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Sharing my short article shooting Paris with classic Leica X1: https://www.juliuspictures.com/blog/2020/11/13/exploring-paris-with-leica-x1

I found this little old camera is amazing. I hope you all enjoy it.

 

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Julius, I enjoyed your report on using your X1 in Paris. You mention the time it takes to make and assess adjustments to EV setting. The easiest way is to learn how exposure bracketing works for you. Mine is set for +/_ 1.33 EV.  Then two presses at 12 o'clock on the keypad will set that for you. Easy!

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Thank you wda. Yes, your advice might work too. however, for me I have bad short sight and really having difficulty in finding buttons or seeing texts in small screen. Even sometime I can't really tell if my the camera is focused or not.. I just guess 😅 . Thus pointing the center to the shade area is easier for me. But you are right, if I don't have short sight then using the exposure bracketing is the way. Thanks for sharing advice.

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7 hours ago, Julius Yls said:

Sharing my short article shooting Paris with classic Leica X1: https://www.juliuspictures.com/blog/2020/11/13/exploring-paris-with-leica-x1

I found this little old camera is amazing. I hope you all enjoy it.

 

Beautiful photos of Paris in your link!  Thank you for sharing. Rob

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