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    my new Sony RX-100 vs my 50D with "L" glass

    which is with my $2500 canon rig and which is with my $600 Sony pocket camera ?
    look at color saturation,contrast,sharpness,etc,etc

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    #1 & #2 Canon, #3 Sony... Just a guess based on the different depth of field I suppose, both are great. Oh, and I did check whether I got them right with an Exif viewer, sorry but I'm that impatient

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    .. Just a guess based on the different depth of field I suppose, both are great. Oh, and I did check whether I got them right with an Exif viewer, sorry but I'm that impatient
    thats cheating ! not fair,delete your post !

    btw ! they all 3 have a shallow DOF

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    Sorry, couldn't resist

    I know they both do, just that the dof looks slightly different to me. The Sony color seems more vivid (post-processing by its software?), and the image a bit sharper.

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    yes,#3 from the sony has no other post processing,just the saturation & sharpness bumped up a little in the camera.

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