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Panasonic LX100 Shooter’s Report Part II: Once the sun sets, how’s it compare with the G7X, RX100 III?


 
 

If you're in the market for a large-sensor enthusiast compact, we have good news for you: Our Panasonic LX100 review continues this week with the second part of our Shooter's Report blog. (We actually brought it live a couple of days ago, as you may have seen in the feature rotator on the front page of the site,...

Sony RX100 III Review: Is this the best compact camera money can buy?


 
 

In a very competitive market that's been eaten alive by the camera phone, it's hard for a compact camera to stand out from the crowd. That's precisely what Sony has managed with its RX100-series cameras, though. Now in its third iteration, the line started with the original RX100 (RX100 vs RX100 III) in mid-2012,...

Sony RX100 III Shooter’s Report II: A change of scenery in coastal Virginia

 
 

For my first Shooter's Report with the Sony RX100 III enthusiast compact, I took to the skies in a 1920s Ford Trimotor airliner. Pretty cool, but how to follow that up? Well, dreary weather was in the forecast here in Knoxville last week, so I decided to head to the coast for a change of pace and some new scenery.

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Sony RX100 III Shooter’s Report I: Up, up and away with the bright-lensed beauty

 
 

Late last week, the Sony RX100 III landed on my desk, fresh out of the lab and already generating quite some excitement with our first shots and a real-world gallery from production editor Dave Pardue. The timing couldn't have been more fortuitous: The hot little Sony with its impressively-bright lens had arrived just in...

Sony lens patent hints at bright future for upcoming RX-series camera

 
 

The Sony Cyber-shot RX100 and RX100 II have enjoyed wide praise for excellent image quality in a versatile, pocketable package, and 28-100mm f/1.8-4.9 lens certainly played a part. But there's no rest for Sony, as it looks like they're working on an even better lens.

Egami dug up a pending patent on a new Sony lens...

How Chase Jarvis crashed a DJI Phantom and Sony RX100 II into the ocean (VIDEO)

 
 

If there's one thing the recent spate popularity of drone photography has shown, is that if you're not careful, drones have a habit of falling out of the sky. In fact, famed photographer Chase Jarvis just experienced this first hand with a DJI Phantom and Sony RX100 II, both ending up at the bottom of an Icelandic ocean...

Phase One update makes it easier for Lightroom users to defect to Capture One software

Denmark-based Phase One A/S has just announced a new release of its flagship Capture One raw processor and image editor, adding new features and camera / lens support, as well as fixing some bugs. Key among the changes is extended support for importing catalogs from arch-rival Adobe's competing Photoshop Lightroom product, a feature that's bound to...

Sony RX100 II review first look: Best gets better with groundbreaking sensor, viewfinder support and more (HANDS-ON VIDEO)


Last summer, the debut of the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 answered the prayers of enthusiast shooters looking for a capable yet compact second camera, and those who wanted large-sensor iimage quality, but who found interchangeable-lens cameras simply too large. Unlike almost all its large-sensor compact camera competitors, the RX100 sports a...