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    Last weekend in the rain:

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    Olympic Flame:

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    Excuse my ignorance but what sort of cars are these and how does one get in or out? Very cool


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    Th way to get in or out:



    Not an x pro 1 image, but it gives the idea. The one in my image is a BMW Isetta. The one in David's image looks like a Heinkel Kabine. They're called micro cars or Bubble cars, and I think you can see why...

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    Hehe! Terry I am old enough to remember these German Heinkel "bubble cars" as they were known. The door is in the front, it swings open from one side.

    A side effect of this was rather amusing. Some versions had no reverse gear, and if you parked with the front up against a wall you couldn't get out!

    I remember a school pal of mine had a bubble car in the early 70's, he had it in the garage for repairs to the brakes. I went with him to collect it and he offered to give me a run in it. It was totally terrifying in the heavy traffic of Edinburgh. He approached the rear of a bus and jammed on the brakes and it only imperceptibly slowed down and just stopped in time. He then pronounced that the brakes were "much better now". I politely asked to exit the vehicle at this point...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlof View Post
    Th way to get in or out:



    Not an x pro 1 image, but it gives the idea. The one in my image is a BMW Isetta.

    That's the type my Friend had in Edinburgh...
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    There is no way it would make it up the hills in SF....sometimes even my modern mini isn't very happy.

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    Hehe! Terry I am old enough to remember these German Heinkel "bubble cars" as they were known. The door is in the front, it swings open from one side.

    A side effect of this was rather amusing. Some versions had no reverse gear, and if you parked with the front up against a wall you could't get out!

    I remember a school pal of mine had a bubble car in the early 70's, he had it in the garage for repairs to the brakes. I went with him to collect it and he offered to give me a run in it. It was totally terrifying in the heavy traffic of Edinburgh. He approached the rear of a bus and jammed on the brakes and it only imperceptibly slowed down and just stopped in time. He then pronounced that the brakes were "much better now". I politely asked to exit the vehicle at this point...

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    You got a MINI as well Terry! - I had a classic mini of course, but I do have the New MINI Cooper nowadays (I call her new, though I will have had her for 10 years this November).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Braeside View Post
    You got a MINI as well Terry! - I had a classic mini of course, but I do have the New MINI Cooper nowadays (I call her new, though I will have had her for 10 years this November).
    The only classic bit on mine is the color - British Racing Green

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry View Post
    The only classic bit on mine is the color - British Racing Green
    Very cool Terry!

    Mine is Blue with a White roof, wing mirrors and wheels.

    The Classic Mini was quite a different car, much smaller but in its way as much fun to drive as it was so light and the wheels were tiny (10"). My brother still has one in his outhouse, it has been on the Italian Job charity run a few times. I did have a run in it a few years ago and I had forgotten just how basic it was!

    A Classic mini last weekend:

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    Ah, you guys talking about Mini's, it has me reminiscing about the good old days, my first car was a Mini, back in the late 60's.
    A succession of then ensued, but I haven't owned one for years. Coincidently though, my son is buying one, and importing it from the UK, a Cooper S GP, sounds nice, should be here in a few weeks.
    A recent motor weekend though, and I spied a pair of them, one old, one new.
    Taken as we left, in the car-park outside, used the 35/1.4.
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    Gary, I'm sure your son will love the GP!

    That photo makes the classic look the same size as the new MINI, whereas they are quite different as you know. It's actually quite shocking when you see a classic these days, they are tiny!

    Thanks for posting.
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    OT: Some of my MINI trips

    A trip to the Outer Isles
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    Hi Terry

    If you drive a modern mini, then you really must see this!!

    MINI UK

    I don't own a Mini, but I did learn to drive on what today might be called a micro-car. If you like it was an even much earlier version of David's scary ride in a fifties bubble car. They were called then cycle cars because of their motor cycle engines. It was a 1928 Morgan aero sport with three wheels, two at the front one at the back with a 1100 cc JAP twin cylinder petrol, four stroke, air cooled engine up front. It went like the clappers but it didn't stop so well either!

    I wasn't around in 1928 I hasten to add so it was ancient when I bought it in 1957. There is now a modern version Morgan 3 wheeler with an American motor cycle engine, I believe they tried to get Harley Davidson engines for it, but the company wouldn't play ball with Morgan.

    Apologies to the OP for being way, way off subject!
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    Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar on the XP1. Two images processed in RPP(1559beta) and stitched in CS6.

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    I am Just back from California..

    I just spent a week in California using ONLY the X-Pro1. Normally I would have taken my K5 and GH2 and all the lenses but on this trip I only took the X-Pro1 and the 18, 35 and 60mm lenses. I used the 18 and 35 the most.

    The shot below was a redo from last year when the sky was overcast and featurless. I timed my arrival at the location hoping to see a bit of blue sky and some golden light. It worked out perfectly.



    Shot with the X-Pro1 & 35mm f/9.0 1/400s ISO 400. This is a JPG file and the first one I have had a chance to work on since getting off the plane this afternoon.

    I came from 63 degrees in San Francisco to 102 degrees in Dallas... needless to say, I would rather be on the coast for numerous reasons.

    Here is one more, this one taken at Pescadaro Beach, California as the tide was coming in. X-Pro1 with 35mm and a variable neutral density filter. Exposure was 6.5 seconds at f/16, ISO 200.



    Yep, that is a starfish on one of the rocks... glad it showed up in the photo.

    More photos to come as I find the time to review them.
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    Hello guys,
    Need help here. I only get image size = 1920x1280 from the latest RPP betas (1561 and 1563) no matter which interoperation I used. What I should do? Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teeraash View Post
    Hello guys,
    Need help here. I only get image size = 1920x1280 from the latest RPP betas (1561 and 1563) no matter which interoperation I used. What I should do? Many thanks.
    The preview is always in Half mode. If you have selected the VNG interpolation the actual size of the TIFF file will be 4952X3288.
    By the way there is a more recent beta version available, build 1570.
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    Or even http://www.raw-photo-processor.com/R...4_1576Beta.zip :-)
    Mostly updated profiles for other cameras.

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    Local Bar - Fort Worth, Texas XP1 @ ISO 3200

    I decided to do a little low light, late night shooting with the X-Pro1 tonight. Here is one of a local bar in Fort Worth, Texas. handheld, ISO 3200 1/27s F/2.0 using the 35mm. RAW file converted in demo version of Lightroom 4.1

    Yes, the bar stools are saddles.

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    sunrise with the voigtlander 12mm
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    Konica AR 50mm f/1.7 on the XP1. An inexpensive ($30), but really fine old lens.

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    both with RPP - level of detail extraordinary compared with LR or even JPEG. I wonder how much it matters, though - I must do some prints to see!

    P.S. Yes a rare blue sky day in the UK this summer!

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    Vax on - Vax off

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    A couple from the 4th of July Holiday..

    What's more American than a good old fashioned rodeo?
    Taken with the X-Pro1 18mm @ ISO 3200 because the lighting in the arena was somewhat low and the action of the horse and rider were somewhat fast. Not bad for a camera that is not supposed to be good for action shots. I prefocused on the barrel and had the aperture set to f/4 to insure reasonable focus: Fuji X-Pro1 - 18mm 1/250s ISO 3200 f/4.0



    and while I am not big on fireworks I had to try a shot or two of fireworks...
    Fuji X-Pro1 - 18mm f/8 ISO 800 1 second exposure

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    Indoor.
    35mm and RPP.



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    This shot really takes me back. They don't make 'em like that anymore! Thanks for sharing.

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    Indoor.
    35mm and RPP.



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    Still enjoying the Fuji and looking through this thread.



    The Low Light - Isle of May - David Anderson 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post




    both with RPP - level of detail extraordinary compared with LR or even JPEG. I wonder how much it matters, though - I must do some prints to see!

    P.S. Yes a rare blue sky day in the UK this summer!

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    Lovely!

    Not so nice here today!

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    Quebec City - Bride & Groom and want-to-be ...

    Fuji X-Pro1 ISO 200 18mm f6.4 1/80

    Ylem ...
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    [QUOTE=GrahamWelland;433838]Quebec City - Bride & Groom and want-to-be ...

    Fuji X-Pro1 ISO 200 18mm f6.4 1/80

    Beautiful composition and lighting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Beautiful composition and lighting.
    Thank you Carl!

    It was one of those street moments where you just have to shoot. I was sitting at that cafe for a while hoping that something interesting would come by and was lucky
    Ylem ...

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    A couple shots from a lunchtime walkabout in Tokyo. The first one seems to be a spool of plastic stuff with holes poked in the edges. I have no idea what it might be! It was sitting on a stone wall. The pig was shot through a restaurant window.

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    ... Behind my beloved waterfall, in the little room that was hidden beneath the cave, I Found it. I brushed away the dust of the years, and picked it up, holding it reverently in
    My hands. I had no idea what it might be, but it was beautiful...

    Yes, we know, it's nothing new
    It's just a waste of time
    We have no need for ancient ways
    The world is doing fine
    Another toy will help destroy
    The elder race of man
    Forget about your silly whim
    It doesn't fit the plan

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    Sunday's post to my blog.


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    a very nice old guy showed us an old mine:


    touristic place but still very nice nature - Triberg waterfalls


    water allways tempting:


    Even if there are some things which can be improved I find this to be a very capable camera and very nice lenses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fordfanjpn View Post
    A couple shots from a lunchtime walkabout in Tokyo. The first one seems to be a spool of plastic stuff with holes poked in the edges. I have no idea what it might be! It was sitting on a stone wall. The pig was shot through a restaurant window.

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    That is an ancient memory strip, so called "film" that was used during prehistoric times (before last year or even older). They could just be used once, had limited storage capacity and only allowed a proprietary optical RAW format. You need special gear (scanner, enlarger, the human eye etc.) to read the files. They were mostly replaced by digital media during the last decade, a medium that is easier to handle, takes up less space and can be read by most computing gear, something that all human beings carry with them 24 hours a day.

    To make reading of digital jpeg files easier, all babies born after 2017 will have a digital reader implant inserted at birth, making printers and computer monitors obsolete. Computers will take over the administration of earth within 50 years since man has failed miserably trying to perform that task.

    There's a rumour that there are still film guerrillas doing underground work around the globe i spite of attempts to eliminate them by eradicating plantations where film is grown. The Kodak plantation is currently under attack, but an army of grumpy old men with ancient cameras is doing its utmost to sprinkle Silver Vitamins over the plantation.
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    Excellent summary! Thanks. Someone should post this on Wikipedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    That is an ancient memory strip, so called "film" that was used during prehistoric times (before last year or even older). They could just be used once, had limited storage capacity and only allowed a proprietary optical RAW format. You need special gear (scanner, enlarger, the human eye etc.) to read the files. They were mostly replaced by digital media during the last decade, a medium that is easier to handle, takes up less space and can be read by most computing gear, something that all human beings carry with them 24 hours a day.

    To make reading of digital jpeg files easier, all babies born after 2017 will have a digital reader implant inserted at birth, making printers and computer monitors obsolete. Computers will take over the administration of earth within 50 years since man has failed miserably trying to perform that task.

    There's a rumour that there are still film guerrillas doing underground work around the globe i spite of attempts to eliminate them by eradicating plantations where film is grown. The Kodak plantation is currently under attack, but an army of grumpy old men with ancient cameras is doing its utmost to sprinkle Silver Vitamins over the plantation.

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    Hello people! I've had this camera for almost four months now, so in love with it. I think it's a classic in the making. It's made me explore street photography and finding it fascinating and endlessly challenging.



    Here's a shot from today.


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    Lots of great images since I last got something up. I'm perticularly loving the diversity of images that are being captured: street, candids, macros, landscapes and more. Great job everyone!

    Here are some images from a short after work hike in the mountains. It was an amazing way to start a weekend and I absolutely can't wait to get back to this area.






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    Fujinon 60/2.4
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    Testing the video with some flytying.
    Fujinon 60mm at f5.0. High ISO. Velvia mode. Manual focus.
    Light source - only the roof lamps in kitchen.

    https://vimeo.com/45796261

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    Beautiful shot! How did you process it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
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    Beautiful shot! How did you process it?

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    Thank you Lee, I started with RPP K64, light Denoise and Capture sharpening with Nick SW and a little tone adjustment in Viveza (all from inside CS6).
    It is not my usual LR4 based workflow but I found that starting with RPP it is easier to finish in CS6.

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    I didn't like to pre-judge but sort of guessed that it started in RPP - the detail and tones, K64 - great. Looks so film-like.

    Well done. I think it's the best X-Pro 1 shot I have seen so far - beautiful subjects, beautifully captured by yourself and so well rendered by RPP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    I didn't like to pre-judge but sort of guessed that it started in RPP - the detail and tones, K64 - great. Looks so film-like.

    Well done. I think it's the best X-Pro 1 shot I have seen so far - beautiful subjects, beautifully captured by yourself and so well rendered by RPP.

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    +1, Very natural and perfect rendering.
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    re: Fun with the Fuji X ___!

    Fujinon 60mm and RPP
    Nabours flower.


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