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    Fun with the RX-1R II

    Well, the wait is over.

    I am picking mine up in a few hours.

    In the meantime...

    The long wait.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    And the fun begins.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Congrats Vivek! Welcome to the "wait" club. I've set my delivery to be held at the local UPS depot, so I have about 16 hours left until it opens. It still seems like a long time.

    With things like this, I have less patience than a child on Christmas Eve.

    What put you over the top in pulling the trigger?
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Mine is "out for delivery"...more later. Eleanor
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    It is fair to say that a lot of adjustment is required with the handling of the camera and processing its files.* Going from an A7s to RX1R II isn't going to be easy at all. I like the manual focus- it is just awesome. AF works well in the center. Tilt LCD is great. Looked at the EVF. It isn't bad.

    Here is a snap on the way back from the camera shop (I did take a charged battery which ran out after a few snaps. It is cold, misty/foggy and windy).

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    RX1R II, f/3.2, 1/320s, ISO3200, LPF set to std

    * File processing is not going to be easy, especially to someone like me who does not relish PP.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Here is my entry into this thread:



    RX1R MII, 35mm Zeiss f/2, magic....





    ......................









    Crap, I don't own one yet.........
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Enjoy, Vivek - it is really a fantastic carry-anywhere camera.

    My Rx1rM2 arrives later today!

    JT
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Thank you, JT!

    Yes, almost like an Olympus RD!

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Well, the wait is over.

    I am picking mine up in a few hours.
    Please tell where I can get one - I'm in Europe ...

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    It's been forever since I've submitted a pic..... Can I just drag and drop here?
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by stephen.s1 View Post
    It's been forever since I've submitted a pic..... Can I just drag and drop here?
    Stephen, when you click Reply to thread, beneath the 'Your Message' section, in the 'Additional Options' section there's a "Manage Attachments" button - click that and then the "Add files" button top right - browse to the image you want to upload and click "Upload".

    Once your image has uploaded, click on the "Insert Inline" at the bottom right to insert your image.

    Hope that's not too cryptic!

    Good luck

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by bipbip View Post
    Please tell where I can get one - I'm in Europe ...
    http://www.kamera-express.nl/product...-rx1r-mark-ii/
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Here are a few shots, quickly post processed, taken at a street fair immediately after picking up the camera. When I say "post processed", they hardly needed any. Right out of the camera, the images are pretty darn good!

    All images shot RAW with LPF set to standard.

    ISO 100, 1/1250 @ f/5.6:


    ISO 250, 1/200 @ f/8.0:


    ISO 100, 1/320 @ f/5.6:


    ISO 1600, 1/500 @f/8.0

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

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    RX1Rm2 @ f/2

    A good day today... My RX1Rm2 arrived late this pm and it is definitely a winner. All the ergo/usability issues I had with the RX1r are now gone (!!) and the speedy and precise AF system is like a dream come true after using the original. During the last year I came to believe that Sony would make the RX1 a one-off camera and just let it die in the wake of the A7 series. Now boom they reconfig the body and pack it with a7rm2 tech. I'm just amazed - a camera that deserves to be within reach at all times...

    The money is gone and I'm wallowing in joy.

    Cheers
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    Argh. I want one. Lol
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    'When I say "post processed", they hardly needed any. Right out of the camera, the images are pretty darn good!' – dandrewk

    So it looks like it 'natrurally' generates quite vibrant/saturated colors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    'When I say "post processed", they hardly needed any. Right out of the camera, the images are pretty darn good!' dandrewk

    So it looks like it 'natrurally' generates quite vibrant/saturated colors?

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    Yes, that's it exactly.

    Generally, I'll add some dynamic (micro) contrast in OnOne Perfect Effects, and sometimes selective color boosts if the shot warrants it. I noticed right away that very little or any color boost was needed on these shots, and even then at about 25% strength.

    The shots today were in very bright, sunny conditions, so it really showed off the camera's color rendering. It almost looked like the colors I'd see on a bright, overcast day.

    This is just my first foray with the camera to test a few things. I like what I see so far, but there is still a lot more work before I truly understand the camera's capability.

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    Thank you.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Day 2. I have been looking for that one capture that would make me satisfied with my purchase and I got that today.

    This is my typical handheld snap, under a bridge that is notoriously bad (understatement) for the lighting conditions even on a good day (it is downright miserable weather here). Highlights are recovered as well as the shadow details plus just the details where there is focus and yes it is auto focused as well ( Originally underexposed with the skies blown). This has never happened to me before, even with the Leica MM.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    RX1R II, f/3.5, 1/200s, ISO640, The Hague
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    OMG, the bokeh!

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    RX1R II, f/2.8, 1/200s, ISO5000, Amsterdam

    and at f/2 and close up..

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    Thumbs up Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    I am just using this as a true P&S cam that it is. Auto ISO, auto everything (most of the time), just point and shoot.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    RX1R II, f/3.2, 1/160s, ISO6400, Amsterdam

    Super thrilled that I bought this camera.

    Awesome!
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I am just using this as a true P&S cam that it is. Auto ISO, auto everything (most of the time), just point and shoot.


    Super thrilled that I bought this camera.

    Awesome!
    Yup-- that's the amazing thing, you can take it anywhere and it can be used nearly effortlessly if you wish . I don't think I have ever reviewed the results of a walk around with my Rx1R without at least one "whoa" shot.

    Took my Rx1RM2 for a walk in the Saguaro Natl Forest for awhile today. I'm still grinning re: the AF, the viewfinder was great in the bright sun and holy cow, the bokeh.

    My Rx1R will be sold off next week.

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    Great to hear these reports folks , keep the images going
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Another admission here Mr. Mancuso- you and Jack were right and I was very wrong about that C1. It is like night and day.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by JCT View Post
    Yup-- that's the amazing thing, you can take it anywhere and it can be used nearly effortlessly if you wish . I don't think I have ever reviewed the results of a walk around with my Rx1R without at least one "whoa" shot.

    Took my Rx1RM2 for a walk in the Saguaro Natl Forest for awhile today. I'm still grinning re: the AF, the viewfinder was great in the bright sun and holy cow, the bokeh.

    My Rx1R will be sold off next week.

    JT
    Awesome, JT!

    The only issue I have is with the battery. 50 snaps and it is done. I will have to pick a dozen more of the batteries soon. I am not overly bothered about it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Awesome, JT!

    The only issue I have is with the battery. 50 snaps and it is done. I will have to pick a dozen more of the batteries soon. I am not overly bothered about it though.
    50 snaps? Wow, that sucks. I get 300-400 with the Rx1.

    It has to be better then that, maybe your battery is already faulty or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I am just using this as a true P&S cam that it is. Auto ISO, auto everything (most of the time), just point and shoot.

    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr

    RX1R II, f/3.2, 1/160s, ISO6400, Amsterdam

    Super thrilled that I bought this camera.

    Awesome!
    This is the kind of thing I am seeing in a lot of RX1rII shots - There is a "presence" that I rarely see with other lenses. In the photo here, you can almost feel the light hitting the lady's face.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    It might be best to think of the battery as a 36 exposure roll?

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    50 snaps? Wow, that sucks. I get 300-400 with the Rx1.

    It has to be better then that, maybe your battery is already faulty or something.
    I think there is nothing wrong with the OEM batteries I have (only 3 so far. So, another dozen would be nice. ).


    Quote Originally Posted by thompsonkirk View Post
    It might be best to think of the battery as a 36 exposure roll?

    Kirk
    I am OK with that, Kirk. i still can not believe that this tiny battery powers this camera!

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    ISO 125, 1/50 @ f/14:


    Waiting for "someone".
    ISO 6400, 1/30 @ f/4.0:


    Oh, THERE he is!
    ISO 3200, 1/25 @ f/3.5:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucille View Post
    50 snaps? Wow, that sucks. I get 300-400 with the Rx1.

    It has to be better then that, maybe your battery is already faulty or something.
    Keep in mind, you shoot in a very warm climate. Go to a colder place, and you won't get quite so many shots.

    The m2 has a higher pixel count, so longer processing/write times. It should get a few less shots/battery than the m1.

    I got nearly 90 shots, but that was after fiddling the initial setup and forgetting to turn off the camera between shots, in 55 degree weather, with WiFi "on". I'd guess I might double that in better conditions.

    It's a good thing the batteries are cheap and tiny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Argh. I want one. Lol
    Me too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HiredArm View Post
    Me too...
    Yea hate being poor. Lol

    Okay go back up and look at that flower , when's the last time you saw that kind of 3D pop on a flower at F14 no less

    This lens has a lot of depth too it.
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    Batteries take a couple cycles to cure but that's not the word. Give them a couple cycles and see how they do.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Another admission here Mr. Mancuso- you and Jack were right and I was very wrong about that C1. It is like night and day.
    ROTFLMAO. I'm not going to say I told you so but I am anyway. Lol

    I think a new version is coming Monday. Keep that under your hat.

    They also partnered with Sony so in my mind there going to make really good profiles for each of the cams they support from Sony.

    That partnership means something
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Granted these are mostly snaps from everyone so far but I'm seeing some qualities off this lens and sensor that is very exciting.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandrewk View Post
    ... with WiFi "on".
    That's the first thing that came to mind. On the a6000 the battery lasts far longer with "airplane" mode on and I should imagine this is what's using up the juice in the RX1 - apart from 42Mb files, of course!

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    On the RX1, I tried setting a function button to turn off the lcd but it remains on to display settings along the bottom.

    Does the RX1R2 allow you to switch off the lcd completely to conserve battery power?

    Thanks

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Quote Originally Posted by Guy Mancuso View Post
    Granted these are mostly snaps from everyone so far but I'm seeing some qualities off this lens and sensor that is very exciting.
    Every image I capture is a snap, Guy.

    I will not have it any other way.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

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    "Macarons"


    RX1Rm2 @ f/2

    Cheap amateur snap. Don't look for softness - there's no way to line these up for f/2... And don't suggest a re-shoot cause these little babies are looong gone...

    As for the camera, IMO the IQ is great, overall responsiveness is excellent, focus-mode dial is still awkward + stubborn, EVF is great and the flip-screen is just awesome! Battery life is awful, an embarrassment, and I do believe quite a bit worse than the original RX1. If Sony threw in an extra battery with the A7R2 then they should've tossed in a six-pack with this one. Seriously...

    This camera is gonna shake things up in my bag.

    Cheers.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    I think I read somewhere that someone uses an external battery pack to power their RX1R through the USB port. Hardly elegant, but effective if you're planning to be out shooting all day with it.

    Cheers

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Jim, I think Sony should have provide a few extra batteries with battery cases. I am particular about the battery case because the RX1R II box lacked one since they included the USB battery charger (which doubles up as a case as well). Incredible that they would be this stingy.



    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Mosley View Post
    I think I read somewhere that someone uses an external battery pack to power their RX1R through the USB port. Hardly elegant, but effective if you're planning to be out shooting all day with it.

    Cheers

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    Any links, Brian? TIA!

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    I'd love a small, slotted plastic box designed for the batteries that could compactly store about half dozen batteries.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    A couple of snaps from earlier today.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    Great to see all your shots. It looks to me like there are some enthousiastic photographs on fire. That's a good sign for a great camera.
    Have fun and thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    The weather is holding- cloudy, cold, windy, rainy, etc...

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

    A little bit of panning at f/2.5 goes a long way (yes, I waved the camera and got noticed even in darkness! ).

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    An early morning snap.

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

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    Re: Fun with the RX-1R II

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