Wanting to buy either a Used Fuji x100 or a new Sony Rx100.
I am having trouble finding out which one has the bigger sensor. Fuji is APS-C and Sony says 1 inch exmor.
Below link shows APS-C as much bigger than the Sony 1" but am not sure if Fuji x100 is a standard APS-C sensor .http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sony-cybershot-dsc-rx100
My budget is around $700ish so possible to buy a used Fuji X100. So between a Fuji x100 and the Sony RX100, which one most of you prefer?
I understand that Fuji has come out with the XE-1 which is a little brother to the X-Pro 1 but at around $1500 for camera+lens, it is out of my budget.
The below site says the Fuji x100 sensor is APS-C measuring 23.6 mm by 15.8 mm
No mention of Sony Rx100 sensor size but assuming the 1" Exmor means 1 inch square, then that would make the Sony sensor larger than the Fuji x100 APS-C, yet the DPreview link shows an APS-C being much larger than the Sony 1". http://snapsort.com/compare/Fujifilm_FinePix_X100-vs-Sony-Cybershot-DSC-RX100
DPreview says the 1" is 13.2 mm by 8.8mm. I am confused here as 1 inch = 25.4mmhttp://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/06/06/Sony-announces-DSC-RX100-large-sensor-compact
Ok so it seems that when Sony says 1", it is just nomenclature that has no bearing on actual dimension?