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Mihai, the Bucharest series is awesome. I've always wanted to shoot rainy night scenes and process them to look like that.
Kevin, think lighter, even with DSLR's. While nothing is as light as X100's, I would say that some of the entry level DSLR's are truly lightweight, and you can add small light primes as well. I can see a D3200 and 35 f1.8 as being a good lightweight combo. Nothing wring with the X100 either as long as you are comfortable with the limitations of a single focal length, non-DSLR autofocus performance. If it was not so expensive I'd have on in addition to my DSLR setup. For me, my current weight/IQ compromise is an m43 body with a 40mm f1.7 equivalent lens. If I really have to go small and light it's a P&S. Whatever you choose, feel better soon.
Ray (OH), that is one nasty goose! Just hope he does not decide to come after photographers.
I might go back tomorrow morning with a tripod and work that willow a little bit. I hope I don't find out.
Samy, the tulips with the 500P is tremendous. Great composition, and that's bokeh!!
Ray O - it's very easy. Only the aperture ring needs work and most seem to unscrew quite easily. I was too enthusiatic with my first two and worked on the back of the lens also which with modern cameras is not necessary.
Peter, sure "looks" and "sounds" easy. I may just go for a bargain grade non-AI from KEH to give it a shot.