Originally Posted by kevenv
My recommendations at this stage are:
1. Familiarise yourself with the full manual at:
DSC-RX100 | Cyber-shot User Guide
2. Use Sony's own image converter program to convert RAWs to TIFF/JPG at this stage until Adobe has an update.
3. If you use Lightroom, you may need to tweak eg vibrance for this camera profile to ensure your colors match the image in the Sony image converter program
4. Get yourself some form of case that suits your needs so you don't end up with scratches. I got a $3 LCD protector from my vendor and a snug neoprene case from ebay. The Sony LCD protector looks good but I don't know if it's out yet. They are also releasing a universal battery charger in the Autumn. I like that idea (ie having a spare battery always charged) better than the idea of getting an external portable battery charger like the zaggsparq. You might also want to get a cheap micro HDMI cable. I picked one up for $10 - great for viewing images and videos on the big screen in your lounge
Sony RX-100 and Canon TX-1