M_Six wrote in post #17755840
Nice shots. I was thinking the saturation looked good, but if you had to desat to get to this point, maybe they were oversaturated. In any case, they look good now. I'm more and more impressed with this camera. What are your feelings on it? Given the choice, would you make the same purchase?
Well, there at lots of interactions as you edit the image. Take it "as it is" and they aren't oversaturated.
BUT compared to my 5D MK II, the colours become significantly more saturated when I pull down highlights and push shadows - which then has me reducing the saturation.
The files behave quite differently to the 5D MK II.
As to making the same choice again: Yes.
I'm a Canon fan & it makes my life easier to not juggle different formats. At the time (last year), the G7 X was pretty much the best choice. The Panasonic that competes in the same segment wasn't out and more expensive.
Leaves the Sonys as an only option at the time - but then the G7 X does beat them in terms of lens, plus I like Canon and as before, having just one format makes your life easier.
(I.e. I just need to be able to handle CR2 for example - not multiple RAWs - so I can have only DPP on my Ultrabook and do the proper editing at my desktop.)