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Old 12-12-17, 10:27 PM   #4421
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Can see the pics now! They look good. Low contrast with the XP2 even in the snow, never tried it, the only one I have was FP4, which I was pretty impressed with. Yes mju does take nice pics, can't you just ignore the flash on if it's a landscape rather than anything close? Will it always fire?
Glad you made it back Yokes, sounds like it's been quite a trip.
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Old 13-12-17, 06:52 AM   #4422
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Yeah it fires all the time unless you turn it off. There is a red eye mode as well I think but that's about it. Not sure why they did it that way. You can notice the flash on the buoy though, only ever so slightly.
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Old 13-12-17, 06:25 PM   #4423
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Does this work??

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Chengdu - pandas, parks and the riverside. Some good, some OK, and some with less than desirable focus. All taken with the X700 and either a Tamron SP 35-135 or a Rokkor 45mm F2
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Old 13-12-17, 06:49 PM   #4424
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Yep, I can see them. manual focus or AF?
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Old 13-12-17, 06:58 PM   #4425
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Manual focus only. I've a couple more rolls so I'll just put the lot up.

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first few are in Chengdu; the rest are in and around Lijiang

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Old 13-12-17, 07:05 PM   #4426
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First 4 are in Tiger Leaping Gorge. The rest are in and around Shangri La.

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Some awesome shots there Yoko, I love the way the film and the olde world look go together. I don't think digital would have had such an impact.
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Old 13-12-17, 08:25 PM   #4428
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Thanks.
Computer tells me I have 1762 digital shots but I think I'll spare you those although there are some good ones.
I really enjoyed using the OMD and started playing round with different modes. It's great for night/low light shots and the image stabilisation will take sharp, quarter second ,hand held shots, which is something I can't do with a heavy SLR.
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Old 13-12-17, 08:47 PM   #4429
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Would be great to see them all the same. Just popped a bid on a Minolta xg9 that has a 50mm Rokkor f1.4 on. Fingers crossed! I kind of wish I had taken my D5200 with the 35mm f1.8 to Brugges for some low light shots.

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Old 13-12-17, 08:54 PM   #4430
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Don't want to bore you all to tears but I got 3 films from the summer processed. It was so long ago I can't remember the lenses.
SRT101 - I was worried about the focus here as there's no split prism but everything came out fine. Think these were with a Minolta 50mm 1.4





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