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Shot with this camera. I'm not sure on it's specs, but it takes a video I'm content with for a point and shoot.
After all your valuable input I have made a decision. I thought long and hard about this. I chose the Sony RX100 mark II. It was more than I wanted to spend for a camera, but I looked at it as an investment to last me a long time! Thank you all for your help!
At work we manged to get a camera from Sony to test. I have to say that its not much different from the RX100M2 and certainly is not worth the money Sony want for it.
In my opinion if you want a RX100 get the RX100M2 it's pretty much the same camera and half the price.
Sony Rx100m2 You can find them used regularly for under $500. Its a great learning camera, a lot of the manual options from a DSLR, a hot shoe, shoots raw AND fits in your pocket so you can take it anywhere. You can shoot a wide range of things with it but it will fall down in extreme low light. No lenses, no muss, no fuss. Get used to and learn with that and once you find out exactly what you are looking for in a bigger camera then you can make a more informed choice. Yes it is a point and shoot but read the reviews on this it is not a typical point and shoot at all.
I hardly use the camera on my phone, I prefer to carry this with me. It's obviously thicker than the phone, but smaller in all other dimensions.
Try the Sony RX100 ii or the Sony RX100 i.
They're probably better than the G16 or A5000. You get a flash hotshoe on the RX100 ii, as well.
Seems like Lynnette records every track meet and every school function. Its about time that they buy a real FUCKING camera and stop with the shitty cell phone videos.
Someone send this to her-