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Old 07-16-2014   #41
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Old 07-16-2014   #42
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Just perfect depth of field, at this size anyway. It may look a bit different at a bigger size, but I tried different viewing distances and it just seems to work.

Of course, there are many things to like about the photo, but the way the hat divides the scene into sharp and blurry somehow makes it for me. I don't remember seeing many images where such a thing really catches my eye. A very well thought out composition.
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This really is a stunning camera...I can't belive more people on this board don't use one!

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This really is a stunning camera...I can't belive more people on this board don't use one!
Couldn't agree more, Patrick and those two images are prime examples of what people are missing out on. The camera is nothing short of amazing.
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To those of you that have an RX1/RX1R...there's a petition going around to have Sony update the firmware...I just signed it...wouldn't hurt if you did too!

https://www.change.org/p/sony-firmwa...c-rx1-and-rx1r
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sony doesnt update. they make new models, thats their idea of updates. btw im an rx1 owner. you buy sony expecting nothing more than whats in the box.
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Signed it in any case. For me the zoom during focus peaking is its only firmware resolvable flaw.
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All pictures here were taken with the RX1:
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Nice work

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Beautiful photos you all. I didn't know this camera (of course I heard of it) but seems to perform very well in the right hands.
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Am I the only one who finds a sort of soothing film-ish look in those beautiful RX1 pictures?
If someone told me that this:

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were taken on a 6x7 medium format camera on Kodak Portra I wouldn't be surprised at all.

The only thing that prevented me from switching to shooting mainly film to mainly digital was the look of digital pictures. In a word: soulless.
But what I've seen so far from this camera made me change my mind.

I'm gonna meet a seller tomorrow who's giving up his very nice RX1 setup (including pretty much all the original accessories, electronic viewfinder, hood, leather bag, battery charger) for a fair price and hopefully I'll be contributing to this thread pretty soon.
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I kinda agree. I dislike digital most of the time, but the RX1 is somehow kinda magical. I'd have one if it weren't so expensive.
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Beautiful photos you all. I didn't know this camera (of course I heard of it) but seems to perform very well in the right hands.
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Thanks Robert. I remember from a few years back also seeing several really good pics you shared on the X1 thread at LUF so I know you appreciate a good fixed- lens camera. It's interesting that this thread at RFF draws so few posters. There really are many nice images here. RX1/RX1R is a very special camera. With grip installed, it handles very nicely. Looking at the Q, I imagine it will also require a grip. There are quirks in layout with the RX1, but it is still very workable.

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Beautiful images everyone. I'm surprised this camerea hasn't gained more traction here at RFF

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Very nice addition to the thread Patrick, numbers 2,3 and 4 particularly grabbed my attention.



This is from the Old City at Kotor, Montenegro. The church sits at the base of a mountain with the outer wall around the city meandering way up high. The glow of light in the upper left comes from structures along the way.
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From the first week with the RX1. See them in the gallery for larger views.
















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Hey, nothing delivers "the bird" like an RX1...save for maybe an RX1R

Nice set of photos! Enjoy your camera Robert

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Thank you, David.

I talked to the eye doctor and his prescription for immediate visual happiness was: RX.

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Hah!

You have a savvy doctor Robert. And these look great. There really is something special with this lens-sensor marriage IMHO.

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