Kitchendraw 6.0 Full Genl
Canteen kitchens (and castle kitchens) were often the places where new technology was used first. For instance, Benjamin Thompson's "energy saving stove", an early 19th-century fully closed iron stove using one fire to heat several pots, was designed for large kitchens; another thirty years passed before they were adapted for domestic use.
Kitchendraw 6.0 Full Genl
Like its immediate predecessor, the Mark VI offers quick and accurate on-sensor phase detection autofocus, the ability to shoot at up to 24 frames per second and highly detailed 4K video taken from the full width of its sensor. It becomes the first RX100-series camera to offer a touchscreen and has a redesigned electronic viewfinder that can be activated or stowed-away with a single push.
i had enough of that lens cover get stuck, need to shake it for full opening.. such sensitive mechanism. it will make more sense to replace it with a filter thread, uv filter will protect the lens better
I don't have lint in my pockets. Plus I never put my camera in my pocket. My RX100III is full of dust from regular use. I use my M43 cameras much more and none of them have dust inside. RX100 models are know to suck in loads of dust.
I like this camera. I own its cousin, the RX10 IV, and love it. But this camera has significant flaws, ones that Sony could and should fix in future generations and probably should have fixed in this generation. I can understand why it missed Gold. It needs a much better menu system, a fully-functional touchscreen, a mic jack (or the ability to connect to a wireless mic vis bluetooth) and a built-in ND filter or else threads for a screw-on one. Those aren't limitations, they are design flaws. Sony should know better by now. It's a great camera, but those issues are real and significant.
No mic jack and can't connect a mic over bluetooth, no ND filter and can't accept screw-on filters, menu system is annoying and it lacks enough customizable controls to compensate, touchscreen is not fully functional.
Chris and Jordan are enjoying some well deserved time off this week, so we're taking a trip in the wayback machine to revisit the launch of Canon's original full-frame mirrorless camera, the EOS R. Give it a watch to see how far Canon's mirrorless line has come.
The a7R V is the fifth iteration of Sony's high-end, high-res full-frame mirrorless camera. The new 60MP Mark IV, gains advanced AF, focus stacking and a new rear screen arrangement. We think it excels at stills.