That's it John.
Comparing these shots with your so good older ones, there is something missing that blocks the final touch to the images. We've already discovered that HX200V NR is too aggressive and smears a lot, OK, but there's something else lacking that blocks the final touch to the images and I don't know exactly what it s, I tried but simply quitted it and got back HX100V.
HX200V is faster, review and processing time is shorter, has many new features, better logical arrangement of functions, settings and buttons, is a more comfortable and practical camera in general and produces very good captures, until comparing IQs.
You do know how to master any camera, are a more experienced and better shooter than me and I take my hat off in front of your captures with gusto... so it can't be you!, what's left?.
Truth is a pathless land.
The dead past darkens the ever living present.
Corrections and critics are more than very welcome, desirables.
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