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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    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.
    Thank you Don.

    The deed has now been done.

    Consummation all the way from now on!!

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    Just a quick snap during a dog walk. Quite impressed with the resolution and AF accuracy (used focus tracking on the bug so as I moved the camera it stayed focused.)

    ISO 100, 1/200, f/5.6



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    ..nice to see the American species still alive and kicking. I am liking the crop-ability of this camera, something I could never really do in my LX3 days.

    I had never even thought of focus tracking-I've never used it-so thanks for pointing that out-it could be an answer to my prayers. Presumably also works on swaying flowers etc. Must practice that.

    Here's one I missed 1st time round from my late night session with Echo, all these were, as I said, manual focus.

    LR & Nik.

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    Yes focus tracking is quite handy and easy to enable...I use it often.

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    Robert,

    You are talking about continuous AF are you not, known as AF-C in the menu?

    I just had a quick trial run and it seems to work perfect. Is it infallible?

    Hush, hush, whisper who dares, but I quite like the watercolour effect pics, and am afraid I may be taking more in the Future. The number on this one seems to indicate that it is my 1,000th snap.

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    Robert,

    You are talking about continuous AF are you not, known as AF-C in the menu?

    Actually I have it set to AF-S, with Autofocus Area set to Center.

    Put the subject in the center, press the center button on dial to enable focus tracking, press it again to lock focus on the subject. Then reframe and shoot.

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    Hush, hush, whisper who dares, but I quite like the watercolour effect pics, and am afraid I may be taking more in the Future.
    Hi, you may already know this.. but you can apply the watercolor/illustration effects later in the playback menu, and it'll save as a new file. That way you can still retain the original image, or not make a conscious decision at capture time.
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    if you need average pocket camera, with a lot of functions, easy to use, and you don’t care about the price – buy it. If you want to spend some extra bug for better than average quality, stay away from it. There are better choices. Do not listen to Sony agents – a lot of them are here.

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    what would you suggest???

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    if you need average pocket camera, with a lot of functions, easy to use, and you don’t care about the price – buy it. If you want to spend some extra bug for better than average quality, stay away from it. There are better choices. Do not listen to Sony agents – a lot of them are here.
    Huh? Agents? How many are better if this is average?

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    Huh? Agents? How many are better if this is average?
    I would like to know that too...

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    The forum has been secretly infiltrated. All these photos were actually taken with other cameras.

    Nice first post!

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    >All these photos were actually taken with other cameras.

    Also Sony pays us millions to fake these images :-)
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    >but you can apply the watercolor/illustration effects later in the playback menu, and it'll save as a new file. That way you can still retain the original image, or not make a conscious decision at capture time.

    Seems you need to shoot in JPEG (maybe Raw+JPEG)?
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    Sony RX100 - getting (RE)-started (Almost)

    Couple more days, then I have the replacement for the RX100 that bit the big one..... amazing really, who was that poster bad mouthing the RX100 anyway... take a brilliant appealing camera like this, and look at the results.

    This is the camera that took the following images... JPG out of camera.



    I rest my case.... RIP Serial # 5616858, you will stay on my shelf in a glass case. Sigh... I have my LX5 on Ebay, sorry Lumix...





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    Hello All,

    Thanks David, Robert and Uwe,

    Of course I really knew of all these little secrets, I'm a secret agent and I helped to write the manual.

    My advice is to ignore all 1st time posters who spew forth obvious rubbish.

    So to concentrate on relevant matters, I thought I might think that 28mm at the wide end may not be wide enough for me, but there is plenty of width and openness in this one.

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    Re: Sony RX100 - Case

    Just got a cheap Ebay leather case for the RX100 that works realy well. £8, so about US$13 I would guess.

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    Nice looking little case, Quentin.

    Here's mine, it's only a protection against dust and muck, not knocks, but probably dictates more than sensor size or megapixels what camera I have. It came originally 20 years ago with an old film P & S Fuji DL was two focal lengths 28mm & one piece of glass dropped down in front of another to make it about 42mm; and it scrunches up nicely to disappear into my pocket.

    Also a hand crafted lenshood specially designed for astral photography, and diameter is perfect for RX100 and also folds flat for ease of transport. I'm thinking of selling the idea to Richard Franiec.

    And the elephants? They are for scale purposes only.

    Cheers.
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    >And the elephants? They are for scale purposes only.

    Then it is a big camera :-)
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    >And the elephants? They are for scale purposes only.

    Then it is a big camera :-)
    Oh don't be so obtuse, Uwe.

    It is obvious that it is double elephant in size .

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    ..practising isolationism with the 100mm. lens..
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    ..I think I've found a use for the watercolour method

    It's great for pictures from a train. Did these on a short run from Stroud to Swindon, a beautiful run up the side of a valley on to agricultural goings on at the top and light industry on the outskirts of Swindon.

    Looks great on foliage and skies and rose bay willow herb and cows and the buildings on the roundabout pic are lovely.

    If nothing else, I can put to good use those 100 sheets of postcard size printing paper that I got free with my last ink purchase.

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    "Still Life with Breton Fish Dish & Pretensions".
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    Re: Sony RX100 - getting started

    I'll tell ya one thing about this camera....it loves color....
    I even did a few but it's not really me it's from a secret agent here in Philly.


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    The secret agent can't really get my color palate....

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    I would rather this camera not do what it does so easy. It's a hard thing not to always have it around.....
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    /]streetshooter.us[/url],

    I would rather this camera not do what it does so easy. It's a hard thing not to always have it around.....[/QUOTE]

    Sure is. .

    "The line that must not be crossed".
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    Re: Sony RX100 - Case

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Just got a cheap Ebay leather case for the RX100 that works realy well. £8, so about US$13 I would guess.

    That looks like a classic 'never ready'

    I use this one . . .



    I got it free with a v-lux20 a few years ago, so I guess I have £8 on you

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    I'd like to change this baby for a different one please, this one keeps pi$$ing everywhere...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    That looks like a classic 'never ready'
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    That looks like a classic 'never ready'

    I got it free with a v-lux20 a few years ago, so I guess I have £8 on you
    Yes, but Jono, you had to buy the blasted v-lux20 to get the case
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    Hello All,

    What an absolutely fascinating debate about camera cases (been wanting to use the headbanger for a while!)

    The Red Arrows fliers have developed a new manoeuvre. One of their pilots has a granny whose birthday it is today. In her honour they did this.

    The RX100 has pretty short reaction time. Uncropped.

    "Red Arrows - The Granny Tribute Manoeuvre 2012".

    Cheers,

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    >What an absolutely fascinating debate about camera cases (been wanting to use the headbanger for a while!)

    We need the MTF for these cases :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ustein View Post
    >What an absolutely fascinating debate about camera cases (been wanting to use the headbanger for a while!)

    We need the MTF for these cases :-)
    Uwe,

    I would perhaps go 'Ho Ho' if I knew WTF MTF meant.

    Magnetised target fusion?
    Move to front transfer?
    Meet the future?
    Microsoft tape format?
    Modulation tape format?

    In the meantime, for your next set of 'Aerials', it's 'Chocks Away'.

    "Tiger Moth".

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    ..some dawgs..
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    ..a Moth and some Arrows..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gandolfi View Post
    ..a Moth and some Arrows..
    That my friend is a magical image....

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    Thank you, Don, much appreciated,

    It was a great day for Nostalgia Buffs at Kemble aerodrome in Gloucestershire.

    Even something for the car fetishists.

    Cheers,

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    ..the Boogie Woogie Girls of Company B..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlesK View Post
    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
    If we for a second forget emotions that come up with "Leica glow" can anybody please tell me what technical behaviors are most common culprit for such "glow"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoranC View Post
    If we for a second forget emotions that come up with "Leica glow" can anybody please tell me what technical behaviors are most common culprit for such "glow"?
    Ya know...sometimes in life there is no better explanation other than emotional.
    This may be one of those times........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Streetshooter View Post
    Ya know...sometimes in life there is no better explanation other than emotional.
    This may be one of those times........
    We will have to disagree on that.

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    ..Different stokes for Different folks..
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    .. no motor-drive,no cropping, just tickle the shutter........................................... ........NOW.

    Both full telephoto, 1/2000 @ f5.6.

    If I lost this camera today I would sell my body tomorrow in order to buy a new camera on Thursday!

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    ..and here's one more I just found, quite a heavy crop..
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    Re: Sony RX100 - Case

    Quote Originally Posted by Quentin_Bargate View Post
    Yes, but Jono, you had to buy the blasted v-lux20 to get the case
    I did, but it was brilliant, and we got lots of good shots with it complete with GPS . . . and now it's been sold on ebay for a respectable and dignified sum.

    What more could one ask (I know . . why doesn't the RX100 have GPS?)

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    Re: Sony RX100 - getting started

    Quote Originally Posted by ZoranC View Post
    If we for a second forget emotions that come up with "Leica glow" can anybody please tell me what technical behaviors are most common culprit for such "glow"?

    Quote Originally Posted by ZoranC View Post
    We will have to disagree on that.
    Oh Come - it's hard to scientifically quantify the benefits of a decent claret - but most of us can recognise one when we taste one . . . . and presumably the wine makers know what they're doing.

    Same thing with magic lenses - we can recognise the magic, and the cleverclogs at Zeiss and Leica are the winemakers.

    Just because you can't recognise it in a resolution test or quantify it in speech doesn't mean it ain't there, any more than the light of a beautiful morning is scientifically quantifiable.

    (and yes, I am a scientist . . or was at least!)

    all the best

    PS Gandolfi - you're taking magical images (oops!)

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    Re: Sony RX100 - getting started

    Jono, Thank You Kind Sir!

    All below, Phila Pa USA

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    The RX100, once set up is a very comfortable camera. I notice in the Raw conversions that the tonal range is expanded and more defined then the Jpeg files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonoslack View Post
    Oh Come - it's hard to scientifically quantify the benefits of a decent claret - but most of us can recognise one when we taste one . . . . and presumably the wine makers know what they're doing.

    Same thing with magic lenses - we can recognise the magic, and the cleverclogs at Zeiss and Leica are the winemakers.

    Just because you can't recognise it in a resolution test or quantify it in speech doesn't mean it ain't there, any more than the light of a beautiful morning is scientifically quantifiable.

    (and yes, I am a scientist . . or was at least!)
    C'mon jonoslack, isn't what many people call "Leica glow" often case of spherical aberrations and not "fine wine magic"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoranC View Post
    C'mon jonoslack, isn't what many people call "Leica glow" often case of spherical aberrations and not "fine wine magic"?
    HI Zoran
    I don't care what it is - anymore than I care what it is that makes up a fine wine - and I'm not suggesting it's magic either, just that some lenses under some circumstances have a presence, and the fact that you can't pin it down in an MTF chart doesn't mean it isn't obviously there!

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