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    Suncatcher at work. Contax G 45mm f/2 Planar at f/5.6 ISO 400. From raw processed in Silkypix.

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    35/1.4 / Pro-X
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    Very nice Roy.....keep them coming.

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    Thanks, Rich.

    35/1.4 / Pro-X in early AM dark, flat light...windy, rainy. Set Pro-X on A, and lens on A...almost all shots close to wide open...goosed up color and contrast a bit...impressed with wide open sharpness.

    First image: decaying piece of putting green astro-turf
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    35/1.4 / Pro-X in macro mode. Just figured out how to work in macro mode...still shooting A/A so depth of focus is shallow.

    Next step...manual mode to increase depth of focus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    35/1.4 / Pro-X in macro mode. Just figured out how to work in macro mode...still shooting A/A so depth of focus is shallow.

    Next step...manual mode to increase depth of focus.
    Nice macros Roy. Looks like you are having fun with the XP1.
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    A few shots from a walkabout with the XP1+35 1.4 on the waterfront. First warm spring day this month. All jpegs from camera.





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    Carl: very nice pics, especially the last one...the trees.

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    Output as TIFF from Silkypix and PP in Lightroom:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Output as TIFF from Silkypix and PP in Lightroom:



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    Very nice Lee. Great detail and sharp. How did you like working with Silkypix? I do the minimum processing in SP and then like you have done work on the tif in LR. Sure hope we get raw support soon form Adobe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Carl: very nice pics, especially the last one...the trees.

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    Thank you Roy. I have been shooting this willow grove that is on my daily walking route for several years. Very old trees that will soon be gone.
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    Thanks for all the examples, folks. It's looking to me like the sensor handles DR, esp. shadow details, very nicely. Probably won't replace my M8 with it, but you never know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Very nice Lee. Great detail and sharp. How did you like working with Silkypix? I do the minimum processing in SP and then like you have done work on the tif in LR. Sure hope we get raw support soon form Adobe.
    Thanks Carl

    Silkypix on my Mac is rather slow so I prefer not to do much with it. I used the Super Neutral preset and export it as TIFF with no sharpening.

    I was able to get a better result this way for this particular image as the JPEG seemed to lose a lot of the detail in the mid tone to brighter parts but I am not sure why. Playing with a few others, I had better results with the JPEGs, so it seems to depend on the image. One thing is for sure, using auto-dr does a great job of preserving highlights. I may next try using standard DR (100%) and making sure I don't blow highlights by keeping an eye on the histogram and see how that compares.

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    I have fiddled with the OOC JPEG a little more and got a better result. The SP version needed a substantial highlights reduction. With the JPEG, which was Velvia, I have dropped the exposure, reduced contrast, opened up the blacks and bumped up the clarity.



    I think this is closer now to the SP version and is better, maybe! I am not really sure if there is much to be gained with tinkering with the RAW after all but I will no doubt change my mind. I am not that good at PP anyway!

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    Omg... Do people still roller skate these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Thanks Carl

    Silkypix on my Mac is rather slow so I prefer not to do much with it. I used the Super Neutral preset and export it as TIFF with no sharpening.

    I was able to get a better result this way for this particular image as the JPEG seemed to lose a lot of the detail in the mid tone to brighter parts but I am not sure why. Playing with a few others, I had better results with the JPEGs, so it seems to depend on the image. One thing is for sure, using auto-dr does a great job of preserving highlights. I may next try using standard DR (100%) and making sure I don't blow highlights by keeping an eye on the histogram and see how that compares.

    Cheers
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    Lee, Try playing with the "demoscaicing sharpening" before saving the file. This has a very big impact on the files, especially with cams with no AA filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Lee, Try playing with the "demoscaicing sharpening" before saving the file. This has a very big impact on the files, especially with cams with no AA filter.
    Hi Vivek

    Silkypix is one of those things that comes and goes in my life, mostly 'goes'! I just spent 20 mins trying to find 'demosaic', ah under 'Development', doh! Default is 80. Are you suggesting I reduce it before export? Does anyone have any good SP tutorials for getting newbies up to speed? On the Mac I have either the bundled V3 or the Developer Studio Pro 4.1, on trial ...

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    Lee, Sorry. I should have mentioned it.

    Yes, 80 is too much for sunlit contrasty shots. Try 20-30 for starters.

    There is also adjustments for DR optimization (not great IME).

    The CA tool is simple and effective.

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    35/1,4 / Pro-X: all jpeg images...more macro pics, this time stopping down, around F/8 - F11 at 250th, ISO 400. Easter time in South Florida produces these spectacular amaryllis blooms...hope they have been well served here.

    Peeling paint, rusty metal, and the neighbor's mailbox makes for interesting macro shots.

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    Another from Silkypix but most PP in LR. I may be getting the hang of it. I still think they are better (even from RAW) if auto-dr is enabled.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigkidneys View Post
    Omg... Do people still roller skate these days?
    Oh for sure - and also stand-up paddle boarding and dragon boat racing on the inlet.

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    35/1,4 / Pro-X: all jpeg images...more macro pics, this time stopping down, around F/8 - F11 at 250th, ISO 400. Easter time in South Florida produces these spectacular amaryllis blooms...hope they have been well served here.
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    Beautiful garden flowers Roy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Another from Silkypix but most PP in LR. I may be getting the hang of it. I still think they are better (even from RAW) if auto-dr is enabled.
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    Looks good Lee. I also leave AUTO DR on and haven't seen any negative aspects of doing this yet.

    Here is one taken today at the marina under cloudy skies. XP1+18mm f/2. Lens is OK, but not in the same league as the 35. SEP2 conversion of camera jpeg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Oh for sure - and also stand-up paddle boarding and dragon boat racing on the inlet.




    Beautiful garden flowers Roy.



    Looks good Lee. I also leave AUTO DR on and haven't seen any negative aspects of doing this yet.

    Here is one taken today at the marina under cloudy skies. XP1+18mm f/2. Lens is OK, but not in the same league as the 35. SEP2 conversion of camera jpeg.

    It's funny you say that. We had our first Dragon Boat races yesterday here on Perdido Key and as I write this, am repairing a ding on my daughter's paddleboard! How crazy is that!

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    35/1.4 / Pro-X-1: all jpegs...story to tell with these pics...rendering of fine detail is so great that I have doubts that this IQ will translate to web images...take a look.

    the doorknob pic: this was a plain dark brown door and a white wall until my grandson monkeyed with the color...I was just trying to show how sharp the doorknob is.

    Antherium in pic #3...my daily attempt at phallic symbols. Pic #4: gardenias...didn't see the fly until post processing...
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    Great shots Roy. I tried some yesterday with in-camera sharpening set to zero. At first when I looked at them I had forgotten this and wondered if I had the dreaded 'bad AF syndrome' about which some people speak! But no, they sharpen up nicely in LR - I went up to 45 here:



    Not sure if better or worse than the default sharpening in the camera.

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    Back in the garden early this AM: 35/1.4 / Pro-X-1. All jpegs...minimal processing, some cropped...again, great rendering of fine detail.
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    Great stuff Roy. How does it compare with with the K5 and others?

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    A few high contrast scenes taken in 90 degree F bright sunshine along a gorge trail this afternoon with the XP1 and 35 1.4. Dark shadows and almost blown highlights were handled fairly well with auto DR. Just jpegs with minor processing in LR4.







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    That's astounding. I was just about to upload another one but yours are so much more ... well, just so 'there'. Anyone out there still doubting? We don't work for Fuji ...



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    Those are just superb ... give me the 90 degrees ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
    Great shots Roy. I tried some yesterday with in-camera sharpening set to zero. At first when I looked at them I had forgotten this and wondered if I had the dreaded 'bad AF syndrome' about which some people speak! But no, they sharpen up nicely in LR - I went up to 45 here:
    Not sure if better or worse than the default sharpening in the camera.
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    Looks fine Lee. I've been keeping default sharpening, but -2 noise reduction.

    Quote Originally Posted by benroy View Post
    Back in the garden early this AM: 35/1.4 / Pro-X-1. All jpegs...minimal processing, some cropped...again, great rendering of fine detail.
    Great detail and color in your garden shots Roy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
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    That's astounding. I was just about to upload another one but yours are so much more ... well, just so 'there'. Anyone out there still doubting? We don't work for Fuji ...



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    Gorgeous colors in this landscape Lee. Just a beautiful scene. The 90 degree fluke is due to a very strong storm system approaching form the west. It will be back to 50 degrees tomorrow.
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    Lee and Carl: my gosh! This is really good stuff! Thanks for sharing and hope there will be more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scho View Post
    Gorgeous colors in this landscape Lee. Just a beautiful scene. The 90 degree fluke is due to a very strong storm system approaching form the west. It will be back to 50 degrees tomorrow.
    Well, last April we had the warmest on record. Last March (i.e. a month ago) we had one of the warmest on record. Today about 10 degrees C? I'm cold but must not complain ... this rape field scene - I saw it on the drive to work and it's one of those 'must get out with the camera at the weekend' moments. Well, I did, not too early (about 9am), it was quite cold, but heck I haven't felt truly compelled to go to a scene since my Mamiya 7 days.

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    Lee and Carl: my gosh! This is really good stuff! Thanks for sharing and hope there will be more.

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    Roy,

    Thanks, it's just luck (for me) but the camera instills something and I guess that's the thing. Bring on more of your superb shots. Have you thought about the 60mm macro? I am more likely to go for the 18mm but I wonder if the 60mm would be on your horizon?

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    Thanks for the kind words, Lee and Carl. 60 macro is definitely on the wish list...have already put in my pre-order. Getting used to the macro option on the Pro-X...making the switch is becoming more and more reflexive...I'm really amazed at the image quality.

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    ISO 6400 in a very dark bar, straight from camera with no post. 35/1.4 wide open. A little photo get together last Friday night.

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    Love the tones in the speed graphic shot

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    Love the tones in the speed graphic shot
    Thanks Terry. I think it was set to Velvia mode with a +1 sharpening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
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    That's astounding. I was just about to upload another one but yours are so much more ... well, just so 'there'. Anyone out there still doubting? We don't work for Fuji ...

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    Lovely Lee . . . and Carl and Roy and Kdemas - goods coming up by the bucket load.

    The Oil seed rape is developing nicely here too . . . but we're promised a week of rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdemas View Post
    ISO 6400 in a very dark bar, straight from camera with no post. 35/1.4 wide open. A little photo get together last Friday night.
    Very nice kedemas. The XP1 handles high ISO with ease.
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    Lovely Lee . . . and Carl and Roy and Kdemas - goods coming up by the bucket load.

    The Oil seed rape is developing nicely here too . . . but we're promised a week of rain
    Thanks for looking Jono. I'm still in learning mode with this camera, but having fun with it.

    Another jpeg shot from today's excursion. This one needed a little help from Topaz Adjust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdemas View Post
    ISO 6400 in a very dark bar, straight from camera with no post. 35/1.4 wide open. A little photo get together last Friday night.

    Wow!

    Quite apart from the ISO 6400, I'm loving the tones in this shot... beautiful!

    Thanks

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    35/1.4 / Pro-X-1: all jpegs.
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    Three from today's walk with the XP1+35 1.4, all jpegs.

    Driftwood


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    Great shots; keep them coming! Are either of you 'doing' anything much to the JPGs in PP?

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    Carl: you have the magic touch with trees...a delight to the eye!

    PP work with Pro-X images is light...more cropping (there's a reason: haven't got the hang of the VF frames, so I opt for more space so that I won't miss something on the edges). Very light sharpening, some old fashioned burning in on the corners, holding back on some deep shadows. By the way, Pro-X shadow detail not as noisy as other compact cameras....also, haven't run into blocked highlights with the Pro-X...shooting only in the contrasty early AM light this was a problem with other cameras...haven't used exposure adjustment wheel yet...this was a matter of course with Canons and Nikons.

    Looking forward to using RAW...hope the raw conversion outfits have something on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sapphie View Post
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    Great shots; keep them coming! Are either of you 'doing' anything much to the JPGs in PP?

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    Not much, but some highlights and clarity adjustments when needed in LR4 and occasionally a light application of Topaz Adjust clarity for "pop". No sharpening.
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    35/1.4 / Pro-X-1:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    Sadly, my X100 will be wringing it's way back to Fuji for a replacement lens assembly tomorrow... Hopefully that will permanently solve the sticky aperture blade problem. At least it failed within warranty

    Strangely, I only checked it because auto white balance went cold and it had to go in anyway.

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    Just for info, somebody over on x100forum.com has spotted that you can set a 1:1 square aspect ratio. It works both in EVF and OVF, though only the JPEGs will be cropped.

    LOL, I had missed this, even though I had noticed the 16x9 format! It works best in EVF as, unfortunately, the OVF framelines are not very accurate, so you will end up with maybe having to crop afterwards anyway. This is a pity as in OVF view you can, of course, see 'beyond the edges' whilst composing.

    It's a great feature but I do wonder if it's just easier to crop in LR or whatever afterwards.

    The relatively inaccurate framelines are my only issue with this camera so far.

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