Hey everybody and thanks for checking in! I’ve been crazy busy working on the New SonyAlphaLab – Forum and have not really done much else the past few days. Sadly the Sony RX100 is going back to BHPhotoVideo.com today, but I did manage to take a few pictures just a few minutes ago off the deck. Some leaves have begun to fall in NY, and the colors are super vibrant!!
In addition to that, DXOMark.com just came out with the official Sony RX100 sensor Score!! If you a regular reader of this site I’ll bet money your able to guess how well the Sony sensor does against the competition?? See below for results!! My Hands on Review of the Sony RX100 is Here >>
Sony RX100 Sensor Score Results
Courtesy of DXOMark.com
Sony Vs Canon
Sony Vs Fuji
Sony Vs Nikon
Sony Vs Panasonic Micro 4/3rds
Sony Vs Sony??
Sony RX100 Image Quality
The Sony RX100 has incredible image quality and these very basic leaf photos, using a few different apertures at the minimum focus distance, really show it off well. In addition to that, they confirm the results in my opinion that DXOMark.com has published. Sony makes the best sensors, hands down!!
Be sure to Click the Photos for a nice Crisp 1200px Version!!
Carl Zeiss making more optics for the Nex camera system?? Looks pretty likely based on this press release I just got!! Carl Zeiss at photokina 2012 >>
That is about it for now, but I’m busy on the forum if you want to catch up over there!! I’m also strapping on the GoPro Hero 2 camera and taking a ride on the Banshee and possible the KTM as well if it will start 😉 Stay tuned for that video, as it’s sure to be fun at the very least! Besides, I need to get more comparison footage for the upcoming Sony version of the GoPro Mention over Here >>
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