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  1. Hi, I’m planning to get back into shooting for stock (having barely dipped by toe in years ago!). My main camera is my trusty D3S, but I want to invest in a carry anywhere, compact/point and shoot to keep with me for everyday opportunities. Having had a Panasonic LX3 years ago which was supposedly good at the time with the best reviews I was disappointed and hated it. I had a lot of blurry noisy shots. I’m a stickler for quality and I am only too aware of the quality being not a patch on my D3S. I also have an entry level NIkon DSLR (still too big for my handbag) which disappoints quality wise with images fine until you zoom in. So my question is which compacts/advanced compacts would churn out professional enough quality suitable for Alamy submissions? I live in a cloudy country and would also like to use if for some indoor shots so ideally I would want something able to cope with low light, or have a good fill in flash. Ideas and and thoughts please. Thank you!
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