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  1. ghlyall

    There is so much quality in this camera, and so much flexibility. Highly recommended.

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  2. Soul JR

    I really want to be able to do this but how do you set up the camera and
    Edit the photos

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  3. Pedro Pires

    Almost all of the pictures you've shown are of still objects/people. Street photography is much more than that. Can't get many conclusions on this camera for street photography based on your video.

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  4. Salimah Mahomed

    I had the a6300 and will never go near a Sony again…too complicated. Fuji all the way…

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  5. Pierre-Alain Maire

    My experience with the rx100 (I've had two rx100iii) is that it's so small and light, you forget to hold it correctly ! With one hand, at full arm lenght, you can have blurry pictures… but if you hold it firmly, with two hands, as you would do for any other bigger camera, you can go really slow. Using a strap around the wrist helps, too. Thanks for your videos Pablo, always a pleasure to watch !

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  6. HyperTeddyBear

    The 1” sensor coupled with the Zeiss lens still places this above most point and click cameras. There have been a few instances where I have been blown away with some of the photos taken with the RX100.

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  7. Patty Tous

    Hi Pablo! Thanks again… but I prefer shooting with my Fuji mirrorless cameras. 🙂

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  8. GKhan

    for me, Sony is not for photograpgy. They have no history for that.The colours and design of the camera is ugly. Also menu system. I like Fuji and it's colours. I prefer Fuji for photography.

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  9. Andrew Criswell

    As I am sure you know, Mark IV is the most recent Rx100 series. Would an upgrade be worthwhile?

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  10. Philip Rice

    I wish that you'd discuss how you post-process your FujiFilm RAF files.

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  11. fishycomics

    As much as i use my Sony, My HX90V series does food job, for me, and my gopro session to Lol

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  12. Through the Temisphere

    I liked how you listened to people's comments and made a video about it – great work! Always look forward to your videos.

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  13. sean

    Hey Pablo we have exactly the same cameras from your rx to x100t!, I was just wondering when using your x100t do you shoot strictly in raw because I love using classic chrome and you can't use such a simulation whilst in raw mode

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  14. sean

    Hey Pablo we have exactly the same cameras from your rx to x100t!, I was just wondering when using your x100t do you shoot strictly in raw because I love using classic chrome and you can't use such a simulation whilst in raw mode

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  15. Dion Forster

    Thanks for the review Pablo. I love my RX100 (I have a MK I with a dust spot and a MK III). They are super cameras for vloggin and still photography. The MK III is great since the screen flips up and it has an electronic viewfinder – but the lens doesn't seem as sharp as the MK I.

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  16. Old Cameras

    Hahaha. Love the ghetto hack to mount the GoPro there 🙂 I don't know why I never thought of that.

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  17. Aaron's Hobbies Presents

    Great as usual! Is it just me, or do you miss the real shutter sound of a "real" camera?

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  18. hernesc

    Hello Pablo, great vlog and amazing photos!

    What editing program do you use please? I am going to buy new Mac (now I have PC with free GIMP program) and I don't know any photo-editing program on Mac. What do you recommend? Thank you

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  19. Gary Robinson

    i think it takes great photos but isn't very exciting to handle and use.

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