Hi RFFers. As many of you know I'm a Rolleiflex Tri-X man -- and proud of it!
Anyway, I like to explore as many limbs of the photography tree as possible. To those similarly afflicted; I'm sure you understand. This morning I shot with both my Rolleiflex and my new Sony Rx1r2. I bought the camera because I got a good deal on it, and because the specs intrigued me. Funny thing, but carrying the two cameras at the same time works out great. I just play to their strengths and to my own as well.
Today was my first outing with the camera, and I'm loving it. It's weird that something so small and light could produce such outstanding quality and have so many features. I got the $10 Sony screen protector and replaced the OEM strap with a $24 Artist and Artisan khaki/orange strap. Tomorrow I'm going to get a generic 49mm squeeze lens cap. The OEM one is too overbuilt -- very pretty but too much. I got the Sony lens hood (which I honestly can't understand why it doesn't come with the camera -- really?) -- bought the hood at B&H when it was on sale in December. I'll probably get a metal grip when the prices are around $30. Oh, and I already had a digital B&W UV.
But enough talk -- here are 4 of my Rx1r2 shots: