SONY RX100 MK1 REVIEW – BEST POINT AND SHOOT COMPACT CAMERA FOR “STREET” PHOTOGRAPHY?

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Klevis Gockaj says:

I adore the picture at 0:03 … what are the setting for this type of pictures guys? i love the bright colors and the sharps… have a nice day

TimFromWales says:

Totally inspired and bought a gopro mount for my camera.

jesuisravi says:

it's a nice camera but the lens sticking out gives you away too much for street work–IMHO. I have an RX100 and love it but I use a cheap Panasonic Lumix waterproof camera for street because the lens stays flush with the body and it hardly looks like a camera at all. Good for getting candid shots. People are really touchy about getting a camera pointed at them where I live.

Alcatraz says:

Smaller sensor??? It has got the biggest sensor in point and shoot cameras dude. Bad in low light??? If f1.8 does not help you, nothing will. I own this camera and absolutely love its image quality and low light performance.

Ho Gaius says:

Would you still recommend this for travel? I have a Lumix gx7 with a 14-42mm kit lens already but still seems chunky

jaspal singh says:

You still have it . I want mark iii

Tamil Cinema says:

Cool review

ghlyall says:

There is so much quality in this camera, and so much flexibility. Highly recommended.

Terry Walker says:

Was that the onboard audio!? ?? Sounds really
Good

steffen förster says:

THX for Help

Soul JR says:

I really want to be able to do this but how do you set up the camera and
Edit the photos

Pedro Pires says:

Almost all of the pictures you've shown are of still objects/people. Street photography is much more than that. Can't get many conclusions on this camera for street photography based on your video.

Sal Mo says:

I had the a6300 and will never go near a Sony again…too complicated. Fuji all the way…

Daniel Keane says:

What mode you use to shoot video with the rx100?

Pierre-Alain Maire says:

My experience with the rx100 (I've had two rx100iii) is that it's so small and light, you forget to hold it correctly ! With one hand, at full arm lenght, you can have blurry pictures… but if you hold it firmly, with two hands, as you would do for any other bigger camera, you can go really slow. Using a strap around the wrist helps, too. Thanks for your videos Pablo, always a pleasure to watch !

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