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Old 09-08-2014   #1441
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There is something about the B&W picture coming out of the R-D1. I tried to duplicate that with my Sony RX1 w/o much luck. Great shots
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There is something about the B&W picture coming out of the R-D1. I tried to duplicate that with my Sony RX1 w/o much luck. Great shots
I could not agree more. Which is why I stocked-up on three Epson's as we speak. During the past year and a half I invested in Fuji cameras and lenses and while I'm happy with the results, the Epson always seems to outshine the competition, especially with Cosina Voigtlander and ZM lenses.
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Old earth I'm afraid. I just could not arrange for a more interesting journey at the time

I was flying somewhere over Kentucky or Tennessee.. I shot the clouds through the dirty and scratched window of the plane. A good bit of PP in LR5 was needed to remove the window defects. Mostly darkening the sky. It was not that dark...
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Old 10-10-2014   #1453
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Think I might buy a minty RD1x...
Always loved the rd1 back in 2007
The only real digi I truly bonded with...will a 6mp camera make me happy in 2014
Certainly the sleek body, the cock of the shutter, the vf, 1600 iso capabilitiies, that lovely green filter...
why not and to hell with running with the latest in the pack

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Congrats Helen!
I might get myself one in 2015. Got to love that VF and Shutter cocking
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First Experience

I am using an RD1 for the first time having been very kindly lent one by a friend (thanks Peter ). Now I realize what all the fuss is about. The camera is just so much fun to use, I bonded with it immediately . Last Sunday I went for an early morning photo walk with my 13 year old son around 'The Rocks', an area between Circular Quay and the Harbour Bridge in Sydney. Unfortunately he thought the plan was to go to 'rocks' as in breaking waves etc. and was rather disappointed. Still we had pancakes for breakfast which made up for it a bit and I've promised him we'll go to 'rocks' this weekend. Here are a couple of JPEGS from the morning, all taken with a 35mm 'cron v4.


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Certainly the sleek body, the cock of the shutter, the vf, 1600 iso capabilitiies, that lovely green filter...
why not and to hell with running with the latest in the pack

Utoh , now I've done it
The only digital camera I regret selling.

6Mp enough? Depends on what you intend using if for. For my personal use I would say it is more than enough.
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Contrary to popular belief, that's not Brad Pitt, R-D1 with 35mm f/1.7 Ultron
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This image has a "surprising" nature to it. The plane jutting into the frame like that is unusual, and the beauty created by the colors and sharp detail, make the image surreal. I like it a lot. Thanks for posting it.

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This image has a "surprising" nature to it. The plane jutting into the frame like that is unusual, and the beauty created by the colors and sharp detail, make the image surreal. I like it a lot. Thanks for posting it.

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Thanks. I guess it was worth the 10km bike ride :P
Used a Jupiter-12. I think F8, 200 ISO, 250 or 500 shutter, can't remember.
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First snow in Bucharest. Epson R-D1 - CV Super Wide Heliar 4.5/15. 27 December 2014.
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I just got an R-D1. After spending a year or so of only shooting film, I thought I'd give digital another try. I have a Fuji X-E1, but it didn't really give me that pleasure of my Leicas. Now, the R-D1 does! It's incredible, a digital camera that feels like a film one. I shot these at ISO 800, I think they look beautiful. I'm amazed that a camera that is so old by digital standards can bring such a big smile to my face.

These were both shot with a Voigtlander Ultron 28mm.

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Here's another one.

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Hai Van Pass, Central Vietnam. Epson R-D1 - CV Super Wide Heliar 4.5/15.
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