LetTheRightLensIn said:Same size as the RX100II, a Canon first for a P&S with a top sensor. Nice.
Weight 50% more than RX100II, not nice at all, but the lens is much faster at the long end which is very nice. So a pick your poison, faster lens or deal with a bit more weight.
Seems like there is now a viable RX100 alternative.
I wonder if the UI is a bit nicer than on the RX100?
Etienne said:I wish they'd use a DPAF sensor in this little cameras. The little cameras frequently have focusing issues, especially for video.
Video performance will be the deciding factor for me on this one. The Sony RX100 mkIII apparently nails video
kennephoto said:So im curious to know if this is better than my eos m. I like my eos m but if this can do everything the eos m can but faster and even more portable then I might be looking at this camera. I just use my eos m for portablility, eBay, and video stuff.