A Walk at Distillery District -- Panasonic G1 & Kodak Anastigmat 102mm f2.7 Cine Lens.
Since my NEX-5 is still at Sony for LCD screen replacement, I have been using the Panny G1 that I have been neglected for a long while. This is a love-hate camera for me. Love the ergonomic of the G1; its flip screen, handling, and most of all, the EVF. But, it's a relatively noisy camera above ISO 400, compared to the 5D, 1D II, or even the Sony NEX. Perhaps, I have been spoiled.
More than ten years ago, when I got my first digital, the 3.2 MP Canon G1, it was hailed as the camera with the cleanest images in its class. DPReview called it silky smooth noisy free at ISO 50. But, when I look back at the RAW images I captured, ISO 50 on the G1 is at best as good as ISO 400 on my 1D III, and ISO 200 was barely usable. Advancements in sensor technology just make us crave better and better image quality, forgetting what the images (noise) used to be like before.
So yes, I think I am spoiled.