Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Putting the Sony RX10 M4 To The Test

A while back Steve and I had the chance to test a Sony RX10 M4 camera. I have said it before, this is a sweet camera and one that I would love to own some day.I especially love the quick focusing, and 24 frames per second shooting is amazing as well. 
We went to Ft. Whyte Nature centre to put this camera to the test. Oh did I mention it also has a 600mm zoom on it.
All the following pictures were taken at Ft.Whyte and I am almost certain that these were all taken by Steve.


The indoor display of the Burrowing Owls, has lower light, but the end results are still quite nice.


You all know that I love reflections so this one is perfect for me.


The following three pictures were possible because if this camera's fast shooting capabilities. Some of the images may not be perfectly sharp, but remember it was also very cloudy and this was in a wooded area, so light was low.

I love those delicate wings.

Landing gear is down and touchdown should be at any second.

I should add that I have not been asked to do this and am receiving no payment for this.
I simply want to share these images and the perks of this camera.

17 comments:

  1. Stunning photos. Those wings and "Touch-down" are quite amazing.

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  2. i can't decide which one I love the MOST!!! these are AMAZING! the wing spreads are transparent and gorgeous and that touchdown has a hug grin on my face... I checked the price so I know I will never have one, but I also don't have the skills Steve does. but then he had two photographers for parents.

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  3. Wow, Ruth. These shots are beautiful! I had to go to a lighter camera with my health issues. It's very nice, but my old Canon with the heavy lenses was always so sharp!

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  4. Wow what fantastic pictures. That is one amazing camera in the hands of a great photographer!

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  5. Great shots especially the flight of the chickadees. Great camera!

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  6. Oh what stunning shots! Those wind spread shots are amazing!

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  7. So how did you get the camera, is it Steve's? The pictures are really lovely, especially the ones of the Chickadees.

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  8. I think those last three are pretty awesome myself...I would be happy with them...

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  9. Beautiful photos! My camera dies last week, so I am looking for a new one, but it won't be this good.

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  10. Fantastic. As much as I love the bird photos here, I really favor the reflection photo.

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  11. These are marvelous photos. I can see why this camera is on your 'wish list'.

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  12. Wow! Amazing shots! Is that a 35 mm camera?

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  13. I love the owl photo! They are all so beautiful. Nice work.

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  14. Your photos are enthralling. I have to confess to a bit of camera-envy.

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  15. beautiful images ruth, nice that you get to try the camera out!!

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  16. Oh my goodness...those photos are magnificent!
    Thank you for sharing such beauty with us through the lens of that camera.

    Lovely post ❤

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  17. Wow. Such exquisite pictures. I love each one. Wishing you a nice Friday.

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