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Old 09-04-2012   #26
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More OOC JPEGs, mostly at ISO 3200 with NR on low. I love the in camera B&W, it has just the right contrast for my liking.











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This thread has my GAS acting up. My God.

Might have to sell some gear and get this little beauty.
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You won't go wrong if ever you decide. I think most of the RX100 users now are confident enough to bring just this camera for daily use. It's a bit pricey but value for money is excellent.
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You won't go wrong if ever you decide. I think most of the RX100 users now are confident enough to bring just this camera for daily use. It's a bit pricey but value for money is excellent.
Haha, I'm used to pricey, this camera is not pricey. Unless you mean for a P&S.
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Curious to hear your post-processing technique on this one (if any). I absolutely love the colors!
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Haha, I'm used to pricey, this camera is not pricey. Unless you mean for a P&S.
Yes for a P&S obviously
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don, i like that bottom with the mannequin head.
i handled an rx100 yesterday. very impressive feel to it, and fast focus ...
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Steve, nice images here. I'm wondering what's going on with depth of field in some of these. The one that first raised a question in my mind is the picture of the girl sitting down in the background, and the fellow's knapsack in the foreground... both sharp. But other things in the picture that would seem to me ought to be in focus are not. It looks like you're using some sort of shift/tilt lens instead of the RX100. How do you get that effect? Thanks.

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A few more OOC JPEGs. I usually don't bring a camera here since the photos all turn out so cliche, but I didn't give it a second thought when I stuffed the RX100 into my pocket today.











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This thread is really picking up speed! A few more from this weekend - I actually could quite easily live with just this camera and nothing else (although obviously I won't...). The out of camera Jpegs are nearly perfect for my taste.







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Great thread. Very impressive work from the camera and photographers too
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this cam may be the barnack of this era, the "miniature" game changer ...
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Camera produces lovely color. I like it.
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Thanks Jamie, it really does amaze me until now after owning this for more than a month.
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