If you are considering "upgrading" to Apple's Lion system, a few tips:
1. NEFs (Nikon's RAW file format) don't render properly in Preview. 2. On my MacBook Pro (12m old or thereabouts), you can't go back to the desktop with a gesture on the touchpad - it says you can, but you can't. All you can do is show all the running apps. So, to go find a file located on the desktop you have to minimise the window(s) you are working on - a pain. 3. Fuji RAF files (RAW files from the X100) do render properly in Preview - they didn't in Snow Leopard. 4. You will want to switch back to scrolling the way you always have before instead of using the default "like the iPhone" scrolling action of Lion. 5. Your machine will be a bit slower than before on start up and shut down - a lot of this is likely to be due to the fact that the programmes you had open at shut down are opened up again on startup. 6. Pinch to zoom? No, it doesn't.
DSCF0267, originally uploaded by patrickdodds1. Inside the semi-derelict Commonwealth Institute for the press night of the In Transit festival in Kensington and Chelsea. Not my best night with the X100, having seen the pictures I got I'm thinking maybe the D700 should have come with me. However, then it becomes about the photography and not the experience and this event was definitely about the latter. Anyway, this is one of the panoramic photos the camera stitches together itself, no post-processing required. Which is kind of handy.