Summary: Not going to repeat the good, my main attraction over LX7 was the flip screen. More visible in direct sunlight (you can't read the settings because of VERY SMALL and ODDLY SHAPED font but you can more or less frame) + I like to shoot at odd angles. The camera is fun if you can live with its quirks: 1. The gut wrenching "Remove the cap" message. The worst part you can't go the MENU to preset the camera for shooting w/o removing the cap - plainly stupid. 2.
Summary: I am a technical professional. I am not a pro photographer. For me: Excellent photo quality. With the native settings of the camera, I can really hyper or hypo adjust the photo attributes before the shot. I do not have time to post edit the photo with software. But I seldom have to retake the shot. I don't mind using the IN camera edit/features but I have found so far Kodak is best at that. Accurate color. Tilt swivel screen is very handy. Zoom is low.
Excerpt: I have recently tried each of the following: MX-1, D-LUX 6, P7700 and EX2F. EX2F has exceptional image quality when processing RAW files. The P7700 was equal in image quality but the EX2F is more suited to my shooting style. It's image stabilization is extremely impressive. I can hand hold down to 1 second with perfectly sharp photo results. Do yourself a favor and shoot Slow-Sync flash setting. You will be amazed at the results.
Summary: I wanted an upgrade to the TL350 which is a great little camera especially given it has a very small sensor. My biggest gripe with the TL350 though has always been the white balance. In some lighting situations, it produces pictures with a strong purple hew. The EX2F has a larger sensor, and is newer, so I thought Samung might have worked to improve their JPEG processing. Alas though, it seems that they didn't.
Summary: Camera makes great images, and what's not to like about a lens that goes to f1.4? But there are plenty of other cameras that can meet or beat it on IQ & ease of use, as well as max aperture (Panasonic LX7 comes to mind). I bought the EX2F for the built-in WiFi capability. It works pretty well but is too limited in functionality to allow me to give the camera 5 stars. I can upload to directly to Facebook, and back up directly to a computer.
Summary: Really enjoying this camera , great features. Easy to navigate thru settings . Not the smallest of the small camera avialible but very solid feel and fun to use. Love the pullout oled screen. Still very hard to see in very bright sunlight. Really enjoy the mobile picture transfer to my iPhone but they need to upgrade app to work with io6 . Also wish they had auto lens cover. Pull off one very easy to lose or miss place ..