these were taken with fz1000 but alot of PP.
These are some good examples.....i COULD BE WRONG WITH MY ABOVE ASSUMPTION
Although i had sony rx100 and in good light it was very nice and sharp...iffy light and it suddenly got real bad!
Sorry i just think for the size and price of FZ1000 you could get a nikon D90 and superzoom with stunning quality compared...i know and still miss mine...but this is the reason i came to M4/3..less bulk.
Just purchased a GM1 to stick in my pocket and compliment my GX7...suits me just fine.
Rather than a D90, I'd recommend a D5200 - with a much newer better sensor. The fly in the ointment is, you'd need a 300mm lens on that Nikon to get the same reach, and those are going to be big and bulky, and at least 1 f-stop slower at the long end, unless you drop some real bucks on that lens. That being said, you could bump the ISO up one additional stop on the D5200 and still get at least the same image quality as the FZ1000 would offer. The issue between the DSLR and the FZ1000 comes back down to bulk of the entire multi-lens system, and the need to change lenses to match what the FZ1000 offers in one lens.