Photos from the Sony DSC RX100

This afternoon I took a quick ride to the store and brought along the little Sony pocket camera that I’ve very rarely used. In fact, when I tried to turn it on, it was dead! What’s that tell ya? So last night I pulled up the PDF file I keep on my Mac so I could review the settings on this tiny camera. It’s rather complex for it’s size and maybe too much so for some folk.

Just six photos in this set, I tossed just one photo which was a full-zoom photo of Frenchman Mountain on the east side of Las Vegas Valley, that photo looked fine up closer to my location yet the mountain those many miles away was far too pixelated. This camera isn’t a new model but has a 20mp rating. It would do well on a holiday trip or family outing.


13 thoughts on “Photos from the Sony DSC RX100

    • Thank you Shelley! The cam is now on one of two mini tripods, easier to handle that way except when extracting the SD card. Tiny and mirrorless too. I’m considering a new camera. My Nikon D3300 body has served me well for four years now. A new Nikon mirrorless body sounds nice!

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      • You’re welcome. Impressive that you know so much about the cameras. I can’t even tell you how old my camera is – it has to be at least 10 years old?! It does fit like a glove – I’d be scared to try out all the new technology available … but that might be fun too. I’ll watch you do it first!


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