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    Posted: 14 August 2018 at 16:11
A few weeks ago, I got an offer which was too good to refuse.
In fact, it made me reconsider my approach and got me to sell some lenses.

I added the RX10-III. I was the camera used most of the time during the 2-week vacation in the Italian Dolomite region, most of the time accompanied by the A7-II with 24-70 or 70-200, sometimes along the A6000 with 16-70. So, often 2 camera's in the bag because the daughter loves photography as well.

The RX10 really impressed my, although expectations were already high, based on reviews at DPR and elsewhere.
- Performance of this huge zoom lens is amazing
- macro and portrait shots are excellent, sharp and with very pleasing out-of-focus highlights
- birds, planes, etc. are nicely sharp at 600mm. Better than I expected !
- indoor/low light capabilities are very acceptable for such a small sensor
- weight and size are very acceptable, considering the 24-600/4 solution one takes along.
- battery life is good, considering zoom is also eating energy. On a normal hiking or city trip day, I normally needed only 2 batteries.

Only real recommendation I would have for the engineering team: get me a thumbwheel again to adjust f-value.

In short, I am happy RX10-user.

For sale/sold are :
and I will throw in a Nex-5 as needed to complete some last selling I think...

Less lenses, a few different camera sizes, and off we are
α7RIII 24-70G 70-200G SY35/2.8 SY45/1.8 85/1.8 ~~~ RX10 IV ~~~ Nex-5 16-70/4 ~~~ α100 50/1.4 24-105 ~~~ HX60V

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