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  1. I shot some images yesterday, you all know the one - bright blue sky over a yellow field of oil seed rape. In the blue sky area I found a couple of dust spots. In successive images they were in different places on the frame. In ten years of using Olympus interchangeable lens digital cameras I have never had a dust spot, so I am none too pleased with the Sony sealed water and dust proof camera having them after only three months use... Sealing is good if you seal the dust out, but not if you seal it in.
  2. Since there is a fair bit of interest in the Sony RX10 as a lightweight stock capable camera, I thought it might be good to have a thread to compile reviews. Here's one from Steve Huff: http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2013/11/11/the-sony-rx10-review-one-amazing-superzoom/ My 5DIII and three full frame lenses are on eBay. I have a little SL1 with the kit 18-55 and 55-250 STM zooms, capable performers, but I have a feeling I know where part of the eBay proceeds are going.
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