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Pio, prior versions of the Sony RX100 are still excellent, still available new, and much cheaper. See Amazon.
Yes I did fucking read. Pio asked: "Point-and-shoots?" You responded: "So . . . DSLR?"
So, it was sort of like asking "How are the wife and kids?"
It was literally the first answer posted in this thread. By you.
Also, I fucking hate it when someone asks for a point-and-shoot, and someone else recommends "upgrading" to an DSLR. It's not an upgrade. It's a totally different fucking tool that most users only buy because it is supposed to be an "upgrade." Even professional photographers carry point-and-shoots when they are on vacation. How the fuck else are you supposed to take selfies, feel comfortable asking a stranger to take a photo of you and your wife, or discreetly snap a shot...
The whole camera market is undergoing a sea change. Lower end, point-and-shoots are a dying breed, as casual shooters rely more and more on their iPhones--for good reason, as most people take better photos with their iPhones than they ever did with a dedicated camera and are okay with the lesser image quality. Prosumer/hobbyists still buy point-and-shoots, but they tend to be much pricier and more capable. At the high end, DSLRs are also facing extinction, even if the...
It will take better photos than most know how to with an interchangeable lens system.
He wants a point-and-shoot. What's with all the interchangeable lens suggestions? Best point-and-shoot on the market is the Sony RX100, mark IV. Not even really debatable.
Maybe the trick is to buy stuff worth reupholstering.
The Hay Soft Mags is $4k or so:
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