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  1. Greetings all. I have a few questions for you RX100 shooters out there. My Lumix LX5 is starting to get on a bit now, and, although the images still pass QC, its just a matter of time before QC blows me a raspberry and fails its images on Unsuitable Camera. Therefore I am looking towards a new walkabout camera (I say that with the casual ease of someone who hasn’t mentioned it to the Boss yet). I know the overwhelming vote here is for the Sony RX100 in any of its five versions. I have a couple of questions about it. How do you get on with its dynamic range?
  2. I've had some good video results with this camera but would prefer to view via a 'focus hood' for video work. Can anyone suggest a focus hood that will fit a Sony RX100?
  3. I have just ordered for my husband (yeah, right!!), the Sony RX100. Any tips on using this P&S for him (and, ahem, me!)? It would appear ideal for street photography which I tend to do a lot and also weekend snaps for my husband when he is zooming around the New South Wales, Oz countryside on his motorbike(s). Cheers Sheila
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