Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 III
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The BEST "point and shoot" with many extras
Gale W. Sherman, Amazon
6 days ago
Summary: This is a great camera, so great that I bought the 3 for the changes from the 1 that I already had. (My husband wanted the 1 so it was an easy decision.) I love the movable viewing screen, the view finder, and the pop up flash. Those are the reasons (and David Pogue's Yahoo review) that I jumped at this camera. I do miss the added zoom length the 1 had, but I can live with that between my computer capabilities and my other cameras.
Summary: I rating it with one star because the sd card actually is not working at all I was surprize it does not look like if it is original i had to buy another one because i was in a hurry and i needed the sd card ASAP
Word of advice, make sure you know what you're getting yourself into. Spend that $700-800 wisely, just saying.
Wong Thao, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Alright, first, I'll start off with saying that for a $700-800 camera, it can do better despite the hype and praise people have about it. The camera has some MAJOR/minor flaws depending on how you want to look at it (Major flaws for me). The biggest flaw that is overlooked is it's ability/inability to focus. Unless I have a defective item, which doesn't seem to be the case. A cheap camera is just as capable, if not more, to "point and shoot" than this $800 dollar item.
Excerpt: This camera is a jewel, I really appreciate the phrase "the best camera is that with you" the camera is quite small and quite capable The reviews that stated that camera has not enough zoom, controls not quite simple etc. is just bunch of bs. Trust me when you see the size of this unit you will be amazed how capable this camera is.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I wanted a quality, compact camera which would fit easily in my pocket, yet better than using my iPhone. This camera has a Zeiss lens along with 20.1mp, so it does fit the requirement. I'm still working with it as the only issue I have is indoor/flash photos. Flash seems to wash out people and no flash won't focus well enough, so I'm sure it's me and not the camera and I'll figure it out.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Great Resolution, Small / Compact
Excerpt: I bought this to avoid taking 30 pounds of DSLR & accessories on a trip to Turkey. Truely a prudent decision...only wish the panaramic mode saved to RAW instead of Jpeg. Nice if interface was as intuitive as Canon.
Pros: Easy to Use, Fast Shutter Speed, Good in Low Light, Great Resolution, Small / Compact
You wouldn't believe this until you see the results for ...
Myungsu Kim, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: You wouldn't believe this until you see the results for yourself. I don't bring my DSLR (SONY A55) anymore. One thing I miss is GPS information. I'm trying to brainwash myself that GPS is not a big issue as long as I can recall where I took pictures. You -almost - MUST buy "Sony AGR2 Attachment Grip (Black)", I guess. They go together so well.