Sony RX10 IV vs Canon 7D mk II & 100-400 IS mk II

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Digital Nigel Veteran Member • Posts: 8,299
Re: I'm not surprised
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nigelbb wrote:

The big advantages of the RX10M4 are that enormous 24-600mm FF equivalent zoom & never having to change lenses as you always have the correct lens on the camera.

Not quite. I also often carry my a6500 with 10-18 (15-27 equiv lens) alongside either my RX10M3 or RX100M6. For example, here's a few pictures I took on my recent visit to Delphi, site of the Oracle, in Greece, which needed both cameras:

The whole ancient site is on a very steep hillside

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The theatre (which, amazingly, seated up to 5000)

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Polygonal dry stone wall with curved joints, to resist earthquakes, under the Temple of Apollo

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View down to Itea and the Gulf of Corinth

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