I brought my new Sony RX100 VII to Chicago to visit my older cousin. We went around Chicago Downtown and I took a lot of pictures. I also visited the Art Institute of Chicago and took a few pictures there. Unfortunately, my memory card was out of memory space and so I had to stop taking pictures. This is why I don’t have that many photos of Chicago’s Art Institute. I had a lot of good food and fun with my cousin in his hometown. It was my first time there, and so I got to enjoy a very different atmospheric city vibe than where I am now which is Atlanta. I have to say, I prefer Chicago’s downtown more than I do with Atlanta’s downtown. Sorry Atlanta, but we got to up our game if we want Atlanta downtown to be just as cool and a good spot for tourists. I think the Sony RX100 VII performed brilliantly, but when Chicago’s sky got darken by around 4:30 PM or so, my camera started to show weakness when taking pictures in low light. The images come out too noisy since the ISO had to be up around 6400. I had to do a lot of massage in Luminar 4 photography software editor for the images to look just OK. Anyway, I hope you enjoy my adventure in Chicago. The trip was taken place between November 15th to November 18th of 2019.