.
by Valued Customer on August 02, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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There are several versions of this camera, the newer ones have wifi and other features however their picture quality isn't much better than the pictures from this camera and they cost much more. My concern when buying this camera was the zoom. It is only 3.6 when you can buy sony cameras that are cheaper with much bigger zooms e.g. the Sony - Cyber-shot DSC-HX80. However if you set the picture size to be suitable for an 8 by 11 picture and you turn on the clear zoom menu item, you get 14x zoom and whatever degradation in image quality there is, is not noticeable. If you are willing to degrade the image quality slightly you can use the digital zoom and get even more zoom.Another concern I had was getting good quality pictures in low light. In the past I had a cheaper canon which had problems focusing in low light on distant objects. I haven't had a chance to test this in an auditorium but at home it is quite good.. I read that it is easy to manually focus with a ring in the front but I haven't learned that feature yet. I bought this camera when my canon's zoom lense wouldn't retract anymore. Apparently that is a known problem with Canon cameras. All zooms can get dust in them which can gum up the works so it's good to keep dust off any camera. My camera did not come with a wrist strap even though it was supposed to and sony insisted I buy another one. It was only a few bucks but that doesn't bode well for customer service.

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A great pocket camera with some very nice features.
by Valued Customer on August 02, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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The review in the Wall Street Journal the other day was very good in terms of explaining the pros and cons of this camera. There have been a number of issues with the menu and how many menu items there are. Having had numerous digital cameras, I can tell you that one MUST READ the Manual. The manual that came in the box called the guide (I guess) is not terribly impressive. The 200 page manuals I got with several Pentaxs over the years were very good and required me to study them for a month. I'd like a nice 200 page manual with the RX100. With practice you can make some great photographs with cameras like this one. It takes practice.Its ability to handle low light photos is amazing. I turned off the lights in my living room. There was enough illumination from the porch lights to give me a few amazing photos of lamps and chairs in the living room. My fancy Canon can do that if and only if I play games with the settings using a tripod.On a long walk today I managed to get some awesome photos with the RX100. It does everything I want. My next step is to study up on how to use tmanual and program modes.My three issues: 1) I have had a devil of a time to get the panorama setting to work. Out of 13 tries I got it to work once. It keeps coming up with an error or something that says (a) moving too slow, (b) not so fast, and (c) keep it level. One Youtube movie showed a guy flashing the thing over a backyard with no particular concern for level and it worked great. Go figure. I shall keep trying. Of course, I can do panoramas using multiple shots and merging in Photoshop. 2) the other is the manual. 3) What does T mean?One owner suggested keeping your camera in a plastic bag. I keep mine in a 1 qt zip lock freezer bag.While I have the money, the RX100 meets all of my needs for fair weather photography. I love my large Canon, but it is a pain to wear around my neck. This is a darned fun pocket camera to shoot.Lastly, taking good pictures is all about EYE. A camera with a hundred features cannot make up for rotten photographic talent. I see lots of lousy iPhone photos, which will only improve when Apple makes a phone that floats in the air and uses an algorithm to take exceptional pictures. If you want a camera as a status symbol then go buy a $10,000 Hasselblad. Even it will take rotten pictures if in the wrong hands.I finally located the manual for the RX100. It is under documents. Sony. Com and then go from there.

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Great Sony camera
by Valued Customer on July 29, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Delivered on time and as advertised. I've used this camera on two trips so far and it takes excellent photos. It also has many features and I haven't even tried them all yet. Very compact camera with great resolution and sharpness.

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Fantastic pictures!
by Valued Customer on July 28, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I got this for my wife. She is not a photographer, but I was able to teach her how to use the S mode (shutter priority) for taking pictures of kids running around. The Sony 1"" sensor is so good I've been able to recover underexposed images taken at 1/250 sec in a gym so they look better than most point and shoot cameras!Also, you can tilt the flash to bounce it!

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on July 18, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Best pics I've ever taken with this cam.

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Not a 4K camera
by Valued Customer on July 14, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Was disappointed in the camera that it does not do 4K video. I was under the impression that it did.

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But the Camera is still performing Beautifully.
by Valued Customer on July 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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My previous Sony RX100 usually retains the date and time after it was Setup even though the Battery is removed, but this RX100 does not. Time and date has to be Re-Setup.if the Battery is removed. But the Camera is still performing Beautifully.

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The small size and excellent video quality make it my go-to camera for hiking
by Valued Customer on June 07, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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My quibbles with this camera are small. The image quality is outstanding. It rivals, and sometimes even surpasses, that of my full frame Alpha 900. The small size and excellent video quality make it my go-to camera for hiking. Even though it doesn't take filters, I can still hold an ND filter in front of the lens for long exposure shots.

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Sony DSC-RX100/B 20.2 MP Exmor CMOS Sensor Digital Camera with 3.6x Zoom Love it!
by Valued Customer on May 30, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Love this thing. 20,000 shots so far.Important tip: Almost all small cameras have extending lenses. When they extend, they suck in air. If there's any dust, it may get sucked in and eventually you'll get dust on the sensor and some of your pictures may show some blotches. This happens to every camera with an extendable lens. Once dust gets in, you can't remove it. And professional cleaning is too expensive for these little cameras. There's only one solution. Keep camera clean and dust free. I keep my camera in a little ziplock freezer bag unless it's in my hand and I'm using it. Before I turn it on, I blow on the lens area to make sure all dust is blown away. Before I put it back it the bag, I blow on it again to make sure the camera doesn't carry any dust into the bag. I use my camera in dusty environments and this method works. Do this, you'll be glad you did. I've read of some people who get over a million shots out of these cameras.

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Great camera
by Valued Customer on May 28, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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i purchased this camera based on my brothers recomendation after my canon powershot Elph died. Im not camera savvy and always uses the presets on the camera. This particular camera in my humble novice opinion is not for beginners. You definitely should have more technical experience to get your moneys worth. With that said, I'm a novice, I use the presets and this camera takes really nice photos. The low light photographs are amazing and the color is rich. This camera has made me interested in the technical aspects enough where I am interested in learning more and seeing what more this camera will do

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Needs Newer Features
by Valued Customer on May 28, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Good Camera, although a bit antiquated.

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