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> Sony RX100, New standard for compact camera ? (Photography)

post Sep 16 2019, 10:52 AM

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QUOTE(hyperx @ Aug 20 2019, 08:05 PM)
Hi guys, i have A6000 for almost 4 years and i often use wide lens to go with it. Recently i came across with this RX series. I find it is so compact and small. I love the small form factor as it is much easy to carry around, although i can say A6000 is not as huge as dslr or A7.

My question, how is the image quality in real world situation? Given the fact recent RX6 or 7 have a newer technology despite its smaller sensor. I often print out my photos and put it into albums. But usually 4R or 5R size only. Will i ‘downgrade’ by changing my camera to RX?
QUOTE(JasonTheGreat @ Aug 20 2019, 08:49 PM)
Same as me. I had my A6000 in 2014 and uses Twin Zeiss Touit lens. Love it. But sold them already as too heavy to bring around for holiday. Now looking at RX100.
Same situation here... currently own a A6000, but a bit too bulky for holidays. Also wondering whether it is a downgrade if I change to RX100/G5X. So what did you all buy in the end?


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