The Image Stimulator
- The Netherlands
Bigger sensor than most, Fast Lens, Very Decent OVF
Its what the G12 should have been
If you have an m43 or an APS sensor camera and you see this as competition for those, I seriously doubt it will measure up, but I guess time will tell.
I know the files of my former Nikon D90, the Olympus E-P1 and the Canon G12. I have never been able to see that much difference between the G12 and the E-PL1 as I can see between the E-PL1 and the D90. I think that it is possible, that a sensor using latest technology could outperform the E-PL1, even if it is significantly smaller. However, I am not really sure, if 2/3" could be large enough for doing so, but at least I don't expect a big difference.
Is it really... larger I mean... hmm... that could affect my decision adversely. Not really interested in having another big compact, having just disposed of my G11.The X10 is not that compact. It's close to the X100 size, larger than the compact zooms it is compared too (XZ-1, LX5, etc).
The X10 is not that compact. It's close to the X100 size, larger than the compact zooms it is compared too (XZ-1, LX5, etc).
I'm sighing with relief now,,, re: Sue's comparisons also having the ZX-1 with 28mm at its widest and the tiny S95 with its 24mm why on earth do I even think about the X10?
As I said, I'm not in the market (and hope I don't go all irrational and buy one for my wife anyway - she really doesn't want a new camera)