xz-2 vs xz-10
Hi, I have the X-10 which overall I am pleased with considering its sensor size, price and zoom length And I needed a travel zoom that zooms further than my other small cameras so I acquired the SH-50 which is a good match for my needs there. And I have an LX7 which has been a fine camera as well, I use it a lot indoors but outdoors some as well. Now I see the xz-2 is back down to $299 and I just wonder if with its larger sensor it is noticeably better than the Xz-10 and thus worth buying to complete my "little camera" stable. (also have the small older Nikon P5000).
My main current camera is my Panny G6 which I use as a street camera and love it. I really didn't intend to buy other lenses for it because I got into that lens lust with my DSLRs. Invariably I shell out the money and get to a point where one lens is so perfect for the camera that I stay with that lens. I do like the kit lens. It's actually what I inteded for that camera. But I also like to stick a couple of small cameras in my purse at other times.
So my question is is there a enough difference between the xz-2 and the xz-10, that if I bought the xz-2, I would appreciate the difference. Or am I maybe overloaded in this area already.
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