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Photographer’s Guide to the Sony RX100 VII

Overview:

Photographer’s Guide to the Sony RX100 VII is a complete guide to the menus, controls, and features of Sony’s compact camera, the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VII.  This book, printed at a size of 8.5 by 11 inches (216 by 280mm)  with a two-column format, has 267 pages and more than 500 color photographs and illustrations, including photographs taken with the RX100 VII camera and illustrations of the camera’s menus and screens.

This guide to the RX100 VII is available in a bundle of three downloadable versions through this site for $9.95. Please use the Buy eBook button to purchase the bundle. If you purchase the book through this site, you will receive an e-mail message with links to the PDF, Kindle, and iPad versions of the book. The book will also available from other sellers in ebook form. The paperback version will be available with a list price of $31.95 from Amazon.com and other Amazon sites, as well as from Barnesandnoble.com and some other online booksellers.

To get an idea about the contents of the book, you can download the table of contents, the   index, or an excerpt from the book. You can also see some  sample photos from the book.

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Photographer’s Guide to the Sony RX100 VII is a complete guide to the menus, controls, and features of Sony’s compact camera, the Cyber-shot DSC-RX100 VII.  This book, printed at a size of 8.5 by 11 inches (216 by 280mm)  with a two-column format, has 267 pages and more than 500 color photographs and illustrations, including photographs taken with the RX100 VII camera and illustrations of the camera’s menus and screens.

22 thoughts on “Photographer’s Guide to the Sony RX100 VII

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  2. William Krone

    I purchased the electronic version of your book on the SONY RX100 VII. I am very pleased with the book so far. I am half way through the book and It is an easy read and I’ve learned a lot. Thanks!

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  3. Marcy Cohen

    Hi- I just bought your book and looking forward to reading. I went fast forward to the remote control section in the hopes if solving a problem I have encountered. I bought a wired Vello2- I set it for an unlimited number of exposures 15 minutes apart/ it shoots a few shots and then stops. I think because the camera turns off. I have set Function for VF to Not Power Off- any thoughts on my problem?

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    1. Alex White

      Hello — My first thought is that the Function for VF Close option controls what the camera does when the viewfinder is pushed down into the camera’s body, so I doubt that that option is involved with this problem. I would suggest instead checking the setting for the Power Save Start Time menu option, which controls how long the camera waits before powering off when no controls are operated. I would think the camera would not power off while the remote control is working, but maybe that setting has some effect in this situation. You also might want to check the Auto Power Off Temperature setting. And, you might want to consider powering the camera with a plug-in power source during the remote control operation, using a dummy battery inserted into the battery compartment. That’s all I can think of at the moment.

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  4. John Yates

    Hello, I purchased your guide to The Sony RX100 III and have found it very useful. However, it is a big book and difficult to take out on field trips. I have recently upgraded to a Sony RX100 VII and do not really want another large book – do you plan to issue a smaller printed book? Also’. will I get added value if I buy the Version 7 book when I also have the version 3.? On the plus side, if there was a smaller printed edition I would have no problem buying it. I do not have a kindle.

    Regards
    John

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    1. Alex White

      Hello, John — I’m glad to hear you found the RX100 III book useful. I don’t have a plan to publish a smaller print version of the RX100 VII book. If I did, it would be very thick and considerably more expensive to print (and purchase). However, that book is available in three downloadable formats: PDF, Kindle, and ePub. All three of them can be read on smartphones or tablets. For example, you can download the Kindle app and read the Kindle version that way. The ePub version works well with Apple devices, and the PDF version is useful also. As to whether the newer book is worth purchasing, here is a link to view the table of contents for that book: https://whiteknightpress.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/sonyrx100viitoc.pdf. I would say there is a considerable amount of new content, with a fair amount of repetition from the older books as well, but I hope you can judge that from looking at the table of contents.

      Alex White

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  5. Kanchan kumar basu

    can it help all leading cameras operation like Nikkon and Cannon DSLR and mirror less cameras

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  6. Hans Vogler

    Eres no muy claro, pero creo que quieres decir que deseas comprar el libro electrónico sobre la Sony cámara DSC RX 100 VII y leerlo en su teléfono. Vivo el los Países Bajos y compré ese libro ayer. Me costó €11,95 IVA incluido. Podría pagarlo a través mi cuenta bancaria y en 5 minutos podría descargar el libro en mi Android tableta y mi Windows computadora. No tuve experiencia de descargarlo en un teléfono.

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  7. Udo Rudolph

    Thank you for the conscientiousness and competence you invested. The result is a comprehensive and extremely helpful book of outstanding clarity.
    Warm regards: UR.

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