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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >and just how much fun it is to shoot with the camera!

    That is very true. Enormous flexibility in holding the camera:

    - way down
    - Over the head
    - On top of objects
    Ah, Grasshopper, it simply IS, just as everything else simply IS.

    Up ladders, on ceilings.

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    Another sky.

    Before and after.

    Untouched jpeg then Nik colour efex (yes colour!)

    then 4 crops which IMHO show amazing detail and tone and grain.

    Keep on snappin'.
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    ...this for Pedants everywhere, for those slow days...

    Don't know if you've ever been to dofmaster.com which among other things has an online depth of field calculator, into which you enter camera model, lens focal length, lens f No and subject distance and it calculates the resulting depth of field.

    Sony RX100
    focal length 10.4mm, f1.8, subject at 3 inches results in DOF of 0.32 inches.

    Hmm I thought not much room for error, until I tried it for a

    Leica M9
    focal length 28mm, f1.4, subject at 3 inches results in DOF of 0.02 inches.

    Also the sheer number of cameras in the list certainly results in a moment.

    Ee, sonny, when I were a lad it was a choice of a Pentax SV, a Nikon F or a Kodak Instamatic.
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    ..the pussy was willing but the photographer wobbled..

    Took the camera for a stroll 9pm yesterday and I saw this so quick and it was gone. Pity 'cos this is felix purrfectly personified.

    1600 ASA 1/5 sec f1.8.
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    Gandolfi,
    Now that you are shooting with a RX100, have you stopped shooting with your LX3? Your LX3 photos were always a joy to view.

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    Just got mine yesterday, took a few snaps, menu system is refreshing (cleaner than NEX and I won't mention Olympus...oops.) This is going to be fun.

    10mm, f/2.8, 1/400, ISO 80 (straight from camera other than the crops)







    10mm f/1.8 1/2000, fiddled with saturation on this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    Just got mine yesterday, took a few snaps, menu system is refreshing
    Wow Robert . . it must be good if we both like it! We seem always to be playing around with different cameras.

    Nice shots as well.
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    Re: Sony RX100 - getting started

    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    Just got mine yesterday, took a few snaps, menu system is refreshing (cleaner than NEX and I won't mention Olympus...oops.) This is going to be fun.



    10mm f/1.8 1/2000, fiddled with saturation on this one.

    I like that glow. Only old LTM lenses give this sort of effects on the NEX.

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    Hello All,

    I just went out to play with focus peaking because I've not used it before.
    I tried it on my hand, and took this nothing snap, but look at the quality of the crop. IMHO fairly amazing. Isn't it? Jpeg sharpened in iPhoto.

    I discover I have become a 'one eyed, one horned, flying purple pixel peeper'- Sheb Wooley, 1958.

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    Gandolfi,
    Now that you are shooting with a RX100, have you stopped shooting with your LX3? Your LX3 photos were always a joy to view.
    Hello Howard,

    Thanks for compliments, I always thought of you as my number 1 fan

    Well I have stopped shooting with the LX3. It was a fantastic camera and I would happily go round the world with it.

    I had a bit of sensor dust I think which happened coincidentally with the announcement of the RX100 which undoubtedly has more oomph. I hope I am going to produce interesting stuff with it.

    Anyhow I've been putting together a slide show in iPhoto and have got 294 pics so far. I think that represents about 2 per week over the last 3 years. It's very interesting viewing. I think maybe I shall post some of the 'unseen gems' over the coming weeks, just for fun

    Thanks again,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    I like that glow. Only old LTM lenses give this sort of effects on the NEX.
    Yes, it appears to have some glow wide open. I bet it goes away stopped down to f/2 or maybe 2.2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    Yes, it appears to have some glow wide open. I bet it goes away stopped down to f/2 or maybe 2.2.
    I would suspect the glow is with the Zeiss Sonnar design, that gives the glow wide open. Great concept for a small sensor cam! While everyone is going for absolute sharpness, it wonderful to see some alternate thinking that gives some personality to an otherwise high MP sharp image
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    Is the lens Sonnar-based? I haven't investigated, but that would make sense. I have a wartime Jena Sonnar 50/1.5 that has plenty of glow at 1.5, and it's gone at f/2.

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    Yes, it is written on the lens, Vario-Sonnar T*. I feel this the reason for the unique Zeiss look on this gem of a cam
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    True, although perhaps that is marketing, rather than design? Doesn't really matter, I suppose.. the lens and the camera are a great combo.

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    Re: Sony RX100 - getting started

    Quote Originally Posted by monza View Post
    Just got mine yesterday, took a few snaps, menu system is refreshing (cleaner than NEX and I won't mention Olympus...oops.) This is going to be fun.
    Great stuff Robert - really like the ants marching. Odd, I have not noticed any of the glow you exhibited - will need to go back to the archive and look for it...

    Welcome to the RX100 club!

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    "It Ain't Me Babe".
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    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    the LCD screen still makes images look a bit P&Sish...
    As a fellow M9 user, reading this comment from you made me chuckle Ashwin
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    The lens is somewhat loosely based on a Sonnar. It also has extensive use of aspherical elements, including an 'advanced' aspherical element *shrug*.

    http://www.sony-asia.com/microsite/a...iss/index.html
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    Cars were so much sexier in the old days.
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    Hello All,

    Went out with this pocket sized camera in my pocket today. Was ok. At least no-one said, 'Is that an RX100 in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?'. Tho' better in a little bag with a few other necessaries.

    I came across this co-operative pussy and just had to put my shopping down.

    It was a bit shy and I had to whisper sweet nothings to get it to look at the camera.

    Look, this isn't a D800E or even a D800 or an OMD-em5 or an X-pro1, but,hey...nothing else but a bit of sharpening in iPhoto.

    I sometimes seem to rabbit on with the zealous fervour of the recently converted; my gob has been well and truly smacked with this one.

    Cheers,

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    Smack that gob!







    The other side of the story...

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    Monza,

    Yes, indeed, 1st one and last one Jaw-dropping innit!

    I had to go out this evening and look upward.

    All virtually straight ooc, last one only had to be lightened a bit.
    All 30 secs. All 125 ASA.
    1st at 12 mins past 9. f11.
    2nd at 28mins past 9. f5.0. this is I.S.S. passing straight through Cygnus.
    3rd at 4 mins past 11. f2.0. looking almost straight up.

    Small lens hood made out of loo roll inner helped a lot

    One thing I would like answering anyone please.
    Is it possible to focus on infinity with certainty somehow? in manual focus?

    Still I feel their is room for some spatial development here. Too many awful yellow street lights where I am tho'.

    Onwards and upwards. To Infinity and Beyond

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    Some BIF with the RX100. I know - gulls are cheating . . .



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    Playing around with the RX100 & Silver Efex Pro in Paris.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retow View Post
    Plying around with the RX100 & Silver Efex Pro in Paris.
    RX100/SEP/+ Paris- a match made in heaven.

    No.2 & No.4. You are the Eugene Atget de nos jours.
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    ..this is part of my natural habitat and was part of the Dorset & Somerset Railway leading in to the middle of Bath. It is now part of what will eventually become a long distance cycle network. It is one of my prime assets and is but 100yards from my door..
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    I regard this as Serendipity of the highest order for when I was out strolling I happened upon this troupe of merry minstrels who I had never heard of and who travel the country my canal narrow boat and by van.

    They were acting a play called 'Losing the Plot' about allotments and a lot else beside and they were doing this, where else, but in some allotments near to me.

    It encompassed so many things from the Peasant's Revolt and the Enclosures Act and Wat Tyler and the Diggers and the Levellers to the Allotment Act of 1908 and global warming and capitalism and Uncle Tom Cobley and all.

    I absolutely cannot tell you how clever it was and funny beyond words.

    If you ever get the chance to see them grab it with all your hands. Details on side of van. Of course being outdoors made it exceptionally magical.

    Here are a few pics, only tickled in iPhoto.

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    A pair of owls called to each other as this aeroplane passed overhead this evening.

    25 secs. In SEP.
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    ..some c/u's..
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    ..Now, I wonder if this is where they keep all the cormorants!..
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    This is why I like coming to Rolfey's Antiques so much.
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    Hey Jolly,

    All the RX100 reviews in one handy place, and the one which says it's the holy grail is quite right, Eureka. Could be quite useful, cheers. Haven't got time to read them right now, I'm too busy processing etc. The owls are outside again tonight and the International Space Station is making some beautiful late evening passes over Bath.
    There's some Shostakovitch on the BBC radio Promenade Concerts and the dishes have still to be done

    Here's some more from Rolfey's Antiques.

    Well, must away to turn the taps on.

    Cheers,

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    ..dishes done: a couple from the allotments where the magic minstrels played: LR3 & Nik Colour Efex: I am able to achieve much more of a satisfactory image (from my point of view, and I'm only doing this for me!) with a bit of 'click'n'slide'. Col Efex is good 'cos one can pile different filter effects 1 on top of t'other 'til the owls come home to roost and click them on and off or throw them away. And I like putting borders on
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    Re-worked this one in LR & Col Efex to achieve that delicate, crumbling 'fin-de-siecle' mood.

    "Sweet Pea in the August Sunlight- 1898".
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    ..and the band played on..
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    ..while the fiddler fiddled..
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    ..and the young seagull waited for the anchovy pizza..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    ..and the young seagull waited for the anchovy pizza..
    thats just a splendid an unusual picture!
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    Gandolfi, may I ask, how did you do those "colour"tones (the seagull)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thorkil View Post
    Gandolfi, may I ask, how did you do those "colour"tones (the seagull)?
    Thorkil
    (No it's a secret formula)

    To be serious, almost all my b/w pics are done with Nik Silver Efex, which I love to bits and is great and all sorts of tones and shades are possible depending on how you slide the sliders.

    Couldn't get this splendid penny whistle player to work in b/w ( the wall is very distracting) so did this and put him in the Underground folder labelled "Remember when - Those were the days".

    Cheers,

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    Hello All,

    These pictures just in from our "Grasshopper World" correspondent.

    Echo the Grasshopper (so called because he keeps coming back) has returned.

    I was sitting quietly staring vacantly at the middle distance (a bad habit of mine ) and a green blur flew through the air and landed on the carpet. I had not seen Echo since his last photo session and was surprised to see him. In return for his free board and lodgings I decided to use him as a model once more, and quickly got a whisky glass in which to entrap him.

    I shot these pics lit solely by an anglepoise lamp. I had difficulty getting him to stand still so focussing was difficult, but it was interesting in manual focus mode as when I turned the front ring to focus and it enlarged the image I could see his heart beating. Really!!

    Anyway I let him out on to the leaf of a kangaroo vine (an amazing plant as it is 37 years old, still in the same pot and the same earth and has been neglected at times and nurtured at times, has been severely cut back a few times but stubbornly refuses to die).

    He went up to the ceiling again, and as I was processing these images he flew through the air and landed on the wall right next to my computer!!

    He didn't think the pics were a very good likeness and was last seen on the ceiling again.

    If I see Echo tomorrow I think I will put him outside, there just doesn't seem to be much for him to eat indoors.

    Cheers,

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    ps the pics are cropped quite a bit.
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    I'm still in testing stages but so far the camera is nice. I won't do serious work with it until Adobe releases the update.
    Here's a few.

    Market East, Phila Pa

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    Tropicana Casino, Atlantic City NJ

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    Tanya,(da bozz) New Jersey

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    Lady of the night, Kensington Ave, Phila Pa

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    ..just athinkin' and alookin' and apointin' and aclickin' and aseein' what's what.

    Quick stroll then trying to get a work flow going.

    So just a load of nothin' worked over quick as I can in LR & Nik.

    New spare battery arrived today and on charge. Cost almost as much as my first Pentax S1a with 50mm f2.8.

    I'm now almost confident enough to peel off the screen protector, then I will be able to see properly what I'm adooin'.

    Cheers,

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    ..and because I was really pleased with the way these turned out, here's a couple more of The Band Playing On..and on..
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    Wow, the screen protector removal procedure.
    That is a sure sign of commitment. I now pronounce you shooter and camera.
    Nice photos by the way.

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