Panasonic lenses vs Sony lenses
I love many of the features of Panasonic cameras. Way back when, I owned, and loved the FZ20. Now, I am looking seriously at the LX100. I was also considering the FZ2000/FZ2500 (why do they have two different names for their cameras?). And, of course, the Sony RX10iii is in consideration. The Sony RX100's are not for ergonomic reasons.
So my question is, is Panasonic keeping up with Sony in lens quality, and therefore, image quality? And if not, is there really a reason from strictly lens quality standards to wait for, and expect improvement in the LX200 given that the FZ2000/2500 lens appears to be inferior to the FZ1000. While I love the technological/ergonomic improvements of the FZ2000, the step back in lens performance is not acceptable to me. Why would Panasonic put out an "upgrade" camera that is actually less qualified, lens wise, than its predecessor?
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