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    X1, 400 asa

    Last edited by Farnesworth; 11th April 2010 at 02:22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Here are few from my wanders today on a beautiful Seattle spring day...
    Simply amazing, Ashwin. A competent camera, paired with a great eye certainly equates to impressive images.
    Wonderful processing here too. A great variety.

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    X1, 400 asa
    Very nice, Cyrus. Wonderfully ironic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Here are few from my wanders today on a beautiful Seattle spring day...



    Ashwin: Very nice. It looks like you were doing a little stealth hip shooting. Very dynamic set of photos. Catches the atmosphere well. Great pp. Must be Bob's first time at the market. Haven't seen him before.

    Quote Originally Posted by Farnesworth View Post
    X1, 400 asa

    Cyrus: Great image. The juxtaposition of the sign and the people is wonderful.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Ashwin: And again!!

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    Re: X1 image thread

    Got the X1 a few days ago. Took it to a market yesterday to see how it performed. Here are a few shots.


















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    And a few in B&W.








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    Great shots, Arne!

    Similarly amazing, Farnesworth....
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    Ashwin: Not around here! You just get back from Mexico? The first and the last are very cool. Not your father's point-n-shoot! Cheers, Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Great shots, Arne!

    Similarly amazing, Farnesworth....
    +1 on both counts. And that goes for your amazing images as well, Ashwin.

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    Another great series Ashwin, you really make that camera sing! I enjoy your grainy B&W images, they remind me of Tri-X with my first Leica (M4).

    Thank you for the comments on my posts, I'm just a honeymooner yet with the X1, but it shows promise. IQ to size ratio is outstanding.

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    Lloyd, thank you! Considering the X1?

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    Hi,

    Took my X1 to a four day trip to Paris. Great camera, makes
    lots of fun.

    Have a good weekend,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Hvaring View Post
    Lloyd, thank you! Considering the X1?
    Yes, I absolutely am.

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    Re: X1 image thread

    More Rural Texas - Fenced In

    Attachment 30862

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    A few more from the X1, on the Oregon Coast:









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    Re: X1 image thread

    Wonderful Ashwin
    YOu sure do get around!
    Great shots from Arne as well.
    How are you feeling about the X1 after this time?

    all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Wonderful Ashwin
    YOu sure do get around!
    Great shots from Arne as well.
    How are you feeling about the X1 after this time?

    all the best
    +1 from here!

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    Thanks to you, Jono and Lloyd.

    I must say, having had the X1 for 2 months plus now, I am sated. I was looking (and not finding) that elusive combo of high IQ/high ISO performance in a compact package. Well, the X1 offers this in abundance. The shutter is silent, and I have adjusted to the fiddly dials.

    It's a great 1 camera - 1 lens solution in a compact outfit.

    The only issue that I hope to see addressed is AF performance. It is a bit pokey, but completely acceptable. The images are rich, detailed, and malleable to post-processing, and I am a happy camper as a result. My GRDIII has seen very little action since I got the X1, so I guess I must say that I am happy with the size as well!

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    oh, I do love to travel, must say. The world awaits discovery! Next up, Boston and Cleveland (my birthplace), and then there's a gap until India....in December. I happen to be the lucky guy who can get away to beautiful places for the week-end, as there is so much beauty out in the western U.S.
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    I call it the falling noodle:

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    Spirit of the moment masterly caught, beautiful! And a marvellous little lady.

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    I guess some of us frequent the same forums so if you've seen these already, my apologies












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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Spirit of the moment masterly caught, beautiful! And a marvellous little lady.
    Thanks,
    I have been a bit frustrated with the x1 when testing it and was happy to catch a funny moment (by beeing lucky)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRabbit View Post
    I guess some of us frequent the same forums so if you've seen these already, my apologies
    These are wonderful! I really like the processing. Thanks for sharing.

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    Amy, Ashwin, y'all are sorely testing my "buy no more cameras" pledge with your incredible work!!! WOWOWOWOWOWOW!!! What gorgeous pictures y'all are making with that little Leica!

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    Thanks, Maggie. The X1 is an outstanding option, especially for IQ and silent shutter...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Amy, Ashwin, y'all are sorely testing my "buy no more cameras" pledge with your incredible work!!! WOWOWOWOWOWOW!!! What gorgeous pictures y'all are making with that little Leica!
    Amen To That!!!

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    Playing really:

    Here are some plants:







    It's so boring being in the office (even if goose is there too):



    all the best

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Playing really:

    Here are some plants:

    It's so boring being in the office (even if goose is there too):

    all the best
    Impressive stuff, Jono. BTw, I think you need to upgrade your toy collection. Such boring camera gear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd View Post
    Impressive stuff, Jono. BTw, I think you need to upgrade your toy collection. Such boring camera gear.
    Suggestions please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Suggestions please?
    Well... you could let me take care of the X1, and the new 35 lux for you while you're look over the options!! You know, get the boring stuff outta the way for ya... Just sayin'.

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    Jono, congrats on the X1. Lovely captures. I am impressed by the range of images that I see from the camera regularly, and your images demonstrate this well!

    Lloyd, I agree that Jono or I should lend you the X1 for safe keeping and see what magic that you could work with it!
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    Re: X1 image thread

    Ashwin you seem to be getting on just fine with the X1 ... really good stuff from you and the others !!!






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    Re: X1 image thread

    A few more X1 shots from the Cascade Mountains and Snow Lake with my friend Steph....

    Waterfalls:





    Vistas:






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    Thanks, Charles & everyone!! I am loving the X1...great tool, when bringing the M9 along isn't convenient....it's my bring anywhere camera at the moment!
    Last edited by ashwinrao1; 30th June 2010 at 22:02.
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    By the way, wonderful pics here from your X1, Charles. Glad you didn't sell it to me and have kept using it!
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    Re: X1 image thread

    great mountain images anfor hiking the x1 with its light weight seems really a great camera.
    Here are some recent with the x1 in the backyard:
    Processed in LR3 and adding some vignette and grain.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few more X1 shots from the Cascade Mountains and Snow Lake with my friend Steph....

    Vistas:

    More X1 goodness Ash. I love this one. Great shots, beautiful scenery, and the company looks pretty pleasant as well.

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    Thanks, Lloyd on all accounts! And you are correct, on all accounts. The woman in the pic is my friend Steph, a very good friend from college days who is an avid outdoorswoman! It was a beautiful hike, and great company to boot...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRabbit View Post
    I guess some of us frequent the same forums so if you've seen these already, my apologies
    Amy: I haven't seen them. Very nice. Really like the framing and pp and esp. this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Playing really:
    Here are some plants:
    It's so boring being in the office (even if goose is there too):

    all the best
    Jono: Well played!

    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie O View Post
    Amy, Ashwin, y'all are sorely testing my "buy no more cameras" pledge with your incredible work!!! WOWOWOWOWOWOW!!! What gorgeous pictures y'all are making with that little Leica!
    Maggie: I hear you, sister! I passed up one 2 weeks ago. I'll discuss it tomorrow again with my analyst.

    Quote Originally Posted by ShiroKuro View Post
    Ashwin you seem to be getting on just fine with the X1 ... really good stuff from you and the others !!!
    Shiro: Very nice images from you too! I esp. like this one.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    A few more X1 shots from the Cascade Mountains and Snow Lake with my friend Steph....
    Waterfalls:

    Vistas:

    Ashwin: Great photos. Very AA and a bit of Galen Rowell. Excellent framing and pp.

    Quote Originally Posted by t_streng View Post
    great mountain images anfor hiking the x1 with its light weight seems really a great camera.
    Here are some recent with the x1 in the backyard:
    Processed in LR3 and adding some vignette and grain.
    t_streng: Great captures. Hard to go wrong with the subject.

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    Re: X1 image thread

    Thanks so much, Matt and t_streng. by the way, lovely captures by you, t_streng. Matt, it's great to see you here on the X side of things. I am still putzing around trying to find my way to a 24 lux asph...some day, some way...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    Thanks so much, Matt and t_streng. by the way, lovely captures by you, t_streng. Matt, it's great to see you here on the X side of things. I am still putzing around trying to find my way to a 24 lux asph...some day, some way...
    Ashwin: Some great photos here, and, after all it is a Leica. I did pick up a Nikon 24mm f/1.4 the other day (just like Steve's; that's one on each coast; Similar to Leica, Nikon's really ramped up the distribution of new product!). Cheers, Matt

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    Boston 4th of July fireworks. iso100, f4.5, 1/40
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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Boston 4th of July fireworks. iso100, f4.5, 1/40
    Awesome!

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    Hope you like my first post from my newly received little Leica X1
    1/30 @ F/2.8 ISO 1600
    I really love this camera !!!

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    One of the best shots I've seen taken with this camera! Well composed and processed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    One of the best shots I've seen taken with this camera! Well composed and processed.
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    thanks Osman, my great pleasure and honor, cheers! my friend
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