Been looking at LX3 heavily and its like minded cams quite a bit recently. Kinda drooling over the new crop of cams with APS-C sensors in a tiny body though. Fuji X100 or Sony 77 or Nikon J. Though I do need a high depth of field replacement camera for flowers etc. That camera is the Fuji X10 IMO with its 2/3 sensor.
If I had the money I would pick up a Fuji X10 in a flash. Ah, wait 2 years and it will be 1/2 price. Ah patience. But then again all of these cams or most of them do not have a true grip to be able to hold said cam with a glove on and use one handed so this makes all of these cameras no better as a climbing camera than a traditional sized DSLR. My Sony R1 with its large grip I can operate with one hand while the other is belaying my partner. A not to unimportant fact eh?
albanberg wrote:Cool Wastral, thanks for the info.
I've had some editing done with the P&S LX3 which has worked well. I shoot 2 pics of the same scene with different exposures (sky/foreground) and have them combined later. When I have done this even a big DR would not have made a difference as the range was too big.