I have not been posting for a while here since I have been away on a lomng holiday through Vietnam, Cambodia and Hong Kong. I took my GXR with the Ricoh GR f2.8 28mm, Voigtlander Heliar f4.5 15mm, Voigtlander Nokton f1.4 35mm and Canon f1.8 50mm lenses and the A12 28mm module as a backup camera. The GXR performed great and the lenses complemented each other very well, although the Heliar and GR lens were the ones to see the most use overall. The GXR worked flawlessly during the trip despite rain, high temperatures and humidity, the only problem I had was with dust on the sensor but this was more my fault, although Ricoh needs to add a dust reduction system in the next mount module. While it was not always easy to manually focus the lenses all the time (imagine having to hold and umbrella and also have two hands to hold and focus the camera), it was never too big a problem and mode 2 made focusing very easy. Something that did not really work well is to keep the lens information accurate, at times I forgot to switch the My Setting, here I hope Ricoh will address this in firmware. Next to the GXR, I gave my new Asus Transformer tablet a proper trial on how it works as a travel device and it did not disappoint. Where a friends' iPad 2 failed miserably for every single task, the Transformer worked like a charm and managed to handle everything from backing up pictures to blogging and uploading pictures without problems. So if you are thinking of travelling light but want a proper device to store your pictures on ansd be able to upload them, forget the iPad but look at the Asus Transformer. The trip started out in Hanoi, then on to Hue, Hoi An, Saigon, Phnom Penh, Siem Reap for Angkor Wat, back to Hanoi, Halong Bay and then on to Hong Kong. There was a lot to cover and even more to see but it was worth it. After the trip, I have to say that one thing is clear to me, the GXR with Mount A12 module is the best camera I have used so far and produces fantastic results. This is bad news for my other cameras since they will see a lot less use from now on. Enough with the talk, below are some pictures from the trip. In case you don't have enough, there are more on my blog.