Hmm, and now there is competition at the 1.4 lens for the newly announced Panasonic LX7.
dpreview.com has a preview here.
I’m going to wait a while and wait for more detailed reviews and user feedback and then compare it to the EX2F. Especially in the area of lowlight performance.
It seems the success of the LX3 by Panasonic has produced a reaction from Canon with the introduction of the S90. After years on auto-pilot, it seems that the market is waking up to the demand for better photo quality, especially at low light.
Where the S90 seems to have surpassed the LX3 from looking at the specs is that it seems to be much smaller and there is no need for a lens cap. When I had to get a new lens cap for the LX3, it cost â‚¬25. In addition, when an opportunity for a shot arises, taking the lens cap adds another step to the process. It will be interesting to see if Panasonic responds to those advances in the near future.