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Some of my favorite photos with the Sony RX10. Its lens is 24-200mm equivalent with f2.8 aperture throughout. All have been edited in Lightroom 5. Some were shot as extra fine jpegs, others in raw.
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It is somewhat stunning how many people have that FF bug in their head. The fact is that FF has a specific kind of picture that you get, and it's only advantage/disadvantage is shallower DOF. I do not now why this FF tick has infected so many people, but, as Tom C says, the limited focal range is an issue to many people and those who seek in depth sharpness look for a performing sensor like this on or any 4/3. 4/3 interchangeable lens system has the advantage, same as APSC to catch shallower DOF as well with fast lenses. On the opposite, a FF will never be able to catch full sharpness over the whole field in close range. In some way we all need 3 sensor formats all time to do all. Myself stick to APSC, despite that a camera in this format, or any APSC P&S could fit me as well. This RX10 is stunning in picture quality, even at 1250 ISO. If Sony could now make the price a bit more appealing, it would sell much better.
Tom Leroy -- I'm sure your right but then I'd have a much more limited focal range (and no autofocus). In any case I already have the Olympus E-M5 with some good/very good quality lenses. I think the value of the RX-10 is that it provides good (not great)quality under most circumstances while covering a wide focal range in a single convenient package. It's especially flexible and convenient for travel. In more challenging or more important circumstances I use my other gear.
Concerning over-exposure I don't think the Sony RX10 has a serious or consistent problem. What you see here may be mostly due to my personal preferences and/or perhaps my monitor is not calibrated quite right?
The RX10 looks pretty close to the Oly with kit lens. Seems to over expose though. For a few $$ more you could buy the Sony a7 with an old manual focus lens and blow them both away.
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