And more intuitive
RX100 is a more capable camera, with newer technology, and Sony is leading the field. However, the LX100 has the viewfinder in a more usable location, and the manual controls of the LX100 really do...
LX100 isn't $800 in Australia. Cheapest price I've seen is $1000
I decided to get the LX100 instead. The G7's EVF was in the wrong spot for a left-eye shooter.
Mariano, in practice that doesn't seem to be the case. The RX100 is reliably sharp and retains great detail. People continually complain about the lack of detail in the LX100 photos, but not the...
Wow, this will be fun to pair with the new 100-400 lens for birding!
I'm still boss of Sony. When Sony (my company) comes out with the successor to the a6000, if it has 4K video, slow motion, IBIS, and a better kit lens and EVF, it's going to slaughter Panasonic...
I bought an LX100 in Japan for a full $300 less than the going price of the RX100 IV. Unless you need slow motion, or plan to have a $1100 camera flapping around in your cargo pants pocket all day,...
Just ordered the Panasonic LX100. Looking forward to it.
I'm going to buy this camera for my trip to Japan. It's a great deal with the 14-140mm lens.
For anyone interested in video, this camera is unique: a 4k ILC under $1000.
Would these be good lenses to attach to my Pentax Q as a walk-around option for my trip to Europe to take photos of the interiors of churches, etc?
On the Pentax Q, this would be a 90-450mm lens.
According to this studio test, the Pentax Q7 at ISO 12800 looks better than the Nikon D750 at ISO 100, although I admit that what is meant by the word "better" can be subjective.
Could you please compare the dynamic range, resolution, and low-light ability of the 5Ds/r to the Pentax Q? I'm trying to decide which one to get. Thanks.