Betty LaRue Posted December 17, 2015 Share Posted December 17, 2015 I recently took three cameras to St. Croix. My Fujinon XT1, my Sony RX100 and the RX100M3. I really planned to do most of my shooting with the Fuji. I did use it a bit, but since this trip was a family vacation, somehow it was more convenient due to the small size of the Sonys, to shoot with them. I brought the original RX because it zooms to 100mm and thought I would find it handiest. Yet somehow the M3 was in my hands 90% of the time. I didn't find the 70mm reach any problem. With wide open beaches, I just moved in a bit closer. Like the last time I went to St. Croix, I wore a tiny purse with the long strap cross body. The Sony fits perfectly and the weight caused my ailing neck no pain. This is very important, because it doesn't take much to send me down a painful road. Most of the images I've been adding to my port is shot with thr RX100M3. I had very little CA to deal with. The occasional bit you'll get with any camera, where leaves are against a bright sky, in a corner, but less problems than my Nikons of the past with top of the line lenses. I even tried the night scene setting one night. Hand held!! This works a treat for low noise images. Wish that scene shot RAW, but I tweaked the jpegs just fine in LR. Tomorrow one image shot with "night scene" should be live. I just finished prepping it. If I were on a shoot by myself, with no family involved, I'd go Fuji. Love the sharpness from it. But anytime I'm in a group and doing group activities, the Sony is the way to go. Betty Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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