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More like Nikon got wind of Sony's latest RX10iv, as they withdrew their publicised equivalent at almost the very last moment before launching it! In order to compete effectively would have required a complete re-design and that may still happen. Exciting time for advanced bridge cameras if they do.The lens does seem impressive --such a huge range, yet fast!
As someone who's photo-ing often takes in shots at a wide range of FLs, I typically have a couple zooms --as changing lenses is at best a PITA and otherwise might mean missing a shot (or not really *seeing* it by looking w/particular lens if unmounted). Looking back on Nikon's retreat from bringing in a 1" sensor'd trio of overlapping lenses, I wonder if they might've gotten more interest if they's done just two, complementing the wider-than-others "DL1850/1.8-2.8 with a similarly fast telephoto (even w/gap in combined range : 70-200/2.8-4?).
Might be true. Anyway, the P1000 is almost here. Interesting to see how it compares with the RX10iv. I thoroughly enjoyed having the Sony with me on a recent trip to Africa. No, the lens is not as good as big glass on a Sony or Nikon full frame, but it was the one I had with me. And the 20mp performed fairly well. I was giving some serious thought to investing in a 4/3 mirrorless; the Panny G9 is a nice camera with some very good lenses to go along. But the optical difference may no longer be compelling enough to carry even a couple of zooms. The Sony avoids lens swap in the field, and is just good enough. Yes, a good time for quality bridge cameras.More like Nikon got wind of Sony's latest RX10iv, as they withdrew their publicised equivalent at almost the very last moment before launching it! In order to compete effectively would have required a complete re-design and that may still happen. Exciting time for advanced bridge cameras if they do.
Hi Dave, I just noted this post while looking for some tips.. I picked up this camera 3 weeks ago, as a main travel camera as the last trip to Antarctica and South Americat with a heavy bag and the LeicaLumix 100-400mm was just too much. Jury is still out for the comparison with the Lumix 7-14 for wide, and the low light.. but so far it is a winner. Takes a while to wade through the menus and set up using Sony terminology, but having the RX100IV and in the past, the A77 I am getting there