Top View, Incorrect Installation The IR beam is reflecting off of a soffit or other exterior part of the house.
Top View, Correct Installation The IR beams are free of obstructions.
And our taste for the small camera that offers lots of control and better-than-average image quality did not go away the day DSLRs became cheap enough that most photographers could comfortably afford one.
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It returned from Fuji service and I unboxed it and bolted the 35mm on it and is when the DSLR died. I can’t say they are better but they are a bit different. I know that doesn’t mean shit to the pictures that are created but it’s a joy to use and carry with you.
The new EVF is fantastic and has moved it leaps and bounds ahead of the original X10. It’s a nice point and shoot that isn’t all that much smaller than an X100. I was hired by Fuji to shoot another job for them and I figured I better get the X-Pro fixed prior to that job so I sent it in. The first gen CMOS sensors do have their own quality to them though. The X-Pro1, IMHO, is still the most beautiful of the X series. I’d look for a good used one or a good sale price on a new one.
Today’s compact system cameras are only a logical progression, and the butch high-end compacts that we enjoy today are the grandchildren of the feature-rich ambition that dropped as seeds the day the flower heads of the APS system dried up and died.
The craving for high-end compacts was developed in the period during which compact cameras were all that digital enthusiasts could afford.
There would be times, inevitably, when one would produce a camera that the other was extremely jealous of, and there may have been restrained congratulations over the fence at lunchtime, but largely the two worlds would remain quite apart.
The line between the compact and the SLR began to blur somewhat with the disruptive influence of the Advanced Photo System (APS), and while the system itself was short lived, the cameras it generated have made a lasting impression.
The IR beam is reflecting off of the white ceiling.