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    Vivek, you'll be back before you know it and as great as ever.
    Even greater as ever - my guess!
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    I hope it's not against the rules to post this here:

    During the past years I've been enjoying the user groups of various cameras - mostly Leica - on Facebook very much. So since I am now the proud owner of a Sony RX1RM2, I thought it might be a good idea to start a group named Sony RX1R II User Group. I'd like to invite everyone who's on Facebook regularly to become a member and participate in the sharing of nice images and friendly discussion of all things related to the Sony RX1 series.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1067262476627694/
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    Vivek,
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    Vivek, prayers sent & looking forward to your return!

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    Vivek-

    All the best.
    Looking forward to having you back after a complete recovery.
    God Bless.

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    A couple of long exposure images with the little sony Rx1rii.



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    Vivek good luck - it just takes a little while to recover and you will better than new. I had this done in 2011.

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    Vivek, may your good deeds save you. Get well soon, we want to see your street images.
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    Sony RX1R II, 35mm f/2.8, ISO100, 1/2000sec.
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    Discovery ...

    ISO 3200 1/6s f/8 - handheld

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    Home, end of Winter

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    My sweet Maybellene....


    RX1R II, 35mm f/11, ISO50, 10sec.
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    Had fun with the RX1RII at a vintage car and airshow. Took it up in a C-47











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    Vivek, I hope everything went well and wish you the very best recovery.

    Hope to see you back soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Home, end of Winter

    What a beautiful English Cottage you have Quentin! Straight from Midsomer Murders

    Lovely photo. Thanks for sharing.
    Too much to list, let's just say I have a bad case of GAS.........
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    [QUOTE=The Smoking Camera;683092]A couple of long exposure images with the little sony Rx1rii.



    Joe, beautiful stuff. Is that a volcanic crater in the background?
    Too much to list, let's just say I have a bad case of GAS.........
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    Joe, beautiful stuff. Is that a volcanic crater in the background?
    Thank you Pradeep. Yes, that is iconic Diamond Head adjacent to Waikiki. It is a volcanic cone caused by a short-lived explosive event about 200,000 years ago.
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    Street Art, Hanbury St, London



    Street Art and girders, Allen Gardens Shoreditch, London

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    Charts

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Friends,

    Thank you very much for your kind wishes! Greatly appreciate each and every one of your posts.

    The bypass failed but a few stents appear to be holding (and also possibly salvaged one of the bypass grafts as well) and keeping me going.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/vivek-iyer/25906317056/

    Everything was too sudden. 4 days to surgery from an EKG and all that. I witnessed nothing but a miracle in the recovery room in the way my "neighbors" acted (all recovering from bypass and such themselves) towards me. It was simply overwhelming.

    Again, thank you friends!
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

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    Friends,

    Thank you very much for your kind wishes! Greatly appreciate each and every one of your posts.

    The bypass failed but a few stents appear to be holding (and also possibly salvaged one of the bypass grafts as well) and keeping me going.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/vivek-iyer/25906317056/

    Everything was too sudden. 4 days to surgery from an EKG and all that. I witnessed nothing but a miracle in the recovery room in the way my "neighbors" acted (all recovering from bypass and such themselves) towards me. It was simply overwhelming.

    Again, thank you friends!

    We have missed you here and have been awaiting a report from you. I'm deeply sad that all did not go well, and that you have been through so much. Please know that I hope that the Doctors can get your problems sorted and can get you on the road to a complete recovery.
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    Welcome back Vivek and good luck! We all missed you!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Vivek, hang in there! Positive thoughts sent!
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    Vivek, I am just finding out about your health issue. Sending my thoughts your way. Get well soon, and I look forward to hearing that you are up on your feet again, RX1R2 in hand on the street...
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    Vivek, did not look in this thread, so also from me my best wishes of course, although I did that already by mail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Friends,

    Thank you very much for your kind wishes! Greatly appreciate each and every one of your posts.

    The bypass failed but a few stents appear to be holding (and also possibly salvaged one of the bypass grafts as well) and keeping me going.

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/vivek-iyer/25906317056/

    Everything was too sudden. 4 days to surgery from an EKG and all that. I witnessed nothing but a miracle in the recovery room in the way my "neighbors" acted (all recovering from bypass and such themselves) towards me. It was simply overwhelming.

    Again, thank you friends!
    I don't know you; we have never met, but I feel like we are old friends from your posts, good humor, and encouraging words to me and my photos. Get well soon my friend.
    Dave in NJ
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    Vivek, your news isn't as good as I wanted it to be, though it looks like you've achieved some degree off improvement that can keep you going. We'll want more news from you as things change, I hope much for the better.

    In the meantime, a bit of entertainment: my first three shots with newly-arrived RX1rII:

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    All are at f2, with fine center sharpness and colors that needed little or no adjustment. I did, however, see quite a bit of CA in images where a light source appeared within the frame. None are sharpened.

    They were taken at a building materials recycling location that has also accumulated miscellany ranging from artwork to furniture to electronics to pure kitsch. It's appropriately called 'Urban Ore,' and is full of things that would make good stage sets.

    I'm thinking of putting the second and third in my collection/portfolio of "Other People's Art.'
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    Not sure if I should post it here or over in the "slow day here" thread!

    I snapped it a few days ago when I ventured out for a short walk.

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    Glad you're up and about again - with camera

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    Thanks Vivek, that's very encouraging!
    With best regards, K-H.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Not sure if I should post it here or over in the "slow day here" thread!
    Great to see you out and about again I hope the recovery continues so you quickly become a better you
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    Earlier today, in front of the Parliament. The other sides are now covered by heavily armed army people.

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    Great action shot Vivek! Thanks.
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    I knew you'd be right back out there, Vivek! Glad your out shooting :-)
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    View from Treasure Island, in the middle of San Francisco Bay:


    The resultant image:

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    More from Treasure Island. San Francisco and the western span of the Bay Bridge:

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    This from Yerba Buena Island, which abuts Treasure Island. Yerba Buena is in between the two spans of the Bay Bridge, which is actually two suspension bridges. This is the western span, facing San Francisco.

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    A first visit to the new Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive – not far from where dandrewk took the previous pictures:

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    Very red stairway by Kirk Thompson, on Flickr

    I'd been warned that neither the building nor the opening exhibit were exactly overwhelming, so I wasn't disappointed. The most interesting things to me were a 'nested' building-inside-the-building, and the BAM's own red stairwells.

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    From yesterday, close to where I live.

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    Long Island Ice Tea...

    Shot in Macro Mode.


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    A bike wheel behind a telephone pole in the Mission District, SF

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    Still getting used to this little camera, which has replaced my Leica M-E. I did nothing to enhance the color – just set levels in PS. I didn't sharpen it but it's linked from Flickr, which seems to add some sharpening.

    My only problem is it's 'too easy' to shoot. It reminds me of when I had a Fuji X100S and just clicked at things without looking carefully or thinking enough. I'll have to learn to shoot it with more discipline.

    Its lightness surprises me. It was clumsy and too small for my hands until I added Robert/Monza's lightweight Metro Case grip. Now it dangles conveniently from one hand on a wrist strap.

    It's sharp in the center at f2. in this shot at f5.6, under the number 33462 at the top of the frame, I can read a barcode and its tiny number with ease at 100%.
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    Tira's Hair Styling, Mission District, SF

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    This one is more of a lens test. I converted the raw file as a DNG without the firmware distortion corrections, and the barrel distortion was substantial. But when I went back and enabled corrections I was able to square it off without the distortion.

    PS, in many instances I like the way barrel distortion seems to 'push' the center of the frame forward toward the viewer. I'm going to look at RX2 files both ways to see which I like best.
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    Still getting used to this little camera, which has replaced my Leica M-E. I did nothing to enhance the color just set levels in PS. I didn't sharpen it but it's linked from Flickr, which seems to add some sharpening.

    My only problem is it's 'too easy' to shoot. It reminds me of when I had a Fuji X100S and just clicked at things without looking carefully or thinking enough. I'll have to learn to shoot it with more discipline.

    Its lightness surprises me. It was clumsy and too small for my hands until I added Robert/Monza's lightweight Metro Case grip. Now it dangles conveniently from one hand on a wrist strap.

    It's sharp in the center at f2. in this shot at f5.6, under the number 33462 at the top of the frame, I can read a barcode and its tiny number with ease at 100%.

    Agree with all of it. Add the super fast AF and one can imagine how "easy" it is to snap with this camera.

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    Trying it out now in BW. The Zeiss looks a lot like a 'classic' 35mm BW lens. The files are very flexible for retaining shadow and highlight detail. Definitely pleased!

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    Another easy shot, just using AutoISO at 1/125 and f5.6
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    A portrait of a hiking senior citizen (in the style of August Sander?)

    I also posted this on the Sony BW thread but wanted to put it here too, to show how l the RX2 is doing. To my eyes, its tones and detail look a lot like medium format.

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    Passed by time in Abeytas New Mexico.


    RX1R II, 35mm f/2, ISO800, 1/400sec.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
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    RX1R II, The Hague
    Many thanks Vivek. Terrific expressions!
    With best regards, K-H.
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