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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 2:16 am 
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I'm still trying to pick an upgrade for our family camera. I was picking between RX100 or an LX7. RX100 is a bit more expensive hence I was still hoping the price would drop a bit more. Then I chance upon new cameras ie Canon S120 and G16. The difference I can see is the aperture. S120 has (F1.8-5.7) G16 has (F1.8-2.8) and the size. I'm also trying to figure out which has a faster speed on shot to shot time. I don't know which spec to look out for. I happens in my Canon Sx240. I click one shot, then it seems to process a few seconds before it can allow me to click another shot. By that tiime the moment is lost and this happens a lot during school programs. Hence this speed is important for me. Which among these cameras has the fastest speed? What terms among the spec should I look into? Is the new S120 better than the LX7 in low light situations?

Hope someone can enlighten me with your insights or experience. Thanks.


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I'm also trying to figure out which has a faster speed on shot to shot time. I don't know which spec to look out for. ...Which among these cameras has the fastest speed? What terms among the spec should I look into?

Per Gordon's reviews of the G16 and S120, "Continuous Shooting" times (listed near the bottom of the respective pages) are the same for both models.

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Is the new S120 better than the LX7 in low light situations?

Not to my eye. But I would recommend you check the "Noise" pages on both the previously linked S120 review and Gordon's LX7 review and compare for yourself.

Mark


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