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  1. My quest for lighter and more compact cameras has brought me to the Sony NEX's and Fuji X series cameras, all of which I am happy with, despite my occasional complaining of the Fuji X Trans sensor, which for most of my stuff is actually ok. A lot of my decisions are based on members findings and recommendations on this forum, which I find very useful. Based on what I have read around here about the RX100, I took a flyer and bought the Sony RX100 II. Nice little camera, fits in my trouser pocket, helps me blend in with the tourists and does not draw attention. Never likely to be my main camera, but it certainly ticks some boxes. Now, are you guys seriously telling me that the files this thing produces go through QC? Ok, its not the original RX100 that has been discussed in other threads, but as far as I can see, it is the same camera, except for a couple of tweaks. Tilt screen, hot shoe, and supposedly an upgraded sensor with better high ISO performance, not that I use high ISO, or very rarely anyway. I'm going to take it back to the shop. It could be a duff one, but I doubt it. There is no way I would send files from this thing to any of my clients, or indeed, Alamy QC.
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