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  1. Henry Siegertsz

    You can't pick holes in that review, it did exactly what it said on the tin!

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  2. dcdcdcdcdcd

    Nice to see the Canon G15 on this list. I just got the G16 and am having a lot of fun with it. The WI-FI is nice too.

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  3. verfed

    Nice to see the Canon G15 on this list. I just got the G16 and am having a lot of fun with it. The WI-FI is nice too.

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  4. no name

    Absolutely no mention of the Olympus Pen products? Arguably one of the smallest, yet very advanced, high-image-quality, yet most reasonably priced offerings is/was the Olympus E-pm1 (Pen Mini). I traded in a $1500 DSLR and bought the Pen Mini for about $500 and couldn't be happier. I realize this is now a few years later but the Olympus Pen series is still running STRONG and still has some of the best bang-for-the-buck advanced camera offerings on the market.

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  5. Matthias Wong

    Went from a d3200 kit and a amateur strobist kit to an eos m, haven't regret even a bit

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  6. Alex Popoff

    Awww the X100S with its hybrid viewfinder and simplicity of control (the only camera on the list to have old school dials for aperture and shutter speed and no idiotic dials for selection of program modes) is a better way to go.

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  7. St. Francis Cainta

    RX100 also has very good video that runs around the video quality of all the cameras on the list. 

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  8. RufusLeakin

    DSC RX-1 is $2,669? I'd rather go with the new Sony A7 with a full frame sensor for $1,699 then add my own lens. Better deal!

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  9. espacho

    @ adrian balint, because it does actually have a full frame sensor. Hence the high price.

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  10. adrian balint

    why does he say full frame profesional senzor, he's going to confuse people that they have a full frame senzor.. stupid marketing

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  11. KidsWithGuns1992

    2.7k for a compact camera? Hell no you fucking insane? You could nearly get a 5D Mark III for that. Point of getting a compact camera is for it to be an effective high quality shooter for a low price.

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  12. Choco Thunder

    Suggestion you should include the info of the cropped factor inherent to different camera.

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  13. Viorel Holhos

    I was shure that the rx100 will be first its awesome guys what do you want more… hey wait can you give one away

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  14. frogbuddy01

    If it were that easy, everyone would make their own. Companies get peices to make the cameras from manufactures, and make it cheaper, you would probably pay $3,500 to make it your own, with TERRIBLE photos

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  15. Synicade

    Go ahead, I dare you! Obviously you're just shit talking, but if it was easy to do everyone would do it. But seriously, go ahead.

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  16. Alford Lau

    I would add Panasonic LX-7 for image quality and same brand FZ200 for flexibility

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