I have put together a 10-minute video showing some accessories that can be used with the Sony RX10 III camera. Here is the link:
As of today, Photographer’s Guide to the Sony RX10 III, recently published by White Knight Press in ebook formats, is also available in a paperback edition. The book is currently available through Amazon.com for $24.95. It will become available at other Amazon sites worldwide within the next few days or weeks, in addition to online sellers such as barnesandnoble.com.
For a direct link to the book’s page at Amazon.com, please click on this link.
For general information about the book, please visit the book’s main information page at this site.
As of today, Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX10 III is available for purchase through this site in its three downloadable versions–PDF, Kindle, and iPad, at $9.95 for the bundle of those three files. The paperback version of the book will be available for sale through Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, and other online sellers within the next week or so. The individual ebook versions also will become available from the Amazon, Apple, Nook, Kobo, and Google sites within the next several days.
For more information, please see the book’s main information page at this site.
I am finishing up my latest book, Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX10 III, which should be published by the end of July. In writing that book, I came across a new (to me) menu option on the Custom menu, called Video Light Mode. I found that, using that option, you can control a compatible video light using the controls of the RX10 III camera. The only compatible model listed in Sony’s documentation is the HVL-LBPC, so I purchased that light and checked it out. It works as advertised, and I have made a five-minute video that demonstrates the use of that light with the RX10 III camera. Here is the video:
Today I have published my newest camera guide book, Photographer’s Guide to the Panasonic ZS100/TZ100, in three electronic versions: PDF, ePub (for iPad, etc.), and mobi (for Kindle). I have also uploaded the Kindle file to Amazon.com, so the Kindle version should be available there within about a day, for those who prefer to purchase Kindle books directly from Amazon.
The paperback version of the book should be available within the next couple of weeks. For more information, please see the book’s main information page at this site.
I have just published Photographer’s Guide to the Sony RX1R II, a complete guide to the operation of Sony’s full-frame compact camera. This book is 224 pages long in its paperback version, which will be available within the next few weeks. As of today, the book is available through this site in a bundle of three versions: PDF, ePub (for iPad, iPhone, etc.), and mobi (for Kindle).
The new book is now available directly from Amazon for the Kindle through the link below:
The book is available from the Apple iBooks Store also; see this link for a preview or to purchase the book there:
The book will be available through the Barnes & Noble site for the Nook, and others, within the next week or so.
Please check out the book’s main information page at this site for further details.
The latest book from White Knight Press, Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX10 II, is now available for purchase from Amazon.com in a paperback edition for $26.95. The printed book has the same content as the ebook versions, which are for sale through this site as well as through Amazon, the Apple iBooks Store, and elsewhere. For more information, please see the book’s main information page at this site.
I have just finished posting for sale the ebook versions of Photographer’s Guide to the Sony DSC-RX10 II, a follow-up to my earlier book on the RX10. The new book has 318 pages in the printed version, and more than 450 color photographs or illustrations. The book covers all features, menus, controls, and functions of the RX10 II camera. For more information, please see the book’s main page at this site.
I just learned that Sony has released a firmware upgrade to Version 1.20 for both the RX100 IV and RX10 II camera models, which are quite similar in their menu options and operation. The upgrade provides the same change for both cameras. According to Sony, the purpose of the new firmware version is to “improve a focus shift condition with HFR (High Frame Rate) recording.” That problem evidently is the one discussed in this thread at the dpreview.com forums.
That is all the upgrade is designed to do, so, if you don’t use HFR recording (super-slow-motion video recording), you may not need the new firmware. However, I always install new firmware versions as they become available, and it probably is a good idea to install this one as well.
To get the new version for the RX100 IV, you can go to this link at Sony’s support site. You then have to select your computer’s operating system to get to the page with the file to download and the instructions for installing the update. Here is a link to the similar page for the RX10 II.