From Wokingham in the good old Royal County of Berkshire to be precise! I'm a professional photographer shooting Nikon D700's most of the time. Recently I had a bit of an epiphany when I dug out a couple of old film rangefinders (Olympus 35RC and XA), loaded them up with black and white film and went off to do some personal stuff. I had great fun and it made a real change from having to photograph stuff for a living! I loved the old school cameras but realised I'm so used to the immediacy of digital not to say the low light capability. I remember when ISO 400 was deemed fast. I've gotten very blase shooting the D700 at 1600 or3200 and getting fantastic results. So I've decided to get a nice little compact camera along the same lines as the 35RC. Hence finding this forum. I think I've narrowed it down to the Fuji X100. Some of the other 4/3 cameras look good but I really like the viewfinder (can't be doing with focussing on the back of camera ),the handling and the classic look of the thing. I was toying with the X10 but I most probably wouldn't want to shoot with that on assignment if the need arose. I could well see myself using the X100 a few times at a wedding, especially in dark churches, the near silent shutter would help as well. The big mirror on the D700 does make a bit of a din. I'm off on holiday in June to Lanzarote so will need a camera by then. I'm not 100% sold on the Fuji just yet so open to suggestions ! Anyway here are a few shots that I took a week or so ago on a little digital camera - I'll let you guess what it is!