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Sony RX100 VII - USED Like New $883.17 (after 20% discount, before tax) Amazon Warehouse packaging will be damaged

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This looks into be about $27 cheaper than a previous post, although there wasn't much feedback on what everyone thought. I had been eyeing the rx100 7 for a while now, and this was enough to get me to pull the trigger.

Does anyone know how to check the shutter counter on these? I had some great luck on other Warehouse stuff, although this is the first time i'm buying anything electronic so i'm hoping to be able to identify how much it was actually used if there is a shutter counter.

Apologies if i screwed anything up; This is the first deal i'm attempting to post and hoping others can benefit.

Sony RX100 VII Premium Compact Camera with 1.0-type stacked CMOS sensor (DSCRX100M7)

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VPQV...sEbF1FRZ1S
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Somewhat relevant: I wish they wouldn't have completely killed off the 24-70mm fov equiv, f/1.8-2.8 lens after the M5. This f/2.8-f/4.5 may only be 1.3 stops slower, but this difference is much more noticeable when running smaller sensors since you spend more time at higher ISO. The difference between ISO 12800 and ISO 5000 is quite noticeable, as is ISO 6400 vs 2500. Of course if you're already at max native ISO, not being able to go that extra 1.3 stop can make or break the shot even being possible. At 70mm it's only a single stop difference, but still there. The sensor improvements haven't come close to making up for this difference, and the faster lens would still give that advantage on a new sensor.

Decent price for the product; just not a product I'd suggest to most people within this price range. I believe the other brands still offer a 24-70 fov lens in their compact 1" sensor cams. Of course there's a lot more than the sensor and lens that go into a system.
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Somewhat relevant: I wish they wouldn't have completely killed off the 24-70mm fov equiv, f/1.8-2.8 lens after the M5. This f/2.8-f/4.5 may only be 1.3 stops slower, but this difference is much more noticeable when running smaller sensors since you spend more time at higher ISO. The difference between ISO 12800 and ISO 5000 is quite noticeable, as is ISO 6400 vs 2500. Of course if you're already at max native ISO, not being able to go that extra 1.3 stop can make or break the shot even being possible. At 70mm it's only a single stop difference, but still there. The sensor improvements haven't come close to making up for this difference, and the faster lens would still give that advantage on a new sensor.

Decent price for the product; just not a product I'd suggest to most people within this price range. I believe the other brands still offer a 24-70 fov lens in their compact 1" sensor cams. Of course there's a lot more than the sensor and lens that go into a system.
Thanks for the detailed response! Any specific models/brands you would lean towards in this price range?

I have 2 Sony's now; an a65 dslr that i'd like to replace with a mirrorless and an hx20 point&shoot that i used for most of our video filming.

I was good with the $1200 msrp for rx1007, and i was about to also pull the trigger on an a6400 for $1000 and maybe the 55-210 lens for $360ish; so those are my price ranges.

I've always had Sony, but i'm open to any models/brands. Youtube's algorithm has my feed full of people going nuts over those 2 Sony's, but I'm sure that's could very well be some biased targeted advertising based on my search history.

I want something tiny that I can easily carry in a pocket anywhere, but also a mirrorless for the other half the time when i don't mind carrying a bigger setup.

Any suggestions on what other models should i be looking at?
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Now it's a little cheaper

Used like new: $1000 + 20% off = $800 + tax + free shipping
Used very good: $970 + 20% off = $776 + tax + free shipping

Amazon Warehouse 20% off deal is until April 2nd.

https://www.amazon.com/Sony-Premi...als&sr=1-1
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