Announced Sep 1, 2011 •
12 megapixels | 2.8″ screen | 28 – 112 mm (4×)
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Hello everyone! I recently tried to shoot the Milky Way with my X10. I drove a bit out of the city, pointed up-ish, and took a few shots. Here's an example of what I got, after a bit of postprocessing (RawTherapee+Gimp): I pointed some straight up, and they didn't look quite so good. It looks nice at this small web size, but if you try original size, or even 50% I think, there's a lot of noise going on. Plus, the Milky Way is not as bright as it could be. Here are my questions: I've seen...
I suspect there have been similar questions in this and other forums, but I didn't see one in a casual search (cue someone who post 9 links to exactly that, so forgive me in advance). I have been a Nikon person for most of my life. My first pictures were taken with my father's Nikon S (how I wish I still had that camera). He got me a Nikon SLR and I've stayed with Nikon for years. My current SLR is a Nikon D7000 and I have several lenses for it (primes, kit lenses and 3rd party) and two...
On the 29th I updated two computers to Windows 10. Everything seems to work. Then I tried this morning to download photos from my X-E1 and X10 in the same way I have always done: connecting them to the computer through the USB cables supplied with the cameras. As usual, the computers recognise the cameras correctly and I use File Explorer to navigate to the folder on the SD card and download the images I want (I put them in order of date with the latest date at the top). This time, however,...
I am sorry to ask this question but I want to be sure before I buy a new monitor. The Fuji x30 is only sGRB but the RAW files have the full color gamut(aGRB) correct? I know this was once discussed in reference to the x20 but I can no longer find that thread. I seem to remember that the answer was that the RAW files did indeed encompass the full color gamut(aGRB). the x20, like the x30 has no provision for choosing aGRB, unlike the x10, where there was a choice. Obviously I am interested in...
So I started with Pentax some years ago with a K-r, drawn in by the small limited lenses nobody else was making. I then progressed to the k-01, and have the da 15, 35macro, 40mm, as well as a Sigma 10-20 and 30mm f1.4 and some random older Pentax lenses. I've been really struggling to decide to stay with Pentax or go to something like the em-1 or G7. I shoot two subjects, architecture interiors and exteriors, and my little kids. I recently bought a Ricoh GR and a lx100, which I use as small...
About to become an owner of one of the bargain X10s being sold on eBay. Reviewing the various pros and cons, tips and tricks for that camera. One I'm trying to remember but can't find on the forum has to do with aspect ratio I think. Something about "stretching" a few pixels in landscape or something like that. Am I imagining things? Some old-timer remember what (if anything) that was about? Not really worried about it. At the price it would be hard to go wrong for a utility camera to keep in...
Normally I don't bother other people with my camera issues, but I have had two X10s that developed the same problem after approximately one year of heavy use. The first one began to show what appeared to be two large hairs in the same place in every image at every zoom range. The images were more distinct as I stopped down the lens and would almost be unnoticeable at the widest aperture. Now the second x10 has started to exhibit the same phenomenon with some dark spots on each frame that...