- Great Camera
- Great images
- Wish I'd bought one sooner
Using the RX10 has made me think about why I have all those camera and lenses sitting on my shelf. It really is that good. The images the camera produces from ISO 125 to 400 have comparable, if not better, quality than I can get from any m4/3 camera I've used. I would also say that it produces sharper files than I can get from my Fuji X cameras also, if I run them through Photoshop. The lens is superb and gives great results at all apertures and all focal lengths and the camera as a whole receives my highest accolade, in that I completely forget about it when I'm out shooting and concentrate on creating pictures.
Just to get the high ISO performance out of the way, here's a shot at ISO 3200. OK, but that's about it. But then if you shoot a lot of low light images the RX10 is hardly the best camera you can buy for that.
In part 2 I'll be writing about what the RX10 is like to use.
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