No idea what they go for, but it looks like a number of people have been looking for the RX100 models but no joy. Looking on like both Park Camera and MBP have one. The one at Park is shown as new so not sure if this is any good for you:
Thanks for the reply. Slightly more than than my budget, which is why I’m hoping someone on here is looking to move one on.
Thanks for the reply, Simon. The extra reach is my main reason for upgrading too.Low light ability is the only thing I miss really, but you still have f2.8 at 24mm and I found moving from mk4 to mk6 that the extra lens reach and the superb AF more than makes up for it. It will track just about anything.
Which better suits my style of photography as I was getting frustrated at just 70mm focal range
I too was looking at the RX100, but in the end I opted for the Fuji XF10 but at f2.8 at 28mm it is not ideal for low light indoor photos. But I simply use the Canon G7X for low light indoor photos, f1.8 at 24mm and it does have an ND filter, so it makes it an ideal compact.Thanks, George. My only concern is losing the low light ability that my MK4 had. Plus no ND filter.
Sean, I personally have had no problems with regards to low light shots though in fairness I do like to try and give my snaps a film look to them so a bit of noise doesn't bother me. As for the ND filter I just carry a small one with me and hold it in front of the lens on the few occasions that I have needed one, same with a polarising filter.Thanks, George. My only concern is losing the low light ability that my MK4 had. Plus no ND filter.
Hey, George. Sorry for not replying sooner, I didn’t get any notification.I'd be really interested to see some of your shot's etc with your new M6.