Hotel room and brothel photography is a delicate art that depends on the ability to snap a few good shots in low light conditions. Often there is little chance to get more than a few photos, so it’s important to get it right. Although smart phones are replacing point and shoot cameras, many lack the sensors for good low light images, have marginal flash capability and are just too integrated with our real lives.
For example, if images of your recent Costa Rica vacation come home on your phone, then you really should waste not time to transfer those images to some other safer device. If not, then you are going to have really sexy shots on your iPhone that you take to work, use to show family photos and have connected with just about everything in your digital life.
Those who are looking to capture the best parts of their trip to Costa Rica or the Dominican Replic shoot invest in a point and shoot camera that works well in low light situations. Top of the line for quality photos in low light is the Sony Cybershot DSC-RX100, which has the Exmor High Speed CMOS Senor.
Exmor is different from traditional digital cameras because the sensor is thinner and images lack “noise”, which in low light will appear as visible pixels or fuzzy images. Both high ISO photos in low light and digitally zoomed images where you increase the magnification with a photo editor will come out a good deal clearer.
Sony DSC-RX100 also comes with a Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens, which has a 3.6x optical zoom. Although it also comes with a flash, its highly probable you will not need to even use it in may situations. Of course having a flash comes in handy when you have some time for your chica to pose.
- Product Description for Sony DSC-RX100 on Amazon