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    Thanks a lot Lloyd. It indeed was a fabulous trip.
    Rayyan wants to take his cameras there..

    Best to you and yours.


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    Thank you! And this is really nice. Great light, and perfect angle to showcase it. Looks like a truly amazing trip.
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    Thanks Lloyd.

    Last image for now from this trip. Nice cam. Point and shoot. I need an eve/ovf though..

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    Hermann!! Long time, my friend. Hope all goes well with you and yours. Nice to see you here.

    In that case, one last one..


    Take care and thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Lloyd.

    Last image for now from this trip. Nice cam. Point and shoot. I need an eve/ovf though..
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    Hermann!! Long time, my friend. Hope all goes well with you and yours. Nice to see you here.

    In that case, one last one..

    Take care and thanks.
    Rayyan: Thanks a lot for your good wishes, of course I immediately want to reciprocate them: All the best to you and Ayesha and your family!

    BTW: If you "need" an EVF/OFV, maybe you "need" an RX 100 Mk III . I really like it, and even like it over the RX 100.

    So as a proof I may add one from the streets of Munich:


    "Private Performance", Old Cemetery, Munich


    Best regards - Hermann

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    rayyan, think the RX100iii will suit your requirements... EVF wise

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    Thanks Hermann, mazor.

    I did hear that the pop up evf on the mkIII is a bit flimsy. Any thoughts? Then there is the D-lux 6

    Best to you all.

    Quote Originally Posted by contrelamontre View Post
    Rayyan: Thanks a lot for your good wishes, of course I immediately want to reciprocate them: All the best to you and Ayesha and your family!

    BTW: If you "need" an EVF/OFV, maybe you "need" an RX 100 Mk III . I really like it, and even like it over the RX 100.

    So as a proof I may add one from the streets of Munich:


    "Private Performance", Old Cemetery, Munich


    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    rayyan, think the RX100iii will suit your requirements... EVF wise

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Hermann, mazor.

    I did hear that the pop up evf on the mkIII is a bit flimsy. Any thoughts? Then there is the D-lux 6

    Best to you all.
    Rayyan: By no means "flimsy" is an apt evaluation IMHO. To my eyes, on the contrary, it seems to be a rather clever and solid solution in such a small package - though more magnification of course would be even better.

    On the other hand, the new offers from Leica/Panasonic are certainly nice as well (didn't shoot them), but weren't you a bit complaining:

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    Nice cam. Point and shoot. I need an eve/ovf though..
    Then the Sony might be the means of choice for a point and shoot ....IMHO
    Best regards - Hermann
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    I have had a play with the RX100iii. The pop up EVF did not feel flimsy to me, and has a good positive open and close mechanism. The only issue I may have with the EVF is when you close it to use the LCD, the camera thinks you have finished, and retracts the lens and turns off. Guess once the EVF is up, it should be left up even with LCD use. A good feature when you pop up the EVF when the camera is off, it will power on automatically
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    Quote Originally Posted by mazor View Post
    I have had a play with the RX100iii. The pop up EVF did not feel flimsy to me, and has a good positive open and close mechanism. The only issue I may have with the EVF is when you close it to use the LCD, the camera thinks you have finished, and retracts the lens and turns off. Guess once the EVF is up, it should be left up even with LCD use. A good feature when you pop up the EVF when the camera is off, it will power on automatically
    I think that I read somewhere recently that a firmware update was due to be released soon, to change the behaviour that you describe i.e. turning off the camera when the EVF is closed.

    It would seem logical (to me, at least) to make it a selectable toggle setting, so that the user can choose the way in which it should operate. Whether that is how it will actually be implemented is another matter...
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    We'll see what next cam to buy..it can wait. We are having too much fun with this
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    Rock climbing, Kayaking, Zip-lining, slow motor cross..got to try deep sea diving next!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayyan View Post
    Thanks Lloyd.

    Last image for now from this trip. Nice cam. Point and shoot. I need an eve/ovf though..
    Nice photos, Rayyan. I tried the Mk III the other day, a friend of mine bought it. Nice camera too, and with a viewfinder, but no space for my fingers. It's like using a toy camera

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    Thanks for looking in Jorgen. Good to hear that the Mk III is a toy
    Ayesha can keep the Mk I then.

    You take care pal.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jorgen Udvang View Post
    Nice photos, Rayyan. I tried the Mk III the other day, a friend of mine bought it. Nice camera too, and with a viewfinder, but no space for my fingers. It's like using a toy camera

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    Hello All,
    I recently visited The Escher Museum in The Hague.
    It was such fun.
    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    Hello All,
    I recently visited The Escher Museum in The Hague.
    It was such fun.
    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
    I had wondered whether you were no longer shooting with the RX100, gandolfi, but I now see that you are. Excellent!

    I handled a MkIII for the first time, a few days ago, and I was rather impressed with the EVF. However, I'm not really considering upgrading... I don't want to get rid of my MkI in a p/ex deal for the MkIII, and I really can't justify having a MkI and a MkIII...

    Have you been considering the MkIII...?

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    Hi Tim,
    I don't think the Mk3 is that different to what I already have, and the only other camera I sometimes think would be a bit of fun is the Ricoh GR. Pocketability is all
    So for now I am quite happy and the RX100 is still a lovely little all-round camera.
    Here are 4 more from the Escher Museum. Housed in the former Winter Palace of Queen Mother Emma of the Netherlands.
    Cheers,
    Gandolfi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    the RX100 is still a lovely little all-round camera.
    +1 to that...!

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    Int/Ext-eriors in The Hague.
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    Turn left after Amsterdam.
    3200 ASA, 1/13 sec, f1.8.

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    RX 100 II The view out the window At Moma

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    Louwman Car Museum, The Hague.
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    Eclipse of Sun.

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    RX 100II, MoMa in Winter


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    Or, if preferred, MoMA in Winter in Black and White:


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    kinda like the color more in this case. the pastel like colors are nice.

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    In Bruton, south of Bath.

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    nice holiday snaps gandolfi. How close did you get to the owl did you get in your bird shots post?

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    hi Mazor,
    I'm not the great wildlife photographer I pretend to be! Those birds were on display at the annual Bruton Packhorse Fair and were from a rescue-bird sanctuary, so I was only about 6-10 feet away!
    Here a couple of pics of the general ambiance of the Fair.
    Thanks,
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    still nice bokeh!, keep up the good work you tempted to upgrade to a rx100 iv?

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    A 10hr trek across an un-reconstructed part of the Great Wall...

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    you tempted to upgrade to a rx100 iv?[/QUOTE]

    ha, of course I am.
    I used to be able to resist everything except temptation, but I'm older than that now!
    Looks like a worthwhile upgrade with that new sensor but too expensive for me at the moment.

    Here are some bowls by Nicholas Rena at the Holburne Museum in Bath.
    Fully zoomed at 3200 ASA.

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    Just wondered if there are any veterinarians/horsey types here who could explain this horse to me.
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    Going, going, gone.
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    Don't try this if you suffer from vertigo...

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    Bought the version II for my wife but she never used it. I found it, and decided to take it along with me to an adoption. The young woman in the photo is not the young woman who placed her baby for adoption. Shot at 3200 in a hospital room. I love the colors of the version II. I think this will be a great little travel camera once I get the grip.

    Thanks for the likes, if any.

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    Rayyan, do you have the grip for the rx-100? I want one so it is more stable in my hands. What do you think?

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    No Mikal. No grip. I wish I had one too.

    Best.


    Quote Originally Posted by MikalWGrass View Post
    Rayyan, do you have the grip for the rx-100? I want one so it is more stable in my hands. What do you think?

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