I've had my new (to me, but really only very lightly used) Stylus 1S for about a week now, and am just starting to get the hang of it. One of the best things about it is the small (almost-but-not-quite pocketable) size and light weight - which make it easy to bring along on a walk or a stroll. A quick handful of shots from my morning wandering around town.
First, a fire hydrant. (I've been obsessed with taking pictures of fire hydrants for years, it may be worth consulting a psychiatrist to figure out why).
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Second, the same hydrant again...but closer up, and seen vertically.
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Then, a detail from a cool mailbox which I passed.
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The mailbox shot, in particular, would not have been possible without the extreme telephoto end of the small Zuiko zoom, whereas the relatively wider angle end is good other types of perspectives. It's proving to be quite a useful zoom range.
Lastly, an image of small-town life - where a 'free' chair, left on the sidewalk, has now been upended and seems to be in the process of becoming an art installation.
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I like this camera.