Gaze

Gaze

Lives in United States Louisville, KY, United States
Joined on May 27, 2006

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  • Hi Bill — First of all I want to thank you for all your beautiful Western photos …. I love Western shots!  On #3 you stated no smearing.  I had bought a Fuji X20 several months before the RX10 ...
  • Created discussions RX20 coming soon?
    I’m wondering if Sony is working on a RX20 and maybe coming out this Fall.  Question:  Is it possible to put a APS sensor in it with a 24 - 120mm lens with a constant 2.8 aperture?  If so, could ...
  • Hi Jim  -  Consider the Sony HVL-F43M which is fully compatible with the RX10 …. no need for a shoe adaptor and TTL works fine.  If you can get past the price then this might be the one for you. ...
  • Nice photo Bill!  Could it be Baby Canyon, AZ ?
  • Hi John,  I love this photo .... sooooooo happy and content .... what the world needs now!   It puts a big smile on my face  :-)   Thanx for sharing.
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  • Hi Bassy,  Wow!  Those are really good photos.  Thanx for sharing.  You can’t go wrong (if enough available light) using ISO 125 at F5.6 ….. sweet spots.  The clarity and detail are very much like ...
  • As with any new camera about to make its debut, people only read the specs. and are wearing rose colored glasses.  After many photographers and reviewers field test it sometimes/somehow those ...
  • As far as the RX10 I like the fact that I can use my polarizing filter on sunny days and not worry how the zoom would affect the photo since it’s at a constant F2.8.
  • Hi Phazelag,  Don’t forget that the RX10 has a built-in ND filter and a exposure compensation dial.  Since photography is about light, you can’t go wrong with the RX10 light gathering zoom lens at ...
  • I’m guessing that a few years down the road we’ll be talking about a four thirds sensor with a small 3X zoom for a high end compact camera.  Would that make it as big as a RX10??
  • Snapsh0t,  Thanks for letting me know about the Pedco Utrapod II tripod.  Over the years I have bought 3 mini tripods for compact cameras but none of them are going to stabilize my big boy RX10 ...
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    Hi Bassy,  Your photos are superb and the sharpness of them are outstanding viewing them on my iPad with retina display!!!  Thanx for sharing.  BTW, come this fall, new iMacs are rumored to have ...
  • Justin, your last post is VERY informative!!  I’m making a note of it and putting most of it in my RX10 file.  Thanks!  I know for these shots you took require a tripod and I’m not too fond of ...
  • Justin, those are really nice shots!!  If I had to pick one it would be the 2nd or middle one.  I’m surprised that those shots didn’t require more time.  How do you know how long to leave the lens ...
  • Justin,  Those 2 photos are very interesting …. showing a lot of motion!  I do recall a few years ago viewing a photo from a photographer of a very busy area with lots of people but he left the ...
  • Hi Ron,  Wow, and I have assumed all this time that ISO 125 was the base for the RX10.  I wonder if you or anyone here can point me to that reading/article/post?  Seems like there’s even more ...
  • Hi Justin,  Thank you very much for your comment!  I feel my brain did a 180.  I thought there would be a logical answer.  Question:  Would it also help if on a bright sunny day to lower the ISO ...
  • Created discussions RX10: Why ISO 80 or 100?
    Something I’ve been wondering about ever since I got my RX10 is about ISO 80 & 100.  As a rule, I never take photos below the base ISO 125 because, from what I’ve read, it decreases the DR.  My ...
  • OK MoreGooderPhotos,  and I'll name the thread "RX10: Why ISO 80 or 100?
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