Sony RX10 is interesting for m4/3 users Locked

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sigala1
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Re: Well, it can't be small and large at the same time...
In reply to Paul De Bra, 6 months ago

Paul De Bra wrote:

The disadvantage of a large fixed lens is that it is all you get.

On m43 you can go small with a Pen or GM1 and 12-32 or 14-42X pancake zoom lens. And you can swap for large fast zoom lenses or smaller fast primes... or soon mount a huge 40-150 f/2.8 zoom lens. With the RX10 you get one nice lens and everything has a non-pocketable size.

Maybe good for some but I'm past that stage.

Nothing says the RX10 has to be your only camera.

In fact, an all-Sony shooter might own both RX10 and RX100 II.  The RX100 II is more pocketable than any m43 camera currently in production, and I suspect with potruding lens, the GM1 will be less pocketable than RX100 II.

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