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  1. Glenn Surtees

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    How much reach do you need?
     
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    Hi Glenn,good question, i
    seems I have options around 200 400 480 and 600,for a gemini this is not good lol,
    if i want 600 I'm going to have to spend a lot compared to 400 and 200 i guess so lets say 400 would be nice but i could live with 200,
    if it was going to be my only camera i would go 600 though.
     
  3. dibbly dobbler

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    Are you loaded? If yes - Sony, If no - Panny :)
     
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    Ok between the RX10 and FZ1000?
     
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    FZ1000 has faster focussing and longer but slower lens. It has better video than the RX10 I but possibly not better than the RX10 II. The Sony feels better in the hand (IMHO). If you're likely to use off-camera flash then Sony has a lot more options than Panasonic.
     
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    My wife bought the RX10 MkIII Today hope it lives up to all the Hype.
     
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    Sony RX10 iii

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    Down in Northumberland yesterday and took the RX10iii for walkabout duties - brilliant as it is I prefer the RAW files out of the Fuji X-T1 particularly for landscapes. Much better resolution and colour rendition IMHO - hardly shock news I guess :)

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    Few from the concert One Love - nothing amazing but we were very very far back so quite happy with these - plus that I managed to smuggle it in!

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    Go on then, who are they? Must be famus cus I don't recognise them (Except the young lass on her own).
     
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    The girls from Little Mix! Hard to miss ;)
     
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    I was in John Lewis at the weekend when I spotted a RX10iii in the reduced cabinet for £1199 with their 2 year warranty , it has a 35 day return on it so I thought why not give it a try , then found out there's £150 cashback on it as well so at £1050 if it's as good as I hope it's going to be I might be keeping it.
     
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    That swallow is amazing. Seriously wondering if my FZ1000 is up to scratch or if the RX10 is beckoning..
     
  18. Glenn Surtees

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    Your FZ1000 has faster focussing than the RX10 iii, I know, I've had both.
     
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    A few from today in Rome..
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    A slightly better raw shot of the egret.. may just be me thinking the grass is greener, but i keep thinking the cropping potential is rather limited with this.. may just be me excoecitngthe world! Original and cropped version below :)
     
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    DIF (Dog In Flight)

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    Alby,do you just clip the raynox onto the FZ1000 lens or use a step ring and screw to that?
     
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    Sony RX10 iii

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    This one at 220mm

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    A few from my recent venture to Tenerife.. _1090399.jpg
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    brilliant shots mike.
     
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    Cheers :)
     
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    Definately some of the best I have seen with the Sony.
     
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    Cheers :)
     
  35. Gil Bev

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    Great snaps. I look back to the days when I had my Sony RX10 with fond memories.
     
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    Seriously considering the rx10 iii, the d7200 would have to go but I feel the all in one package would be far more convenient, anyone done similar and regretted it or glad they did?
     
  38. Glenn Surtees

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    I got rid of all of my m4/3 kit for thr RX10 iii with no regrets at all. It's £1249 at the moment.
     
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    got rid of my nikon d610 and lenses for the rx10 mkiii the carry around of all the kit was getting weighty
     
  40. Snapsh0t

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    I bought the original RX10 as a travel camera. After a year I found I hadn't used my D7100 at all so I sold it. I now have an RX10 III instead although analysis of the EXIF data shows that at most 10% of the shots are over 200mm. I have also added an a6300 to the collection but basically as a studio camera for very specific uses, with a very restricted set of lenses - I only went for Sony rather than Nikon as I had loads of suitable batteries and flashes but GAS is forcing me to fight the desire to replace the a6300 with an a7R or a7R II....
     

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