For many reasons, I should be jumping on this camera.
Strangely, I’m not even remotely interested.
We went to a wedding yesterday, and my wife took this image.
(It’s not often I have proof that I am a part of these wonderful kids’ lives :) )
Incidentally, the camera used was a first generation Sony RX100 and after all of these years, I am still pleasantly surprised by the output of this small (and small sensor) camera. Compared to my Leica M9 images – in this light – you’d be hard-pressed to discern the difference at web-size output, unless you were looking for differences in depth of field. The M9 files are more robust with respect to post-processing, but that’s certainly expected.
A lot of fungus.
It was described as “mint” by the seller in Japan.
To his credit, he has sent me a replacement lens. It’s not quite as nice cosmetically, but the glass is clean (other than dust, which all of these Mamiya RZ lenses seem to attract in great quantity).
Yet, I wonder if I should keep and pay for the eukaryotic-exotic first lens?
It seems to perform spectacularly.