Lofi: 1080/60p. The Nex-5N and the Nex-7 already have problems with that. This camera seems to be even smaller. So does it overheat?
These cameras have APS-C sensors. They are four times the size of the RX100 sensor and require considerably more heat dissipation. Yet the 5N body (near the sensor) is the same thickness as the RX100. Here's guessing the RX100 will fair much better heatwise.
Ann Chaikin: The percents and awards don't seem consistent. The Nex 5N and GH2 both got 79% but the Nex got gold and the GH2 got silver. What's with that?
Perhaps because the Panasonic costs quite a bit more. With higher cost comes an expectation of higher quality. The GH2 costs a fair bit more but doesn't provide any additional quality (percentage) over the NEX-5N to justify it.
What makes the NEX-5N a nice camera is that it has profound low-light performance, and excellent HD, for $700 including lens.