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I’ve thoroughly enjoyed reading this review, as it has made me all the more confident in my plans to purchase of a Fuji X100F for less than half the price. I think bigger and easy to grip body with a 35mm f1.4 lens would justify the price. Now that I have an A9, I am thinking of buying an RX1Rii as a companion.
If the new 42mp sesore is expensive, put the 24mp or 36mp sensor. Instead of buying a 35mm GM for 00, the RX1II would be a better option, I think. I had the same experience a while back after buying a Canon G7X.
The comparison made here is maybe more interesting:https:// have been using the RX1R quite a lot for long exposure shots (with 10 and 15 stops ND filters...).
I liked the results:https://500px.com/photo/181230029/looking-up-by-ivo-de-man-? ctx_page=2&from=user&user_id=16043137But no doubts about it, the X100F is also a jewel, and the photographer's skill will always be much more important than the camera used :)That’s a lovely shot.
Again, no question the Sony delivers fantastic image quality.
But for me, its limitations make it more suitable for the sort of photography where you can take your time to get your shot.
The Sony Cyber-shot RX1R II is a full-frame, 42MP compact camera with a fixed 35mm F2 lens.
And since the introduction of the RX1 and RX1R back in 2012, Leica introduced the Q, a full frame compact with a fixed 28mm F1.7 lens. I bought one (second hand) to have a super 35mm lens in front of a super 42 MPix sensor all this in a nearly pocketable camera.I would kill for an X100F with a lens like that on the Leica Q - mechanical focusing ring with distance and depth of field markers, with a stop at “A” to engage autofocus. Yes, possibly there are better cameras than the RX1R II for dynamic situations...However, the RX1R II is already a huge improvement over the original RX1...but from corner to corner, both their test scenes are a complete, tragic & miserable blur & lack of sharpness, all across the image area! I have an RX1R & can certainly avow that the Carl Zeiss 35mm f:/2.0 lens is an amazing piece of sharp glass.It certainly has NOTHING to do with the IQ horror on the DPreview's test scene of the RX1-R a couple years ago & again now of the RX1-RII. This is almost as hilarious as DXO's mark on the RX1-R that scored substantially lower than the original RX-1, which in 2 words is both LAUGHABLE & IMPOSSIBLE! DXO's ratings are, by the way, the industries greatest joke! What isn't obvious (to me) from the scene comparison tool is which setting was used for the anti-aliasing filter.