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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    Is it switching to MF in DMF and AF? That would make sense. Do you have your button set to "toggle" or "hold"?

    John, I am not sure what the funny stuff is happening under the posts at GetDPI, but I can't click the like button (I am using Safari). Thank you for your comment on my image. I hope to try the RX1 on a tracking mount if the weather holds out.
    Yes, I tried each of the front button setting and in each case I could toggle back and forth between auto focus and manual focus. setting the C button to toggle AF/MF setting and using the C button as the toggle. You can tell when it is in MF because no focus box appears but as soon as you start to turn the lens you get the magnification and focus peaking. Toggle it and you get the focus box and a 1/2 press puts you focus.
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    195 sec. exposure at f/5.6 and ISO400 under moonlight. The first non-diffused sunlight, all be it reflected, I have seen in days. The camera was simply manually focused to infinity--the LCD has no image, although the electronic level comes in handy.

    Amazing. 195 seconds? Unreal.
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    John, that third image is priceless.
    Don't know what is happening with the like button - turned into this weird share option.
    Keep posting.
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    OK, here is rare blog entry by yours truly regarding the Rx1.
    http://www.thesmokingcamera.com/blog...es-of-a-camera
    Enjoy.
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    A Few....








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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

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    With no disrespect to anyone else- Justice!

    Fabulous!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    195 sec. exposure at f/5.6 and ISO400 under moonlight. The first non-diffused sunlight, all be it reflected, I have seen in days. The camera was simply manually focused to infinity--the LCD has no image, although the electronic level comes in handy.

    Wow, this is really impressive! Did you see any noticeable noise or hot pixel? I am considering to sell my Fuji X100 and get this beauty for my international travels doing long exposure with a very portable package!
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    With no disrespect to anyone else- Justice!

    Fabulous!!
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    These are wonderful images!
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    These are wonderful images!
    Thanks Joe! I'm really enjoying the size & IQ so far.

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    Wow, this is really impressive! Did you see any noticeable noise or hot pixel? I am considering to sell my Fuji X100 and get this beauty for my international travels doing long exposure with a very portable package!
    The file is very clean--I don't see any hot pixels at all. Attached is a 100% crop from the center. Most of the softness is from the motion of the trees and my tripod moved a bit on the crusty snow on the grass. The jpeg compression does not help either. I was hoping to get out tonight, but the clouds have rolled in. There is some lateral CA in the brightest star (planet) in the corners, but most trails are clean. This fine has some adjustment to curves and some USM is applied in ACR. There is no noise reduction beyond the dark frame subtraction applied by the camera--I was thinking of testing the camera tonight without dark frame subtraction. I hope to test some exposures with a 9-stop ND filter around the new year.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    How did you determine the exposure time? Did the camera do it or did you just take a guess?
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    Quote Originally Posted by barjohn View Post
    How did you determine the exposure time? Did the camera do it or did you just take a guess?
    I determined exposure. I have found manual exposure works best at night.

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    I appreciate the great photography on this thread. I came very close to ordering the RX1 yesterday but stopped myself on the grounds I could not see when I would use it in place of my beloved Sigma DP2M and DP1M cameras. If the RX1 cost a bit less then it would make more sense for my purposes.
    I would say if your photography domain is ISO 200 or less with the Sigma's for when you need the better quality shots, there's really no reason (imho) for you to get the RX1 unless some operational issue was really getting in the way of the photos you wanted to take.

    I don't have a DP2M only because I do shoot in available light/low light but if I was shooting in daylight and low ISO, I would have bought one yesterday :-)

    Just commenting, I get the impression you know exactly what you want, don't mean to sound like I know any better.

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    i can't tell you how much I am enjoying the weather. Here is some RX1 bokeh at f/2.2.

    I like that this shots suggests "flames".... I would play with this subject/glass some more if I was you! :-)

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
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    Steve, you are off topic
    This thread exists to show the abilities of the RX-1. As usual, you show that few if any cameras have limitations in your hands. Great photos

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    I would say if your photography domain is ISO 200 or less with the Sigma's for when you need the better quality shots, there's really no reason (imho) for you to get the RX1 unless some operational issue was really getting in the way of the photos you wanted to take.

    I don't have a DP2M only because I do shoot in available light/low light but if I was shooting in daylight and low ISO, I would have bought one yesterday :-)

    Just commenting, I get the impression you know exactly what you want, don't mean to sound like I know any better.

    - Raist
    I had the DP2M for a while and the IQ is just great. However, I could not live with the limitations as I don't just shoot in good conditions. In comparing similar images taken of the same subject with the RX1, the differences are so small that only a close examination would exhibit the difference. The increased flexibility of the RX1 made it worth it to me. Of course, you can't achieve the subject separation and bokeh with the smaller sensor and slower lens. But micro-contrast on the Foveon is just fantastic and in good light the color is really good. If I could justify it I would own both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raist3d View Post
    I like that this shots suggests "flames".... I would play with this subject/glass some more if I was you! :-)

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Took a short hike up to the bunkers in Lanikai.
    This is located on the windward side of Oahu.
    The two islands are called the Mokulua Islands - the one on the right is a bird preserve and off limits.
    All photos at iso 100, f/8 or f/11 except for the couple in the bunkers at f/3.2.
    Shot raw and PP in Lightroom.
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    Joe, again great shots and what a lovely place to be, but the couple in the bunker really connected!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pophoto View Post
    Joe, again great shots and what a lovely place to be, but the couple in the bunker really connected!
    Thanks. I am fortunate to live here. Yes, I enjoyed meeting the couple. They did seem very fond of one another.
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    Thanks. I am fortunate to live here. Yes, I enjoyed meeting the couple. They did seem very fond of one another.
    I hope they gave you an e-mail address or you exchanged business cards!
    Definitely a vacation keeper!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Steve, you are off topic
    This thread exists to show the abilities of the RX-1. As usual, you show that few if any cameras have limitations in your hands. Great photos
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shashin View Post
    i can't tell you how much I am enjoying the weather. Here is some RX1 bokeh at f/2.2.

    I Love This!!!
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    Joe.....Amazing IQ,Comps & Paradise Beauty Factor!!!

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    Here are some of my demo images with the camera. Was in NY and had just brought the camera. A fantastic walk around, great file size, I can push the images in post and the lens gives a great look to the image. Great little camera. Makes me yearn after my old Contax G2. In fact it has the same feel to me.















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    6x6, the color seems a little muted, but I assume that's your PP style, otherwise, NY looks a bit gloomy!
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    Joe, I am really liking your photos please keep them coming. Of the last set, I like the couple in the bunker and the shot from on top of the bunker with the 3 people and two islands the best. I am very envious of your location and weather.

    6x6, I love the NYC photos. The selective focus works well (e.g., older gentleman in far background of first photo). Did you use manual focus to select the focal point? I also really like the last image as well. Your PP style is very different than my own and it is great to see different styles. It makes me think, which is a good thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shtarka1 View Post
    Joe.....Amazing IQ,Comps & Paradise Beauty Factor!!!
    Thanks Steve. Yes, this little camera is quite amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Gowin View Post
    Joe, I am really liking your photos please keep them coming. Of the last set, I like the couple in the bunker and the shot from on top of the bunker with the 3 people and two islands the best. I am very envious of your location and weather.
    Thanks Mark. I also enjoy the two photos you like. Quite a bit of detail in the couple image including some nice reflections in their glasses. Plus the graffiti colors just pop even though it was quite dark inside. As much as I enjoy living in Hawaii, I equally enjoy visiting New York and elsewhere for a completely different feel and look. More photos soon perhaps. Happy holidays.
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    Joe,

    That 7th shot almost gives me vertigo as I feel like I am going to fall off the side of the mountain.
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    Hosermage, I deliberately mute the colour in a lot of my work. I like the look. However ny was very overcast when I was there.

    Mark, the image of the man taking in he sun was using auto focus. I just worked very quickly. Zone focussing may have been the better option, but I didn't have any time to think.

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    Moonlight dog walk. ISO 25,600, f/2, 0.4 sec., 35mm lens, handheld. AF hunted a bit.

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    Joe,

    I know you take great photos, I view them and think "WOW". You also have great cameras. How do you decide which the great camera you that you take on a photo shoot?

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    Great, great pictures posted here, congrats.
    Just received mine and I am super happy...it is the quiet compact I was waiting for, for the ski, the bike and on the walk with the dogs ;-)
    We had one day with blue sky...so I did a few pictures if you want to see them a bit large, they are on my server there:
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    If you see something unusual, let me know, I learn ;-)
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    A few family snaps from Christmas Eve...

    1/60 @ f2.0 ISO 640


    1/80 @ f2.0 ISO 1000


    1/80 @ f2.0 ISO 640


    1/80 @ f2.0 ISO 400
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    Mike, the variety in your Christmas Eve photos show the versatility of this little camera when coupled with a photographer with a good eye. Well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hatam View Post
    A few family snaps from Christmas Eve...
    Beautiful photos Mike. What a nice holiday treat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard View Post
    Joe,

    I know you take great photos, I view them and think "WOW". You also have great cameras. How do you decide which the great camera you that you take on a photo shoot?
    Very nice of you - thanks. Which camera depends on the shoot. D800 is all around, D3s for low light action shots, H4d-40 for studio and daylight, Rx100 for fun and still evaluating the Rx1.
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    Went to a Christmas brunch and saw this Pink Cadillac in the parking lot.
    Fortunately, I had the Sony Rx1 with me.
    A few photos.















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    Very, VERY nice photos in this thread. Steve, love those BW portraits, beautiful. Joe, the Cadillac shots are stunning. The second one is just awesome. I am falling in love, painfully, with the way that Sonnar draws the out of focus areas...
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    Happy Boxing Day from Brunswick, ME.


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    This is a landscape I made, f/4, 1/80s, ISO 250. Love the image quality from this camera.

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    You can't really judge jpeg performance very easily from any camera in tests like that, because they use the jpeg settings shipped with the camera, and those settings are very adjustable.

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    "The Sony DSC-RX1 produces superb images, with a fantastic amount of detail, colour and dynamic range. It really is the best image quality you'll get in something of this size."
    That's an excerpt from the very same test

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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    "The Sony DSC-RX1 produces superb images, with a fantastic amount of detail, colour and dynamic range. It really is the best image quality you'll get in something of this size."
    That's an excerpt from the very same test
    Yeah, I just summarized the headline I read on Sonyalpharumors and then linked the URL directly to the review, it was just a FYI for another review. Personally I love camera, but only really shoot raw with it, so I not really one who knows or cares about the OOC jpeg quality.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Christmas at the grandparents...

    f2.0 @ 1/80 - ISO 1600


    f2.0 @ 1/80 - ISO 320
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    Fashion Shoot...

    f2.0 @ 1/80 - ISO 320


    f2.0 @ 1/80 - ISO 500
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    Very nice, Mike! One could feel the atmosphere in the shots.

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