Sony RX100 III vs. Fuji X30 Comparison

Kai over at DigitalRev recently took the Sony RX100 III and Fuji X30 for a test drive with the intent of finding out which camera is the better advanced pocket shooter.

On the spec side, the RX100 II leads the way with a larger 1″ sensor and higher resolution at 20.1MP. The Fuji X30 has a 2/3″ sensor and 12MP resolution. He covers ergonomics of the two cameras as well and gives quite a bit of attention to the electronic viewfinders. Check out the video above for the full report.

DxO Optics Pro v9.5.1 Adds Raw File Support for Sony A7S and RX100 III

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DxO Optics Pro has been updated to version 9.5.1 with added support for the following cameras:

Additionally, 376 new camera/lens combos have been added to library of DxO Optics Modules.

More about DxO Optics Pro 9 on the DxO Labs website.

Sony RX100 III Unveiled with Fast Lens and Built-in EVF

Sony RX100 III

Sony continues to reign supreme with the advanced compact camera market. It’s most recent camera, the Sony Cyber-shot RX100 III, takes the product line a step further by delivering a fast 24-70mm equivalent lens with an f/1.8-2.8 aperture. That’s a full stop better than what the RX100 II lens delivers at 70mm. Of course, you pay for it a bit in the lens size, which further results in a shorter telephoto reach (compared to the 100mm telephoto reach of the RX100 II). The RX100 III lens includes a built-in 3-stop ND filter. [Read more...]