Around Town With The Sony RX100 II

Spent some time behind Sony’s hot new RX100 Mark II over the last couple of days. I’m still waiting on RAW support so I can really see what these files have to offer, but even the JPEG files from the camera that I’m posting here look pretty good to me. For a camera that easily slips into a small pocket, I’m very impressed.

The above shot of the Bay Bridge was taken hand held at about 1/15 of a second at ISO3200. That’s a pretty sensitive 1″ sensor they packed into this little guy. The RX100 II is so good that I’m pretty sure I could take it on a trip as my only camera and be perfectly happy. This is a serious imaging machine!

All Images: Sony RX100M2

7 thoughts on “Around Town With The Sony RX100 II

  1. Nice review! Can I just state the obvious and say that these photos look so…architectural!? So crisp, nice lines, and such geometric composition. Love! The Bay Bridge pic is amazing, probably my favorite.

  2. Awesome stuff man. So envious that you get to try all the new camera gear! The JPG renders look amazing considering they are SOOC.

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