Hell’s Kitchen _10944
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2 thoughts on “Hell’s Kitchen _10944”
You nailed this dead on! I see you’re
using the Ricoh a lot more than the Pen F…..how come?
Hi Don. I just can’t get away from the small profile of the GR. I also love the the TAV setting. I wish every camera had this feature. This really frees me up to concentrate on just making images. I still take the Pen with me. It’s become my “experimental” camera. It allows me to use different POVs then the Ricoh. I’ll be posting images from the Pen soon enough.