David Kilpatrick wrote:I've just confirmed that I did refer to Micro USB, I've made it clearer by capitalising Mini USB as well to ensure that I am referring to a standard.
I have checked the stabilisation and added this paragraph, as the Active video stabilisation is definitely pixel shift:
When shooting video in 16:9 format with stabilisation set to Standard (optical) or Off, the lens range is trimmed to 29-105mm equivalent, and the image is cropped only slightly on pressing the Movie button. If you set Active stabilisation for video, optical stabilisation is replaced by pixel shift electronic stabilisation on the sensor. The crop is to 0.87X of the normal video field (measured here), meaning that the effective focal length range for Active video is 33-120mm. This 0.87X factor is exactly the same as the NEX-7 video crop factor.
David Kilpatrick wrote:It has been a constant companion, that's the only issue - I use it far more than I would any other camera.
I don't really like the handling of the RX100 though the price is a bit better now. The IQ is excellent has to be said maybe the next version will iron out some issues.
No viewfinder again a mistake IMO for this market. Wake up time Sony premium compact and many want a viewfinder (of some type)
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