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Panasonic DMC TZ100/pocket cameras


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#21 Martin P Wilson

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Posted 4 days ago

I have tried each vesion of the RX100 since Mk2 - I would not buy a camera without a viewfinder. Unfortunately I wear glasses and when I use the RX100 vf it pops in and goes out of focus. I looked at the Panasonic but not happy with the lens speed to get that 10x range which I don't need for a go-everywhere camera (would take my X-T2). I went for the larger sensor of a Fuji X100T, couldn't justify the cost of X100F for the use it would get, there are p/ex deals on the X100/S/T so there are a good few around. I know it is only a fixed prime lens but I move my feet (or crop) to get the extra reach.

 

Each to their own, we all need to make different compromises.


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Posted 4 days ago

It is possible to put a loupe meant for looking at the screen on a DSLR on the back of the RX100 to get a great view. It is a bit awkward but good for when the sunshine is making things difficult. Hoodman has a cinema strap that can hold it on.

 

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#23 alphaomega

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Posted 6 hours ago

"I have tried each vesion of the RX100 since Mk2 - I would not buy a camera without a viewfinder. Unfortunately I wear glasses and when I use the RX100 vf it pops in and goes out of focus." - Martin Wilson.

I have the RX100M3 and I love it. I also wear glasses, but when I use the EVF I simply remove the glasses as you can adjust the view finder and focus without glassses - at least I can.


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