Recently I got my laptop stolen from my backpack. It kinda sucked, but the blessing in disguise was that I was able to replace my aging Windows laptop. I then did the typical thing: Google reviews of the laptops which are written by “experts.” I trudged through reviews on Engadget, The Verge, Cnet, etc. and became frustrated. All of their opinions contradicted another and there seemed to always be pros/cons with each laptop. Finally fed up, I disregarded all the reviews online and just decided to buy what I was interested in and to try it out for myself. So the last two days I have been using my new laptop and I like it a lot.
We are fortunate enough to live in a society that all of the decisions we make are (mostly) reversible. If you’re interested in a new camera for landscape photography, my suggestion is this: just buy it and try it out for yourself. If you don’t like it, simply return it. Some camera shops offer returns policies.
Long story short, disregard camera reviews from others and just try things for yourself.