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Reader Comment: Sony RX1R

James H writes:

First off thanks for all your hard work, your site is my gear bible!

You hit the nail on the head with your RX1R review. It is a superb camera that I would put toe to toe with anything on the market(minus fast action scenarios).

My hit rate with the RX1R is better than with any camera I have ever used! The lens on the RX1R has a wonderful rendering style and a certain bite to it that I like more than any other 35mm lens I have ever used. I've done side by side comparison prints between the A7R and RX1R at approx. 24 X 36 inches and I can hardly tell the difference.

DIGLLOYD: the Sony RX1R with EVF and grip was one of the most enjoyable cameras I shot all year and with a very high hit rate. The Zeiss 35mm f/2 Sonnar on the RX1R is optimized for the sensor, and it delivers outstanding results by ƒ/2.8 (and results at ƒ/2 the envy of most all DSLR lenses).

It seems a pity that with is vibration-free leaf shutter the RX1R has not been updated to include the 36MP sensor seen in the Sony A7R. Or better yet, a supersized version with the Sony 50-megapixel 44 X 33mm sensor.

 
Sony RX1R with Really Right Stuff grip and optional EVF
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