Originally Posted by Highway Ranger
I wouldn't call that a toy.
That is one heck of a camera. Suitable for your kind of photography. Should excel in low light photography and you can get a nice shallow DOF.
Looking forward to pictures taken from it. Enjoy Maadi! (as they say in Karnataka...)
THANX A LOT .
Well we are men , tech stuff is like toys for us hence used the word
. I for sure know that the Sony Rx 100 is a super pocket rocket . OFF TOPIC
To be perfectly honest I don't know anything technical about cameras and photography , but I want to learn since I have taken interest in it since last 3-4 months and I have observed it helps me unwind .
I have a nex 5 but its big for me to carry around everywhere , I wanted something pocketable and relatively powerful and advance camera which I can carry with me everywhere and practice .
As you know this camera offers very good level of customization and can be good camera to explore the world of manual settings and photography on the go .
I was deciding between the Sony Rx 100 and Fuji xf 1, I even asked indian
regarding both and he did suggest the Sony for its 1 inch sensor benefit ( thanx a lot buddy ). our member nickandre
also helped me patiently to decide the best cameras in the premium pokectable category .
We had a small meet on Sunday since Gurrala
had come to Mumbai , so Mumbai members I , sandykudva, nickandre and strome911
met Gurrala and since sandykudva
wants to buy a MacBook we went in reliance digital to check the MacBook out of blue we went to check the camera section and was surprised to see very good offer on the Sony Rx 100 , so without wasting much time just bought it instantly .
Special thanx to - nickandre
for being a guide, friend , teacher in my photographic endeavours and all the wonderful and supremely talented members on this thread who inspire to dive in the world of photography with more passion.
I have never tried any manual mode on any camera but will be practicing and using it now on Sony Rx 100 . below is a first test shot I tried with manual settings ever in life and as days go more to come