Sony RX100 M2 & Auto-HDR – Daytime in NYC

One of the coolest features in the extremely cool Sony RX100 M2 is its Auto-HDR capabilities.  This little wonder will automatically judge how many photos it will take to accurately capture the image, take the series and combine the series into one photo in a matter of seconds.  You can specify the number for the HDR from 1 to 6 stops or leave it in Auto and let it be the judge.  The only drawback is that the photo composite is saved as a JPG.  It would be nice to also have the option to saved the series of photos as RAW.

It was a beautiful evening this weekend, so I decided to go to the Top of the Rock.  This setting really pushes the Sony RX100 M2 to its limits.  Yes, a DSLR like the Canon 7D will capture more fine detail, but it won’t fit in your pocket.  If you look at this series, you will see the camera performs incredibly well.  And, using the Auto-HDR feature, it does an excellent job at capturing the details.

Wait til you see how the Sony RX100 M2 performs at night…

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Sony RX100 M2 & Auto-HDR – Daytime in NYC

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