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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

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    Beautiful photos Mike. What a nice holiday treat.
    Mark & Joe - I appreciate the comments. I'm definitely enjoying the RX1. I also brought along my A99, and used it for some shots, but the RX1 is so small and liberating, that it's getting the most use.

    I find myself mainly shooting without the EVF (which I have purchased), as I can get more creative angles by holding the camera away from my face. I think the EVF will become much more important when shooting outdoors, landscapes, etc., where careful composition is critical.

    Also - the high ISO capability of this camera is fantastic. I have set max auto ISO to 3200, and just shoot away, not worrying about what ISO the camera selects. I also like that the camera tends to pick 1/80s as the slowest shutter speed before bumping ISO to get the exposure. This gives me a lot of freedom and worry-free shooting in Aperture-Priority mode, which is the only way I like to shoot.
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    Very nice, Mike! One could feel the atmosphere in the shots.
    Thanks Vivek. I was dealing with some difficult indoor lighting in the first shot - I didn't like the color version, but the B&W conversion was workable.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    More family snaps...

    f2.0 @ 1/80 - ISO 1000


    f2.0 @ 1/80 - ISO 1250
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    I like seeing family photos because it shows what can be done with this camera that looks to everyone like a P&S.

    I hope this little series doesn't bore you but here are a few shots of my two grand children (Cousins 9 days apart Norah & Quinn's first Christmas)











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    John

    Your baby photos are excellent.

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    Nice. The one with the scratches is a boy?

    (Whether you like it or not, it is a P&S cam and it will always be one, even if you buy all the accessories that Sony lists)

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    Thanks Howard.

    Vivek, I agree, it is a P&S and that is what makes it work so well in that people really ignore it in ways they didn't with my other cameras. It just is non-threatening and when they see the images they just can't believe they came from that little camera. Needless to say, I don't mention the cost. Oh! and yes the scratched and dented one is the boy.
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    John, are right about it being a P&S and people ignoring it in ways. I get a completely different reaction from people when I point my S2 at them - it seems they recognize it as a serious camera (probably due to size) and then they act more conscious about getting their photo taken - they are not as candid as when I point the RX1 at them.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Lots of weather today--just like Hawaii, but with less sunshine. We will be stuck in a nor'easter for a day or so with 10-14 inches of snow predicted to fall by the end. Where in the menu is the "Clean Driveway" function?

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    Enjoying the family snaps and the cold snap.

    Did a bridal shoot today.
    Just before the bride stepped outside I took this shot with the Rx1.
    Processed with silver efex pro to give a bit of a high key look.
    1/250 f/2 iso1600.
    Here you go.

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    Joe, I suddenly miss your signature about which gear will suffice!
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    Very nice shot. I'm sure the bride will like it.
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    Shashin,

    Makes me shiver. I'm glad our snow like that is up at Big Bear or Mammoth!
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    Fun with miniature mode in NYC on December 23, 2012





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    Some shots at Helmsley Building, around 11 PM







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    Well, the damage was not so bad. We only had about 6-7 inches. Took a break while I was clearing the driveway to run out into the "garden" and take a few images in the late afternoon light (for those of you who live further south, that is around 3pm). If you like shooting square formats, the square grid overlay in the RX1 helps a lot. The neat thing is you also have about +/-6mm (5.95mm to be more exact) of shift or rise/fall. The lens is close to normal with a square crop.

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    Very nice colorful night shots in NYC just4fun.
    What a beautiful exposed image shashin.
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    What a beautiful exposed image shashin.
    Thanks, Joe. That exposure compensation dial is the bee's knees.

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    Wow, this thread looks like it was shot with an M9 with a Zeiss 35 on it. That's high praise!!!
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    A few more shots from Chinatown and elsewhere.
    Getting a feel for how the Rx1 would work as a primary street/travel camera.













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    Joe, I especially like the third one
    (Reminds me of Kung Fu Hustle!)
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    I liked the third one too! Third to the right that is...
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    Good one Po-Ming Chu. Kung Fu Hustle! - now I want to see it.
    LOL John. In Hawaii, street photography = beach photography.
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    and this is NYC Street photography style I am not so good with B&W so please bare with me
    Thanks all for the "like"







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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Having bought and sold Fuji's X100 and XPro1, I held my breath when ordering the RX1. Concerns quickly evaporated, this is a remarkable camera. Some quick shots over Christmas attached. These were taken on auto-ISO (which I set between 100 and 3200) and Aperture priority - which served particularly well for indoor shots.
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    Tourist snaps from Kiev, ooc jpegs, NR turned off. Quite a travel camera, this little Sony.
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    A few more from Kiev.
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    More NYC pictures on Xmas day, walk and shoot







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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    OK, first big test for the Rx1 today - sort of. Shot an Indian party before a wedding.
    Most of the evening I used my trusty Nikon D3s, but I took the Sony to give it a spin.
    I set shutter speed and aperture manually and set iso to auto. Used multi autofocus and turned face detection on.
    Here are a few photos from this evening.
    Everything here at f/2. Iso between 2000 and 12,800 except for flash photo at end at iso 100 and photo of henna on hands at iso 800.
    Enjoy.































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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    I'd say that's a victory for the RX-1 in your hands Joe... wonderful!

    What shutter speeds did you use?

    Thanks for sharing

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    Hi Joe,

    Having shot the same scene just days apart with the M9+28'Cron, I do believe your shots came out better, both in color and contrast. I'd have to select a medium contrast curve and push up clarity to match your IQ. Just bringing this up to say how wonderful the RX1 is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    I'd say that's a victory for the RX-1 in your hands Joe... wonderful!

    What shutter speeds did you use?

    Thanks for sharing

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    Thanks Brian. Shutter speed between 1/125 to 1/250 (most at 1/125), aperture at f/2.
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    Great shots Joe! My favorites are the B&W images. They are striking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hosermage View Post
    Hi Joe,

    Having shot the same scene just days apart with the M9+28'Cron, I do believe your shots came out better, both in color and contrast. I'd have to select a medium contrast curve and push up clarity to match your IQ. Just bringing this up to say how wonderful the RX1 is!
    Aloha David and welcome to Hawaii. Conditions vary daily, hourly and by the minute from the Pali Lookout making it difficult to make true camera/lens comparisons. Time of the day, cloud cover and vog (volcanic gas) are just some of the factors. On a good day the mountains in the background and Chinaman's Hat (the tiny island in the middle) can be quite clear. On a bad day, everything is quite hazy. Nevertheless, the Rx1 is a nice performer and this particular day was pretty good. Hope you are enjoying your visit.
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    Great shots Joe! My favorites are the B&W images. They are striking.
    Thanks Mike. I thought about converting everything to black and white but decided to keep a few in color just to show how the Rx1 captures colors under low light/high iso conditions.
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    I was on the fence about the RX1. Ready and packed to return it to B&H and wait with my dollars for the arrival of the new M.

    After working a few of the files tho and mentally recapping my experience shooting this thing, I am keeping her and rather selling the XPro1. Shooting with the display is a nuisance to me, but that can be fixed by buying (first: finding) an EVF for it. A case will make the camera a little grippier for my big hands. Overall tho, it is a pleasure to shoot. The files are beautifully malleable in post, the B/W conversions have the nice Zeiss pop that I am used to from my ZF glass.



























    Mix of SOOC JPG and LR4 processed raws.
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    Viad,

    Those images do pop! By the way, the Gariz case is now available. I have had his cases in the past and they are well made and very flexible in use as you don't have to remove them to access the battery and SD card for and the folding recessed screw allows for a loop clip attachment while still providing a tripod attachment point (though in this case it is off center with the lens). Gariz Italy Leather Camera Half Case Brown for Sony RX1 XS CHRX1BR New | eBay I almost ordered it but I was concerned about the extra height it adds to the camera. My hands are probably average size.
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    Joe,

    The B&Ws are stunning and you seem to nail focus on every shot with eyes that sparkle. The third one with the colored sticks looks like they are jumping out of my monitor at me. I don't know if you were there official photographer or not as I see the other photographer in the one shot but if you weren't they are probably wishing you were.
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    This thread helped pushed me over the edge to buy the camera probably more so than anything else I saw on the Internet...the wallet says thanks? Seriously, had the camera a little less than a week and love it. A few shots.





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    I'm a big fan of portraits. They are always a challenge. Do you capture the look you want. Does it convey the feelings you saw and the hardest part is having your subject like them. It seems to never fail, the look you thought was precious they think is goofy or less than flattering. I keep trying but sometimes I just try to please myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barjohn View Post
    I'm a big fan of portraits. They are always a challenge. Do you capture the look you want. Does it convey the feelings you saw and the hardest part is having your subject like them. It seems to never fail, the look you thought was precious they think is goofy or less than flattering. I keep trying but sometimes I just try to please myself.
    Me too, especially kid portraits. Kids express emotions differently than most adults. Our son isn't self-conscious about goofy or off guard shots - we're lucky he's still at a good age I guess. Some of my favorites are his goofy moments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kuujinbo View Post
    This thread helped pushed me over the edge to buy the camera probably more so than anything else I saw on the Internet...the wallet says thanks? Seriously, had the camera a little less than a week and love it. A few shots.
    These are very cool images. Nice style you have.
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    Vlad, I really like that first photo. Well done.
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    Vlad, I really like that first photo. Well done.
    +1 - great shot Vlad - and the goofy shots of your son kuujinbo.
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    Joe,

    The B&Ws are stunning and you seem to nail focus on every shot with eyes that sparkle. The third one with the colored sticks looks like they are jumping out of my monitor at me. I don't know if you were there official photographer or not as I see the other photographer in the one shot but if you weren't they are probably wishing you were.
    Thanks John. When autofocus and face detection hit the mark - the images are superb. However, when the camera misses, it can miss badly. I would say the Rx1 is like a home run hitter who strikes out quite a bit as opposed to a singles hitter who hits for a high average but never produces that ESPN highlight clip.

    Yes, I was the official photographer except for the pre-ceremony event.

    And by the way, I am starting to have an issue with the camera which I will discuss later. In the meantime here are a few more photos from the reception at f/2.2 (oops - didn't turn the aperture ring all the way).









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    Joe, your hit rate is so high, I can only imagine that any issues you have to be quite an annoying one! Which is often the case when something is so good but just not perfect!
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    ...I am starting to have an issue with the camera which I will discuss later...
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    I have never been able to shoot one-handed with a medium-format camera. It is really nice to have focus and the aperture on the lens. You do get used to releasing the shutter with your ring finger.
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    Shashin, very OT, but your picture reminds me to Erich Salomon:



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    Re: Fun with the RX-1

    Joe,

    If the issue is AF sometimes indicating focus but being off, I have seen this issue. I am still trying to learn how the AF works and when to use MF. Last night I was doing some experimenting in extremely low light and it appeared that the camera could find focus a little faster with center focus over flexible spot. However, results weren't consistent enough for me to state that with certainty. I also seem to find that it struggles more with faces than with inanimate objects. I plan to do some more controlled experiments to learn what works best and under what conditions. I don't know if this is the issue you are referring to or not. By the way MF is dead on in very very low light.
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