RX100 Images (all versions)

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  1. ijm5012

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    I didn't see an image thread for RX100 cameras, so I figured I'd start one since I just took delivery of an RX100M4. My intention is that any images taken with an RX100, regardless of what model, can be shared here.
     
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    A few snapshots from my Mk1. I've not had a lot of time to play with it since I got it last autumn, but it's a very convenient piece of kit.

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    BTW, there is another RX100 image thread on here somewhere from a few years ago.

    Edit: Here it is - Sony RX100 image thread
     
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    and a couple more

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    And a few more

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  11. ijm5012

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    The RX100M4 is always in my camera bag with me now. It's so small, and delivers such great IQ that I have no qualms about using it in combination with my GH4 for longer exposures (both cameras are far better than the E-M1 for long exposures with regards to noise).

    Here are a few images from shooting the sunrise this morning.

    27957575902_25b485623e_b. DSC00412-Edit by Ian Menego, on Flickr

    27957585282_d35cc809c8_b. DSC00406-Edit by Ian Menego, on Flickr
     
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    A little place I stumbled upon on my way home from work last week, and I happened to have my RX100 with me.

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    Perth Bridge, Scotland. RX100 Mk1

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    Queens View, Pitlochry, Scotland

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    Alton Towers, taking a break from the theme park.

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  19. ijm5012

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    I'm pretty impressed with the flare resistance of the lens in the Mk.IV. I shot this same scene with my E-M1 + 12-60 SWD, and the 12-60 SWD exhibited a big red flare spot due to the sun being in the frame. Not with the RX100 though.

    28827649033_871fde0892_b. Sunrise Skyline Wide by Ian Menego, on Flickr