James Duncan Davidson reviews the fabulous Sony RX1
Unlike any other compact out available, the RX1 doesn’t ask you to compromise on image quality. It doesn’t ask you to put up with its growing pains. It simply makes photographs that are every bit as nice as you could want and does so quietly and competently. It’s not just minimalistic and unobtrusive. It’s just amazingly capable.
I agree with every word. The photos it captures have soul, it reminds me a lot of my (brief) experience with the Fujifilm X100. I replaced my entire DSLR kit with an RX1, and haven’t regretted that decision for a single second.