Panasonic Lumix LX-3 vs Ricoh GR Digital III - which is faster/better for low light?
Currently using a Sigma DP1 to do daytime still-life, landscape types of images - want to also purchase another 'pocket' pro-sumer camera, and have it nailed down to 2 options, the Panasonic Lumix LX-3 vs Ricoh GR Digital III. Which do you all think is the better camera for shooting/focusing in low light situations, and generally is a faster camera? I ask because the DP1, while amazing, is the slowest beast I've ever used, love it, but boy is it epic. I'm still concerned obviously getting the best overall image quality, but can understand if it won't be the same without a Foveon sensor, just want something fast, for portraits, and night time work. Thanks a bunch all.
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