Photographer's Guide to the Sony DSC-RX III is an updated version of an e -mail message with links to the PDF, site, and iPad versions of the book. Photographer's Guide to the Sony DSC-RX III: Getting the Most from Sony's Alexander White provides users of the RX III with a manual covering all. Photographer's Guide to the Sony RX III [Alexander S. White] on . Alexander White provides users of the RX III with a manual covering all.

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Download the Book:Photographer's Guide To The Sony Dsc-Rx PDF For Free, Preface: With the release of the DSC-RX II camera, Sony has built upon . The Photographer's Guide to the Sony DSC-RX III is available now for $ in PDF, iPad, and site formats for download through the. This book is a complete guide to using the Sony DSC-RX III camera, one of the Alexander White provides users of the RX III with a manual covering all .

The button to the right of the Kobo button is for Google Play. Could you please clarify? There is room for confusion on this topic, because there are several settings with similar names and functions. Figure is meant to show you that you will not always see the effects of the Creative Style setting that is in use. There is no Picture Effect turned on; those effects have names such as Toy Camera, Posterization, Miniature, and others. In Figure , even though the Sepia setting for Creative Style is turned on, the screen does not appear sepia-colored, because the Setting Effect Off option is in use.

Thanks for the quick response and explanation, Alex. Now I understand the intent of Fig.

I guess I got confused because the Picture Effect icon is turned also off in the figure and I thought you were referring to that icon in the book.

This just also made me realize that the Setting Effect is not shown in the Function Menu lower line 6 by default. I bumped it off and placed the Setting Effect instead, which I use often, and now the camera feels better in my hand. Thanks again and keep up the great work. Looking forward to either the Sony A or A9 guide this year. I did that, but when the camera was shut off, the settings were lost.

If you begin with the menu button, and navigate to setup, it works. However, the book does not tell you how to change from AM to PM. I stumbled onto how to do that, but I recommend that step be added to any revision of the book. There are few differences, but what exactly what are they, and what is the best way to take advantage of them? Any advice and suggestions would be appreciated! Hello, Bob — I just received my new RX IV camera the other day and have not yet a chance to start reviewing its operation in detail.

My understanding is that the main differences are in the video features, including 4K video and super slow-motion video. There also is a capability for very fast shutter speeds using an electronic shutter.

I will be working with these features over the next several weeks in order to write my new book for this camera, which I hope to publish by September or October. In the meantime, you might want to check the Sony Cyber-shot Talk Forum at dpreview. Thank you very much, Alex, for the suggestions about where I might find some additional information.

Might it be available somewhere online? Thanks again, Bob. Hi, Bob. I was wondering whether it would beneficial for me to download your RX III book since much of features on both models are suppose to be similar?

Thanks, Ray. Hi, Ray — Yes, the RX III book would be beneficial because there are many menu options and other features in common between the two models. You would just have to expect there to be some confusion because there are several added features on the RX IV and considerable differences in areas such as the range of shutter speeds, which is considerably greater on the RX IV.

Thanks very much for your offer to work something out — I will definitely download the III book now. Hi, David — Okay, that sounds good.

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If you will send me a reminder after the RX IV book is available, that will help. In the meantime, do you think your guidebook on the RX10ii would be helpful? Headed to Scotland in a few weeks and would really like to get more comfortable with the new camera.

I do think the RX10 II book would be fairly helpful for the new camera model. There are of course several differences, such as the lack of an ND filter, the longer lens, and some new options, such as Zoom Assist and Focus Hold, but overall the similarities far outweigh the differences. Hello Alex, Greetings from SF. Can the user set the orientation in the menu?

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You can check the Self-portrait Timer option on screen 3 of the Custom menu, which sets the countdown timer for self-portraits. I have read on the forums that you may need to be sure the LCD screen is pressed completely into the selfie orientation.


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I've been here a long, long time and I have seen this many times. The last time I saw this I also complained, I'm not singling anyone out. FWIW, I think the author jumped the gun.

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I could be wrong about this. I hope I am, and if I am I'll be the first to admit it and apologize. I appreciate the effort the author put into his work. It's not a question of that. I sell stock photography.

It took me years, but I finally have a large enough group of regulars who come to me first for their stock photography needs and put a check in the mailbox every month.

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I'm here over 10 years, and to this day I have never posted a link to my stock photography website.See more.

Maybe someone who has actually read Gary's book can comment on this!

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