Me too. #4 is looking straight up at the ceiling of a lobby. It looks like you're looking level to the ground, though, out a widow. I get a little bit of vertigo looking at it on a large monitor, as my brain flips back and forth between seeing it "right" and "wrong."
Thanks for sharing. The night shots really show off the low light capabilities of the X100, which is one of the main reasons I like the camera. I like the photo of the bicycle helmet, and the juxtaposition of the cartoon character and the people in the foreground of the last photo is very interesting.
Hi Susan & Husband, go for it! As a recent UK buyer of the X100, I can heartily recommend it, provided you are prepared to learn how to use it properly (studying forum posts are a big help). I've had many cameras & this has quickly become one of my favourites.
The x100 has a quality to die for. Its still the first camera I think of when I am going out. Its not always the one I use, but it is always in my bag, along with a few other compacts of varying quality. It feels solid in the hand... like its a camera, not a toy. Having dialup aperture and shutter speed, and ISO choice at the tap of a button is just great, a return to the old days, almost, of manual cameras.