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Posts by tag: sony rx100 mk2

Reviews August 11, 2013 posted by

A Family Day in Llandudno: First impressions of the Sony RX100M2

Update: please also check out the Scaling Bird Rock Gallery, High ISO comparison and in-depth video review for more pictures and feedbacks about the camera!

Yesterday, we went on a day trip to North Wales to visit the Great Orme, a massive hill that hugs the bustling city of Llandudno. One of the primary goals of that trip was to stop at the Cambrian Photography shop in Colwyn Bay to have a second ‘hands-on’ with the yet-to-be-released Panasonic DMC-GX7. Unfortunately, it has been shipped to another location, so we left the shop not only with a brand new Sony RX100M2 (one of only 50 in the country) but a cake as well. Yes, a cake! Because at the Cambrian Photography shop, they also sell sweets! So, if you want to find out more about the new RX100 II, or discover which type of cake we bought, keep on reading! ;-)

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A Family Day in Llandudno: First impressions of the Sony RX100M2
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