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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    A few more. An easy camera to carry around and shoot. Lovely rendering, IMHO.

    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2; ISO 200


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/125s @ f/2; ISO 200


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/2; ISO 250


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/160s @ f/2; ISO 200


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/2; ISO 800


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/8; ISO 5000


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/8; ISO 3200


    RX-1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/8; ISO 250


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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Here is a quick test shot with my wife as the model to test flash indoors at 1/80, ISO 250 f2.

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    John and Matt, just a quick thank you for posting these shots. I must say these images look even better than I had anticipated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peterv View Post
    John and Matt, just a quick thank you for posting these shots. I must say these images look even better than I had anticipated.
    Totally Agree! Can't Wait For Mine To Get Here From B&H, Unless You Have An Inside Tip For Me Matty On Where To Score One Faster! Nice To See You MD!
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    @ Matt

    these shots all look really great, the RX1 seems to be a winner

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    I handled one at the local camera store yesterday and was surprised how small it is and how fast it focuses. It's not OMD fast, but beats a NEX7 and Fuji XE1 by quite a margin. AF, overall responsiveness and write time seemed quite speedy. Luckily for my credit card, the only one the store had was not for sale. Above pics from John and Matt look promising, I particularly like how smooth the lens renders the transition from in focus to oof areas. This starts to look like a winner. I'm thinking of selling some other gear to get one.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    One thing I forgot to mention is the shots taken on my roof deck are just RAW converted to TIF in Sony's converter and imported into LR and exported as 1200 pixel wide JPGs. No PP at all and NR and sharpening all set to zero. I found that when I played with them in LR late yesterday that they could be improved over what I posted with a little PP but I was in a hurry to get those posted so you all could see how well the camera does.

    This is the first camera of many that I have owned that I actually find the Auto ISO useful. You just pick it up and shoot and unless it is something you really want optimal you will get a very high quality image just doing that. I played with zone focusing last night and due to the shallow DOF, it seemed like I needed f11 to get sharp images close to me after setting the focus to a specific distance. It is too bad that Sony did not include DOF markers on the distance scale in MF. At least it remembers the focus distance and there is zero lag when shooting. I'll need to compute a DOF scale and stick it in a note on my iPhone for reference.

    The EVF is not only excellent but substantially smaller than the Leica or Olympus EVF. Here are some quick comparison shots taken with my iphone.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Look what came in the mail this evening. No, not the dog...

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    This is also and OOC JPEG taken when taking the dog for a walk.

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    Just a quick test to see how the JPEGs are in low light.

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    Shashin, good stuff coming through this thread, how does it feel now you finally have it in hand, pros and cons?
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Boy, this camera is quiet. I am really pleased, but, with a lot of cameras, I need to go though a breaking in period to come to terms with it. My first impression is very good. The ergonomics and design are very nice including the button layout and menus. I like how you can customize the camera, for example, you can put AF on the C button next to the shutter button to activate the AF in the manual focus mode. I was a little worried I might not be able to hold it well, but it feels fine to me--I am tall and have big hands. The shutter button is a bit of a surprise. It feels soft. Combined with the really quiet shutter--I have mentioned this is a quiet camera--it feels like it will really be great to shoot at slow shutter speeds handheld. I am really waiting for ACR support to comment on the images, but the JPEGs I posted are straight out of the camera.

    I have a really good feeling about this camera.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    It has been growing on me steadily. I was worried when I sold my X100 and EM-5 to buy this camera whether it would turn out to be as good as my anticipation based on the images I saw posted by Steve Huff, especially after trying the DP2M and being very impressed with the IQ. So far this camera has not let me down.

    I like to think of myself as a thinker that is deliberative about my shots but when I am in the thick of things I am so focused on the framing and catching the moment that I forget to check the basics like exposure, etc. and this camera just comes through with great images. Shutter speed is quick enough to handle motion blur and and it adjusts ISO up for exposure (with auto ISO) and out comes this fantastic picture that was just as you envisioned it and you go wow! So many times in the past I go back and look and I go crap, why wasn't I paying attention to this setting or the other, no wonder I have so few keepers but so far with this camera that hasn't been the case.

    The really great fun is that I know I am just getting started and it will get better as I learn more about how it works. The X100 took a great deal of effort before it was producing what I wanted when I wanted and there were things like the creamy bokeh that this camera produces that it just couldn't do or the really clean ISO. The upper realistic limit was 1600 for me and 3200 in a pinch but this camera makes 6400 look like the X100 at somewhere between 1600 and 3200. That is saying a lot and the color may even be better than Fuji coor which I really like.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Shashin,

    I love that picture of the trees and the stars. Living on the coast we get the marine layer moving in in the evening here in Southern California so the stars are lost in the low fog. There are certain times of the year that we get the clear skies when the marine layer stays off shore but this isn't one of them.

    For those of you unfamiliar with Southern California, the japanese current runs down our coast from Alaska and the cold water and the warmer air from our land/desert climate creates a fog we call the marine layer. Some times it stays off shore and some times it sits over our coastal areas and even moves inland around 50-75 miles up against the mountain ranges. Sometimes it is low and at ground level and sometimes it is up about 500 feet above sea level. It can be beautiful in the mornings when it sits in the valleys as one motors through the hills and lower mountains.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Some nice images here.
    Thanks everyone for posting.
    Received my RX1 yesterday and now trying to learn this new setup.
    Seems like this is a camera you can just pick up and shoot.
    Here are a few photos on the beach and elsewhere.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Joe,

    As usual your images blow me away and piss me off because I want to be where you are! I really like your images and I think you will like this camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barjohn View Post
    Joe,

    As usual your images blow me away and piss me off because I want to be where you are! I really like your images and I think you will like this camera.
    LOL. Thanks. Someone has to test this camera in Hawaii. Wait a minute, San Clemente has some cool beaches.
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    Joe, right now I'm hating on you (stares at wallet!)

    Beautiful set!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    Joe, right now I'm hating on you (stares at wallet!)

    Beautiful set!
    Thanks and sorry you have to check your wallet. I did the same. I'm going all in with the Rx1. Sold my Fuji Xpro1 and planning to sell my Fuji X100. Hoping the Rx1 and Rx100 combo will work for me.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Just a quick question, does it do auto bracketing in RAW, and if so how many exposures can it do?
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Joe,

    Yes we do but it is kind of cool this time of year. I sold my X100 and EM-5 and some lenses to get this camera and I don't regret it. It was hard to part with the X100 even though it did not match the performance of the EM-5. The EM-5 didn't connect with me the way the X100 did. So far this camera is connecting even more. While there are some minor nits (aren't there always?) this camera just presses the right buttons for me overall.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    I just tested it and it can do 3 or 5 exposures in RAW and you can specify in .3 EV, .7EV, 1 EV, 2 EV or 3 EV steps. I think I got that right. I only tried the 3 exposure and it worked fine on RAW + JPG mode.
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    Excellent, thank you John!
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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Totally Agree! Can't Wait For Mine To Get Here From B&H, Unless You Have An Inside Tip For Me Matty On Where To Score One Faster! Nice To See You MD!
    Steve: Nice to see you here! No tips. I got the first one into my camera store. Only one to come in, so far. The clerks at the local SonyStyle Store wanted to know where the 'H' I got it! They didn't expect any until the 14th. You'll enjoy it when you get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Look what came in the mail this evening. No, not the dog...
    Shashin: Congratulations! Have fun!

    Joe: Congrats to you, too!

    Keep posting.

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    Joe,

    As usual your images blow me away and piss me off because I want to be where you are! I really like your images and I think you will like this camera.
    Joe: +1!!!

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    Some more from the Pike Place Market and the 'Wall of Gum'. OOC Jpegs processed in LR4 and 'Nik...'.

    RX1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/8; ISO 320


    RX1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/8; ISO 200


    RX1; 35mm f/2; 1/100s @ f/4; ISO 400


    RX1; 35mm f/2; 1/80s @ f/4; ISO 500


    RX1; 35mm f/2; 1/500s @ f/2; ISO 400


    RX1; 35mm f/2; 1/250s @ f/2; ISO 200


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    These are wonderful Matt. Really enjoy the variety of your shots.
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    Poked my head in a nail salon and took this photo.
    Lots of flavors.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Nice shots, everyone.

    Joe, very familiar scenery! My family have been visiting Oahu in winter quite often in recent years, and we'll be there again next weekend. I hope the weather will stay nice like your photos.

    Matt, the wall of gum look very cool until I found out what it was!
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    Thanks David.
    I expect the weather will be fine.
    What a nice treat to visit Hawaii during the holidays!
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    I just tested it and it can do 3 or 5 exposures in RAW and you can specify in .3 EV, .7EV, 1 EV, 2 EV or 3 EV steps. I think I got that right. I only tried the 3 exposure and it worked fine on RAW + JPG mode.
    To clarify, the Sony RX-1 will do the following auto bracketing modes in RAW format;

    .3 EV for 3 or 5 shots
    .7 EV for 3 or 5 shots
    1.0 EV for 3 shots
    2.0 EV for 3 shots
    3.0 EV for 3 shots

    At least on Elvis' RX-1.

    It's more than most cameras offer but sure would like to have seen 1, 2 and 3 EV for 5 shots and 1.0 EV for 7. On a camera with all of those 'art' modes it seems quixotic that it wouldn't have had auto-bracketing more suitable to HDR aficionados.
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    RX1 Tip of the Day

    When in manual exposure mode, press the AEL button while adjusting the aperture ring to also change the shutter speed to maintain the same exposure.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Interesting... does that means if you stop down by 1 stop, then it'll decrease speed to match? Is it by simple math, or does it re-evaluate the actual exposure by reading the sensor to find the right match?
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    Quote Originally Posted by m_driscoll View Post
    Steve: Nice to see you here! No tips. I got the first one into my camera store. Only one to come in, so far. The clerks at the local SonyStyle Store wanted to know where the 'H' I got it! They didn't expect any until the 14th. You'll enjoy it when you get it.

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    Great shots everyone and love the info!!! At first I was somewhat unsure about the IQ, but thanks to this thread, I now have my RX-1 arriving tomorrow

    Also great news Adobe have come to the table with RAW support for the RX-1
    Adobe releases Lightroom 4.3 and Adobe Camera Raw 7.3: Digital Photography Review
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Lots of grand shots everyone . . . . sad not to be joining in the fun.

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    Also great news Adobe have come to the table with RAW support for the RX-1
    Adobe releases Lightroom 4.3 and Adobe Camera Raw 7.3: Digital Photography Review
    It would be great if Adobe could do some sort of incremental update whenever they release new ACR support rather than having to update the whole 750mb file every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Interesting... does that means if you stop down by 1 stop, then it'll decrease speed to match? Is it by simple math, or does it re-evaluate the actual exposure by reading the sensor to find the right match?
    No, it is just keeping the exposure constant. So, if you stop down from f/5.6 to f/8, the shutter speed you have set will increase by one stop, for example, from 1/250 to 1/125. This is neat as once you have got the right exposure, it is easy to keep the exposure and change the setting to alter the DoF or optimize the shutter speed without having to play with both the aperture and shutter speed dials. It is kind of like Program shift for manual exposure.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    I'm still at least 60% interested... I get to decide for sure this Saturday

    Joe, I'm encouraged by your posts... Great photography, as always! And thanks to all for sharing here.

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    Thought I had decided to pass on RX1 but some off these shots are making think again. Love the market shots above.
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    Wo, stunning images, folks. The usual magic from Matt, Joe, Shashin, John, and gang.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Just some snaps handheld in a dark place with tricky lighting and high ISO. The stair images has lots more details in the shadows even at 5000ISO. First two opened in ACR with the new RX1 RAW profiles. That Sweep Panorama is fun!
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    Just received my camera, I am using cheapest solution for framing: Canon 35mm rangefinder viewfinder! looks nice isn't it?




    1st low light shot


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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Wow - stunning shot (piano scene)!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    Great shots everyone and love the info!!! At first I was somewhat unsure about the IQ, but thanks to this thread, I now have my RX-1 arriving tomorrow

    Also great news Adobe have come to the table with RAW support for the RX-1
    Adobe releases Lightroom 4.3 and Adobe Camera Raw 7.3: Digital Photography Review
    Charles: Congratulations. No 'RAW' excuse now!

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    For any of you whom have used the Fuji X series, what are your impression of file quality? I find that the XE-1/XPro 1 do a great job on many levels, and teh XE-1 in particular shouldn't feel all that different in hand than the RX-1.

    Sensor size nonwithstanding, are images coming from the RX-1 as sharp and microconrastedly good as the XE-1/XP-1, given that the RX-1 has an AA filter while the Fujis do not?
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    Yeah, I'm super-impressed by what I've seen here and on the FM forums from this camera.

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    Another low light shots from my recording studio I really love the camera so far...



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