What Photo camera should i buy?
Even then, you might actually be disappointed. The LUMIX DMC-LX7 is already more than a fine camera - one of the best point-and-shoots out there, so by going for a slightly greater option in the RX100, you won't benefit as much as you would by upgrading to an MILC, like one from Sony's superb Alpha NEX lineup. The entry-level F3 is a great option for beginners; the gdgt Must-Have 5R is even better and has WiFi support; with the higher-end 6 model, Sony claims you'll get dSLR-like control; and the most expensive of the bunch -- the NEX-7 -- is supposed to provide the best image quality of the entire series. All of them are compact, almost Point & Shoot-size, interchangeable-lens cameras.
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