The Sony RX100 has the horsepower, but lacks the user-friendly handling it seems. And the Ricoh GRD IV seems to be the so-called enthusiast camera, where handling is intuitive and very user-friendly.
The IQ in the RX seems to be rather good, so do the ISO-ability, at twice the MP-sensor-size.
But if you don’t have to print larger than 10”x15”(and who does honestly, and how often?) that might be an non-issue or what?
Will the RX end up collecting dust as Panasonic’s etc. etc. does? Will the enthusiasm decline because of that unfriendly bottoms-fiddling, and therefore a lacking mental connection, that will make it to the second choice after a while and just around the corner?
People seem to have strong and long-lasting sympathy for their GRD IV. Will the RX keep its place in peoples mind after a long while, despite or of the reason of the apparently splendid Image quality???? Or would you rather grab a more beloved GRD rushing out of the door? Or?
Please, I just need some little “Buying-Guide”-advice and perhaps some hardcore experience
Best and thanks.