Now that I am past halfway through this trip, I would say I could do 90% of the photography with the X100. Perhaps I can find out how to upload some X100 video. I have tried both the X and the NEX for video and the former is superior.
Fun with Pigeons in the plaza near the National Theater
Display of a large stone ball made in this region in pre-Columbian times. Its purpose is still a matter of debate.
A sleepy salesman at the International Arts and Crafts Market.
This man stopped right next to me staring at the camera so I released the silent shutter. I was not looking through the viewfinder or at the back. What fun!
This volcano is one of the two largest active volcanoes in the world at this time. Sometimes visitors get to witness a small eruption, but we were not so lucky. These were all taken with the X100, which does a good job with pans as you can see.
BB, we will be here about four more days. It is going fast and the pace is exhausting. As for ISO I set it myself using the fn button. If the new firmware puts Auto ISO where it belongs with the rest of the ISO settings I could see changing that.
This site flows like a river. If we turn away even briefly a lot goes by and then ceases to be highlighted. The fleeting quality of the Net. As Heraclitus said: "You cannot step in the same river twice."