What is Canon's equivalent to Panasonic's LX100?

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Lacko Contributing Member • Posts: 525
Re: What is Canon's equivalent to Panasonic's LX100?

Jostian wrote:

Lacko wrote:

Jostian wrote:

I was very lucky I bought my G1X II as new (absolutely pristine) for around 250USD and then got a brand new DC2 EVF for 90USD so I really got a lovely setup for around 350USD, which is great. The G1X II is rather chunky and heavy

Sure it was very good deal. Congratulations.

But - because of my eyes I can use only EVF, no screen. For some years I had small Olympus XZ-1 compact camera which with attached VF-2 EVF and eyecup was bigger than my mirrorless Olympus. Therefore it was left at home since I bought that mirrorless camera. And now, when I was looking for a new compact, built-in (good) EVF was a must. For me, only G5X and G1X III were options to choose from. And then, of course, to find affordable price.

Just to say that the EVF-DC2 viewfinder that I use on the G1x II is as good as any out there, its very good quality, 2.36 million resolution, OLED, auto eye sensor etc. so dont think you miss out on anything.

Yes, I know. Nothing about quality of additional EVFs, it's just about the overall size of camera - for me personally. I like built-in viewfinders, because such cameras are generally smaller.

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