HX30V Singapore night

Started Dec 9, 2012 | Discussions thread
aaanouel Veteran Member • Posts: 5,107
Much more than enough...

Slimpie1972 wrote:

I don't like the 100% view of the second shot. It's like a painting. No details at all. Is it the smaal sensor?? Or the software that is to agressively.

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Probably the too exigent backlighting and low light conditions, the highlight halos and wind light beam diffraction may be too much for its tiny sensor... accepted!

Although I do love the extremely versatile HX100V and HX30V, for pixel-peeping, enlarging and big printing (specially landscapes) they smudge a bit and bring not so excellent IQ than for he rest of all situations. That's the only reason why I had to get a APS-C sensor camera, but I still do love the extremely versatile HX100V and it is my gear complementary camera for macros and super tele shots.

Anyway, I still believe HX100V and HX30V are the very best cameras for personal use and very few people really need better IQ, but their egos simply demand more expensive cameras.

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