High-end bridge cameras: Sony RX10, Panasonic FZ1000 etc

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You can just about squeeze one into a ThinkTank MirrorlessMover 20
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But I prefer the larger MirrorlessMover 30i as it has room for a flash, table tripod or bottle of water as well as the camera. Plus the pocket at the back takes a 10.6" tablet.
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Just ordered my RX10 IV after shifting on all my canon stuff.

Does anyone have a recommendation for a good quality camera case/bag that fits this perfectly well with space for batteries and SD cards?

I’ve only got rucksacks left from the Canon stuff, which are just too big.

Thanks in advance and appreciate your advice.

That sounds like a positive “RESULT” in my book, “ENJOY”.

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I have mine in a Lowepro Toploader Zoom 45 AW II which seems to work well.
You can just about squeeze one into a ThinkTank MirrorlessMover 20
But I prefer the larger MirrorlessMover 30i as it has room for a flash, table tripod or bottle of water as well as the camera. Plus the pocket at the back takes a 10.6" tablet.
Thanks I'll have a look at all three. :ty:
 
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Just wondered if someone is able to answer this question for me ?

On the RX10M4 is there a step zoom facility similar to my RX100M6 ?

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Just a side note - the battery on the RX10 IV is shocking - much worse than the 3!
I've found it shocking on all four versions and I don't think the IV is much different to the others. You've done the usual things like turning off pre-focus and turning on airplane mode?
 
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Thanks George - the lens on the RX10iii is very very good :)

With regards to sharpness etc I’ve been very impressed with some of the images on this thread. So much so that as soon as I’ve recovered enough to walk a bit further than about 100 yards I shall invest in an RX10M4. I’ll not be able to carry a full camera kit about for quite some time yet so I’m sure an RX10M4 will fulfill my needs admirably until such times that I can carry a more substantial kit about. Who knows I might just really like using it and for general walk about photography (mainly street stuff etc) it could well end up being my go to camera.

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With regards to sharpness etc I’ve been very impressed with some of the images on this thread. So much so that as soon as I’ve recovered enough to walk a bit further than about 100 yards I shall invest in an RX10M4. I’ll not be able to carry a full camera kit about for quite some time yet so I’m sure an RX10M4 will fulfill my needs admirably until such times that I can carry a more substantial kit about. Who knows I might just really like using it and for general walk about photography (mainly street stuff etc) it could well end up being my go to camera.

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Wish you a speedy recovery. I am confident you won't regret buying one of these; For me, the speed is far far superior to any other SLR or Mirrorless - mixed with phenomenal sensor quality I am very happy with it
 
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Wish you a speedy recovery. I am confident you won't regret buying one of these; For me, the speed is far far superior to any other SLR or Mirrorless - mixed with phenomenal sensor quality I am very happy with it
Thank you fellow snapper, I sure do appreciate your reply.

I'm well aware of the capabilities of the sensor as its the same one that is fitted to my RX100M6. The speed on that little thing is pretty good as well and I've been very impressed with the quality of the lens at all focal lengths. If the RX10M4 matches it then I'll be very pleased.(y):):)

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With regards to sharpness etc I’ve been very impressed with some of the images on this thread. So much so that as soon as I’ve recovered enough to walk a bit further than about 100 yards I shall invest in an RX10M4. I’ll not be able to carry a full camera kit about for quite some time yet so I’m sure an RX10M4 will fulfill my needs admirably until such times that I can carry a more substantial kit about. Who knows I might just really like using it and for general walk about photography (mainly street stuff etc) it could well end up being my go to camera.

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I love them George but be aware they are not particularly small or light :)
 
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I love them George but be aware they are not particularly small or light :)
Many thanks but I’m guessing the RX10M4 is still considerably lighter than my Fuji gear with the same amount of focal lengths (24-600mm equivalent) covered with various lenses.

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