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Dusk-Lit Cloud Over Santa Ana Peak

Posted by
Don Smith (California, United States) on 17 June 2016 in Landscape & Rural.

Here is another image captured with the new Sony RX10 III. This camera is on the larger side of compact cameras but here's the really cool part: it sports a 24mm - 600mm lens that starts at f/2.4 and crosses over to f/4 at 135mm all the way up to 600mm! The glass is Zeiss made and the images I am seeing, even on the extremes of both ends, are razor sharp. The new EVF reveals the true colors of the scene. But here is perhaps the craziest part - this camera retails for only $1498.00! The files are captured by a new 20.1 MP (57.1 MB 8-bit file) backlit illuminated sensor (for expanded dynamic range) and the new BIONZ X Image Processor. I'm off to Chicago today then I go onto Kauai next Tuesday. I will put it through its paces once I'm on the Island and write a more thorough blog. Suffice it to say, I'm enamored by this camera! If you are planning a summer vacation - this may be the only camera you need!

Dusk Lit Cloud Over Santa Ana Peak, San Benito County, California

#SonyRX10III, 184mm, f/16, 4 seconds, ISO 100, #SinghRayLBPolarizer

SONY DSC-RX10M3 4 seconds F/16.0 ISO 100 184 mm (35mm equiv.)

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