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Old January 16th, 2012, 06:14 AM
Asher Kelman Asher Kelman is online now
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Originally Posted by Michael Nagel View Post
There is fun and the camera stands rarely in the way between me and the picture I intend to take. This is a very important thing for me.
Michael,

Fun!

This is so important. Even with the Canon 5D II and the 100 mm 2.8L Macro lens, the little black GXR with the 28-300 lens is so user-friendly and unintrusive that there's hardly ever any perturbation of the scene of people I want to photograph. What's more DOF always helps and focus is fast. It seems that the X-10 shares these qualities. I'd say, in fact, that having such a tiny camera can improve a lot of work.

I have not tried the X-10 but your report makes me very interested in the coming Fuji APS-C sized compact mirror-less camera. Small black camera are the way to go!

Keep on with your report!

Asher
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