Got a new toy and its from Sony. It’s been many, many years since I’ve own anything from Sony but thought I’d try their new RX100 compact camera. I’ll use it when I don’t feel like lugging around my “Really Good” camera. The Sony RX100 fits in my pocket, has a fast lens, a metal body, and shoots raw. One drawback for now, in typical Sony fashion, it saves the raw files in a proprietary format not yet supported by Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop. Some initial pics from the RX100 – except the one below, which is from my “Really Good” camera.
An iPhone photo on my commute home
wow…you are very pretty.
I’m wishing you good luck with the new tool!
That Rocket Eater T-shirt is probably the greatest thing shirt I have ever seen! Don’t know what it is, but I like it…
Really nice pics you are getting from the RX100. I also have the new Sony and have been posting pics for a couple of weeks on my blog — hope you will take a look. I also have a “really good” camera — bigger and heavy, plus gotta change lenses. Because of the convenience and quality of pictures I think the RX100 may become my favorite. How about you?
Nice pics on your site. For me, I think I’ll still be using my “really good” camera most of the time – its big but not too big – and I really like my “good” camera.
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