They finally did it! They put Bluetooth location information into an RX100. Just based on that alone, I think the RX100vi is the best travel camera ever, but wait… the lens is 24-200mm? Really?!! Wow! Reach. Speed. Image quality. Amazing autofocus. Geotagging. Eye AF. 4k video. Oh my! So what if the aperture is now f/2.8 to f/4.5? With the size of the sensor, it’s … Continue reading Sony announces the RX100vi with Bluetooth and 24-200mm lens!
My method for reviewing camera and other equipment. RX100m3 review. Continue reading How I review equipment
In my last post I talked about how it took a little ingenuity to attach the RX100 properly to my Sirui tripod to take panoramic shots. Here is my solution. (I’m going to apologize right now for the poor quality of the pictures in this blog post, I was using a small tablet with a bad camera). First thing to note is that the tripod … Continue reading Panoramic shots with the RX100m3 on the Sirui T-005X tripod
I recently took a trip to Cuba. (It was great, by the way). I wanted to take some panoramic shots of the beach and figured I needed a tripod. I have a tiny tripod that I can carry in my pocket when I want to rest my camera on a mailbox or something, but I knew that wouldn’t help me on the beach. My main … Continue reading Sirui T-005X – What a cool little tripod!
I finally did it. I took the plunge and got an RX100 iii. The sales with the closing Sony stores in Canada made the deal worthwhile. Open box but brand new at a great discount. Can’t beat that! Here’s another great camera that I’ll have to report back on. Stay tuned for the review and happy shooting! Continue reading RX100 iii
I’ve tried to consciously make a note of what I like to shoot and how I shoot it while on vacation. Why am I doing this? I want to see if I shoot more in the 24-70mm range or in the 24-100mm range. I’ve been very tempted by the Sony RX100Mk3. But, compared to its predecessor, it has less focal range. Is the new lens … Continue reading How do you shoot? A self-analysis.