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Old 09-13-2012   #51
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paul, you do just plain stinking beautiful work. ^
when you going to add the rx100 to your sig?
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very nice...

how are you doing without a internal finder?
the lcd only working ok?
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There you go Paul, signature changed.

Joe, I'm doing okay without an internal finder. I have the GRD IV too which is the same so not too many problems. I found the Fuji X10 more of a pita despite it having an optical finder, as it had no focus confirmation and I found I had too many out of focus shots so had to use the LCD anyway.
The Sony has accurate and fast focus. I find the multi AF quite good in use for street shots. I'm also trying out hyperfocal shooting too.
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At 100 years old yesterday, this lovely lady shows off her card from the Queen.

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what a wonderful photo. how did you do the black background? post processing, or studio?
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Did the background in LR3 Paul. Not even sure I do it the right way but seems to work.
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There you go Paul, signature changed.

Joe, I'm doing okay without an internal finder. I have the GRD IV too which is the same so not too many problems. I found the Fuji X10 more of a pita despite it having an optical finder, as it had no focus confirmation and I found I had too many out of focus shots so had to use the LCD anyway.
The Sony has accurate and fast focus. I find the multi AF quite good in use for street shots. I'm also trying out hyperfocal shooting too.
i assumed that you would be fine with the lcd...i am having no problems or concerns either.
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Very nice, Joe. I like the composition and the B&W conversion a lot.
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What a lovely portrait! And the RX100 produces great color!
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Hi All,

Absolutely loving my RX100. I've even tried my hand at street shooting with it. Something I never do normally.

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That's all for now.

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Joe, I gotta thank ya for this. I've been busy using my G**4 and have let the Sony sleep.
I got an email from the forum saying this thread needed photos.
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glad to give some a kick in the...er...i mean movitate others to shoot more!

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