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Sony DSCRX10/B Cybershot 20.2 MP Digital Still Camera with 3-Inch LCD Screen

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  • 20.9 MP 1"-type Exmor R CMOS sensor
  • 24-200mm equivalent F2.8 lens with optical image stabilization
  • Up to 10 FPS continuous shooting
  • ISO 125 - 12800 (expandable ISO 80 and ISO 100)
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2013-11-23
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  • MPN: DSCRX10/B
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  1. I purchased this camera to take on a vacation to the Amazon in South America. I did not not want to haul my heavy professional Nikon and lenses on the trip, as well as a video camera. There are many sites that review the technical aspects of this camera, and I have found them to match my experience with the camera.However, something I never expected happened. The camera has caused me to change the way I take photos. Let me try to explain…I spent many, many years learning how to operate the controls of a camera so that I could get the exposure and depth of field desired. When looking in the viewfinder, I could NOT see with my eyes the results of my settings, but I knew from experience what I was going to get. Moving to digital shortened the time it took to see the results of my settings, but the technical process of taking a photo did not change much.With the electronic viewfinder of the RX-10, when I make a setting on the camera I can see with my eyes the effect in real time. What I see in the viewfinder is what I am going to get. No waiting, no guessing.The technical aspect of taking a photo is now so darn easy, and I don’t need to haul around all those lenses and a video camera.It should be the perfect camera for what I am going to use it for!

  2. The Sony DSC-RX10 is a great alternative to large DSLRs, and has outstanding low-light performance.I’ve been shooting on Nikon DSLRs for the past 10 years and I’ve loved the creative options that all the manual controls give me. Yet, those DSLRs (first the Nikon D70 and then the Nikon D7000) are relatively large cameras (although not full-frame) and a kit with several lenses can take up a lot of space and can be relatively heavy. And, in order to always have options for different types of shooting I’ve always kept a Sigma 30mm HSM 1.4 normal as well as a wide-to-zoom lens like the Nikon 18-300mm.So when I saw the Sony DSC-RX10 I thought that maybe that great-looking Zeiss 24-200mm constant 2.8 just might be an all-in-one solution as a smaller travel camera.And I was a right. It’s terrific all-around, smallish, camera.Pros:1) Relatively small size.Sure, it’s not a pocket camera, but that’s not what I wanted anyway. Yet, it fits in a small, padded case and it’s light-weight.2) Big, light-gathering lens for a relatively small camera.It’s amazing how much light this thing gathers. Holding a constant 2.8 f-stop throughout the entire 24-200mm range is a feat of engineering that isn’t normally seen in a camera this small or this relatively inexpensive. Combine that with Sony’s excellent SteadyShot and I can hand-hold night shots that I never thought possible.3) 20.2 MP photos give you plenty of room for HD-like detail and allows you to safely crop photos without worrying about a loss of resolution.4) Mirrorless design has no mechanical mirror pistoning up and down to create camera shake or eventually wear out.5) Quality aluminum body that is sealed for dust and moisture resistance. Instead of changing lenses and risking the introduction of dust into the interior, I’m hoping this camera will remain dust-free. Also, the feel of the body and–frankly–everything about his camera is the feel of solid, quality construction.6) Full manual controls. Yep, do anything you want that’s DSLR-like. Like full manual? It’s yours. Like aperture of shutter-priority? No problem.7) Crazy-fast frame-rates if you want them. One mode allows you to take bursts of shots up to 10 frames per second. That’s mighty fast.8) Wireless transfer of photos to a smartphone (including iPhone and Android).9) Incredible, Sony-quality video with SteadyShot. This camera doubles as an easy-to-use HD video camera. In any mode just press the video button and you’ll instantly be making beautiful HD.CONS:1) Wireless transfer of photos is clunky with an iPhone. It works, but it’s not what you’d consider smooth, effortless, or quick.2) The zoom is motorized and a bit slow–but worse than that it locks in place when the focus locks. So, if you’re trying to quickly change composition (zoom in, zoom out), it’s not quick and it will (frustratingly) lock the zoom until you take your finger off the shutter release. If there is an “off” setting for this, I haven’t found it yet.

  3. If I had to pick one camera to do everything, this would be the best compromise. First, the lens is simply awesome. It’s a 24 -200mm zoom, allowing great wide and decent telephoto shots from one lens. Chromatic aberration is virtually nonexistent. There’s very little geometric or barrel distortion and sharpness is crisp throughout the zoom ratio. A real bonus is the F2.8 aperture remains constant throughout the zoom range as well. Just this lens alone is worth the price of the camera which by the way has fallen from twelve hundred to eight hundred.The image sensor is a 20 megapixel one inch sensor. This provides excellent stills and superb video. Depth of field is a pleasant compromise between the overly low depth of a full frame sensor and the flat look of a tiny sensor. You can keep an entire face in focus while the background is a soft blur. This camera shoots extremely crisp and clean video devoid of grain even in low light.The build quality is rock solid. It has a much more solid quality feel than its same priced rivals. I’d say the only deficiency is the lack of 4K video, but the 2K video is the best I’ve seen, even better than the big Alphas from Sony. Color, contrast and lack of grain are much better than the competing 4K camera from Panasonic. Sound quality from the built in mic is very crisp and present, and an external mic jack and headphone jack are a real bonus. AGC is very smooth and well designed not to overly pump the volume while at the same time preventing the loudest of sounds from causing distortion.Image stabilization is one of the smoothest and least intrusive I have ever seen. If you are skillful, you can create dolly and tracking shots that appear as if you had a steadicam rig. Battery life is also very good. I have shot an entire daylong event on one battery and still had 25 percent charge left.Sometimes I find that changing modes is a little slower than I’d like, but remember, this is not a professional camera even though it is weather sealed. You can take near professional photos one day, and the next day shoot your indie film. Both will come out looking excellent in the hands of someone who knows their craft.

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