The Sony RX100 Mark III is a high-end point-and-shoot camera that was released in May of 2012. It features a large 1-inch sensor, fast autofocus, full manual controls, and rich video features. The RX100 is often compared to DSLR cameras, but its smaller size and weight make it more appealing to travel photographers. The Mark III is the latest model in the RX100 series, and it features an updated autofocus system and a new Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T* lens. The RX100 Mark III is an excellent choice for anyone looking for a high-quality point-and-shoot camera.
The camera manual is a useful resource for learning about all the features and functions of your device. Reading the manual can help you discover new features and get the most out of your device. It can help you troubleshoot problems, customize settings, and optimize its performance. With proper usage, there is less risk of damage, and you’ll learn how to get the most out of it.
Manuals for the Sony RX100
Please be sure to read and save the entire manual before using your Sony RX100 Mark III. Misuse may damage the unit or cause harm or serious injury. Read this manual in its entirety before using the unit, and save it for future reference.
- Pocket-friendly design
- Popup electronic viewfinder
- Bright lens across the zoom range
- Great performance with very fast autofocus
- Very high resolution gives lots of detail in good light; High ISO noise levels are much better than most pocket camera rivals
- Wi-Fi wireless networking
(102 x 58 x 41 mm)
|Sensor Manufacturer:||Sony Exmor R|
|Sensor Format:||1 inch|
|Sensor size:||116.16mm2 (13.20mm x 8.80mm)|
|Approximate Pixel Pitch:||2.41 microns|
|Focal Length Multiplier:||2.7x|
|Color Filter Type:||RGBG|
|Anti Aliasing Filter:||Fixed|
|Sensor shift image stabilization:||No|
|On-Sensor Phase Detect:||No|
|DxO Sensor Score:||67|
|DxO Color Depth Score (bits):||22.4|
|DxO Dynamic Range Score (evs):||12.3|
|DxO Maximum Effective ISO Score (iso):||495|