Further Thoughts on the Sony QX10 and QX100 Hub Lens Cameras

I have had the QX10 and QX100 now for several weeks and my views on them have slightly changed. They are both excellent however I now carry the QX10 with me more than the QX100.

I carry the QX10 permanently with me as it is considerably lighter and smaller to pocket. It also has 10x optical zoom so for most situations it is a better option to carry.

If I know I will be travelling to somewhere specifically where I intend to take photos or where there might be an opportunity for good shots then I will take the QX100. The QX100 takes incredible quality photos.

But if I had to choose just one, it would be the QX10. If I wanted QX100 quality I would use a DSLR camera instead.

However, my wife and I have been out several times with our iPhone 5S’s using the QX10 and QX100 and had a great time using them. More fun actually than most cameras.

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6 thoughts on “Further Thoughts on the Sony QX10 and QX100 Hub Lens Cameras

  1. I have now LG g2 + QX10 for some weeks.
    It’s a good combo. LG is perfect.
    Sony could be perfect, but
    DRIVER SHOULD BE BETTER!
    There should be a way to control iso!
    And better if also shutter speed and aperture.

    There should be some demontrations to Sony
    that products this incomplete are not permitted…

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      1. Did you notice?
        When there is not much light “Superior Auto”
        does better work than P mode.
        It’s a bit like HDR and it will use lower iso.
        The result is better dynamics and less noise.
        In normal light i feel this “Superior auto” makes colors more unnatural
        Thats why i use P when possible.

        But,
        there is not
        or i haven’t find any documentation of that
        in Sonys booklets or site.

        It’s really a pity
        Sony loose it’s fine innovation
        in poor app programming
        and poor documentation.

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  2. Sorry,i said wrong.
    In superior auto it takes higher iso.
    For exemple 1600 in superior mode
    When in same situation iso 800 in P mode.

    The result is better with superior
    As it makes some sort of HDR.
    In good light i prefer P mode.

    Did you find better documentation than Sonys
    Which way to use this little camlens?

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