What questions were those? I shot the video with Chris Niccolls and hopefully we can answer some.BB - Sure thing. I have some concerns but I think it may prove to be a good companion to the X100. 'Still would like to know more about the OVF but it looks like those questions will have to wait until mine arrives.
We have not had a chance to examine the RAW files, as they are not yet supported in Lightroom or Aperture, but the JPEG engine seems very nice. I wouldn't feel comfortable going into IQ details on a pre-production camera, however.I suppose that you didn't have an opportunity to actually look at the X10's files in Lightroom or anything did you?
There is no information in the viewfinder, much like the Canon G12 or Nikon P7100. A bit of a shame, and that's the reason we used the LCD primarily. Hoods will start shipping shortly after the cameras, late November or early December. The hood + adaptor ring kit will be going for around $70 Canadian.Jordan- great video, seriously! Fun but still very informative with some nice stills mixed in too.
Here are a couple of my questions;
Is there a center mark or crosshairs in the OVF to help you know what you are pointing at when focusing using the OVF?
Any analog or digital readouts in the OVF that includes basic information such as selected shutter speed and/f-stop?
And the hood, the LH-X10, any ideas when we may be seeing it available? A cost "guestimate" would handy too. Thanks.
Again very nice video . Trust me, I teach the stuff. - Electronic Journalism Arts .
Welcome to the group. Great to have you on board.