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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    I want to share with You a few pictures I made in our last trip to Barcelona, what an amazing 4 days!!

    Thanks to all my friend there, I miss You from the cloudy London:


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    Enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing Bruno!

    With captures like these (seen on Youtube), I don't know why you split your hairs with "micro contrast" and such!

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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    jajaja Yes, that's what I'm wondering.. I don't need a Leica S2, really, maybe a good DSLR with a good tele for portraits :P

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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    China shots.



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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    Just bought a used X2 to take on vacation and wanted to see what it can do. Here is a boring shot taken behind my office. The camera was set to DNG + S.Fine JPG. Since my primary camera is a Leica M Monochrom, I was of course interested in how this little guy would do at B+W.

    Color DNG, no post.

    L1060009.jpg by Lawman1967, on Flickr


    OOC JPEG, no post

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    Color DNG to Silver Efex, minimal post

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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    Like AsiaFish, I too bought an X recently, mine is an X1, and it accompanied me throughout Europe for nearly two months recently.
    While I was hesitant about taking just a single camera, and with a fixed lens at that, my fears were unfounded, I loved it.
    I ended up with a good chunk of excellent images, nothing startling, but I was very very happy.
    I've attached a couple, there are heaps more.
    Only trouble is, I have been distracted by a piece of history, I found a DMR!!!
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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    While waiting for take-out sushi tonight I thought I'd walk outside and play with my X2 a bit.


    L1060347.jpg by Lawman1967, on Flickr
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    Re: Fun with Leica X1/X2

    Leica X2, minimal post


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