Colors are pretty nice and accurate. I slightly prefer Oly colors, though, but who doesn't. Anyhow, it is easy to tweak the X100 color output to ones liking and I will shoot RAW only, once the camera is supported by Aperture.Congratulations on your new camera! How's the color output, is it as good as from Olympus?
Yes, in OVF mode, the framelines move to the right and down depending on the focused distance. However, the focus box or cross line in the OVF window do not move to confirm the precise focus point. Focusing, therefore is slightly off. I.e the closer the subject the greater the challenge. If nailing focus is needed, I use the EVF, otherwise the OVF with which I focus slightly up and to the left to compensate for parallax error.Question kind sir ...
Do you find the framelines following the Focused Distance?
So going from 8' to 30', do the lines adjust?
More to follow ...
Oh Jeez, this is not helping me AT ALL! I have resolved that the X100 was not for me....W R O N G !!! QUOTE]
wow great shots. "love a good cow head shot"
camera looks promising, need to do some re-thinking..
grats Retow on the new gun...
Just what I was thinking...Oh Jeez, this is not helping me AT ALL! I have resolved that the X100 was not for me....W R O N G !!!
LL has updated its X100 experience. Although I disagree with what "Gordon" in his mail to LL wrote "......the actual focus spot is up and to the left of where it seems to be." Instead, the actual focus point is in the center of the sensor/lens, which is down and to the right of where the one shown in the OVF is (which unlike the frames does not move as a function of focused distance). Don't know maybe he means the same but approaches it from a different angle.retow,
The AF box should stay centered.
The issue for framelines, as with a Leica M is....
If you set focus to say 8' for Hyperfocal, whatever, then the frameline will be set for that focused distance.
Your subject may be anywhere out to infinity but the camera is thinking 8'.
So Parallax becomes a 2 fold situation.
1- the frameline tries to see the focused distance of the lens.
2- the subject area may not be accurate with the frameline.
I'm really depending on AF with the OVF due to this issue.
It's the same issue as the M's.