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    Quote Originally Posted by Paratom View Post
    So many see the Q as an addition to an M and a 50mm. But then one coule just carry an M with 50 and 28mm lenses, which is lighter than an M and a Q.
    But then you're spending time changing lenses and sometimes AF is usefull too..

    And probably for many the addition to M also means they're shooting the Q when they're not carrying the M. Let's say mostly not photography orientated family vacation or some sort of get-to-gether.

    Also Q is easier to handle in dark where, at least to me, rf becomes harder to focus. The Q then can throw in AF, ois, better high iso to level the grounds against the noctilux shooters

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    Geez, David, this one is incredible!!! Bravo.
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    Geez, David, this one is incredible!!! Bravo.
    Thanks, Ramosa. Much appreciated. It's my favorite shot from the Q... so far.

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    Has anybody else noticed how frequently the shots on this Q thread have trouble retaining both highlight and shadow detail?

    Is it a quite contrasty lens?

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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    I've just had a few days with the Q, but have noticed no unmanageable contrast. Certainly more than a v1 50 Lux...

    I like this lens a lot. I'm having a hard time defending my long time favorite - the 28 Cron.

    Q wide open. Close, but not macro mode. I had to increase contrast:


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    Has anybody else noticed how frequently the shots on this Q thread have trouble retaining both highlight and shadow detail?

    Is it a quite contrasty lens?

    Kirk
    Kirk, I don't think the Q's lens is more contrasty than my M lenses. The Q uses a different sensor than the previous Leica cameras, so it may be a situation where we're trying to figure out how best to process the images.

    Here's another one from the Q.

    From midtown Manhattan

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    Kirk, I don't think the Q's lens is more contrasty than my M lenses. The Q uses a different sensor than the previous Leica cameras, so it may be a situation where we're trying to figure out how best to process the images.

    Here's another one from the Q.

    From midtown Manhattan

    David: love your Q processing. As a result of this thread, I checked out your website. Great stuff. Ceatec Tradeshow #7 works really well.

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    I've been weighing up whether to get the Leica Q or the RX1Rm2 but this week finally decided in favour of the Q.

    First shot - processed in LR6.3 using the Auto function and a small amount of dehaze.


    This is the location of quite a famous photograph by John Gay, of children swinging on a lamp post outside their school. Not much left now but I really like the way the lens has reproduced the galvanised dustbin and the flowers.


    First impressions are very good. The lens is excellent and the sensor is the closest in sharpness I have seen to a Sigma Merrill sensor. If this is the sensor inside the SL it is going to be a fantastic camera.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    I've been weighing up whether to get the Leica Q or the RX1Rm2 but this week finally decided in favour of the Q.
    I went the other way. It is a pity that the threads with images from these two cams are in two different places.
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    I've been weighing up whether to get the Leica Q or the RX1Rm2 but this week finally decided in favour of the Q.

    First impressions are very good. The lens is excellent and the sensor is the closest in sharpness I have seen to a Sigma Merrill sensor. If this is the sensor inside the SL it is going to be a fantastic camera.
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    Took the Q out for its first ever journey through the hinterland of Whitechapel this morning on the way to work. This building in Spitalfields has appeared in numerous BBC period dramas.

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    I know, I know. All the cool kids are shooting the SL. But I *like* the Q.

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    Splash of colour: Daplyn Street, E1.

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    ^^^^^^
    David, looks like you and I are the only ones keeping this thread going. Maybe we should ask the mod to change the title to 'Fun with the Leica Q with Dave and Lou'.


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    Only the best!! And Louis I'm so glad you got the Q I find it to be the ultimate street camera. The Sony will be great but it just doesn't work for me in the same way as the Leica. You must try out the app as well

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    Only the best!! And Louis I'm so glad you got the Q I find it to be the ultimate street camera. The Sony will be great but it just doesn't work for me in the same way as the Leica. You must try out the app as well
    The app? Do you mean the smartphone app? I've downloaded it for my Android phone but not played with it yet.

    The Q is the only camera that made me want to get back into Leica. It suits me perfectly. I was going to get the RX1Rm2 and I may still do so but for the moment the Q is working out very well.

    I will probably get the Loxia 21/2.8 after Xmas. I use my Loxia 2/35 a lot with both the A7S and A7R but I am missing not having a really good 21mm lens.

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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    Quote Originally Posted by biglouis View Post
    ^^^^^^
    David, looks like you and I are the only ones keeping this thread going. Maybe we should ask the mod to change the title to 'Fun with the Leica Q with Dave and Lou'.

    If you two ditch the Q for the RX1R II this thread will die.

    Yeah, I am for that change.

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    Dave and Lou, you're not the only ones.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    If you two ditch the Q for the RX1R II this thread will die.
    That would never happen
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    I know my subject choices may not resonate with a lot of people but I know the east end of London and I shoot what I know.

    This is Chigwell Hill, Wapping, which rises up towards Whitechapel, on the other side of the Highway. In the distance can be seen the distinctive tower of St George's in the East a church designed by Hawksmoor (bombed out during WWII). I suspect the area was cleared during the redevelopment of docklands in the 80s but has been overlooked by the success of Canary Wharf.

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    "... but I know the east end of London and I shoot what I know."
    A wise man!
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    I also know my cats quite well...

    I haven't played much with the lens wide open but I have to say this is excellent background blur for a wide angle lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viramati View Post
    You must try out the app as well
    Just played with the Leica smartphone app, in my case on my Samsung S5 (Android).

    I came at it with very low expectations but I have to say I am incredibly impressed.

    First off, the QR code connection is a touch of brilliance. Secondly, the ability to full control the menu settings is good. I was wondering how I would be able to remote control the camera on a tripod and was unsure if wifi would be reliable but this looks pretty solid to me.

    For instant capture and publishing obviously you have to use jpeg but apart from that it is really well implemented.

    Just my two cents

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    I'm traveling with just the Q and a phone. I can get pics to Facebook, but not here. When back home, I'll process and post.

    Actually, I can get them to Flickr, but the phone interface doesn't make it easy to get a link to the images. Technology

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    Home now.. this from a few days ago:



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    Rain started a few seconds later. I tried exposure bracketing to keep the highlight detail. I usually prefer a natural look to landscapes. I want it to feel "yes, that's just what it was like." And yet, something drew me to this processing. I'm horrified and fascinated. Oh well - I guess everyone goes through an over-processed HDR stage...



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    One from a short walk around Kentish Town in London, yesterday.

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    That is a fascinating photograph. I'm curious about one thing. Do you have to somehow sterilise the camera before taking it into a operating theatre - or is it enough just to stand well back?

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    There is a sterile area in the OR which one needs to be 2 feet away with unsterile equipment to protect the patient or else incur the wrath of the circulating nurse. I routinely photograph and video in OR's and make sure I listen carefully to the nurses in charge.

    Eye surgery is routinely performed with the lights down so that the surgeon can see clearly through the microscope. This was particularly dramatic lighting.

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    Rain started a few seconds later. I tried exposure bracketing to keep the highlight detail. I usually prefer a natural look to landscapes. I want it to feel "yes, that's just what it was like." And yet, something drew me to this processing. I'm horrified and fascinated. Oh well - I guess everyone goes through an over-processed HDR stage...


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    Well, it was right there. What was I supposed to do?



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    Really enjoying how the Q AF is quick (and accurate) enough to capture a quick moment like this. Can't say my Ricoh GR or Sony RX1 or A7 series camera's would of caught it. Certainly all good camera's in their own right, that when used correctly can produce great images, but I rather enjoy seeing something, having near instant AF, and actually having it be in focus. Loving the Q

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    A few from last week in Grenada









    Sadly, though I enjoyed the camera greatly (having purchased it on eBay at Christmas) it has had to go to Solms to have two faults sorted out. One is a sensor spot (grrr) and one is a faulty 4-way control pad, which has no 'click' feel or sound on the downstroke though it does work properly.

    I decided to get the Q because the RX1RII is on perma-delivery-delay and because while I was waiting for it, I tried a Q and loved it. I might prefer the better sensor and higher pixel count of the Sony, but for look, feel and focal length, the Leica wins. Great lens too, though a lot of that is software - and by my calculation from looking at the files in RAW Digger, by the time the camera has made the lens corrections, you're not getting 24mp but 21.5mp interpolated upwards. Never mind, the files are nice enough though the shadows aren't as good as a Sony sensor would be.

    ps. I processed these on a Mac but whilst travelling, I used an iPad Pro and it really was fun - PS Express can even read the RAW files. The only problem is no highlight and shadow blowout warnings.
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    We had some snow here yesterday, http://www.getdpi.com/forum/sony/502...tml#post678874 but it's a beautiful clear dawn - with special guest planet Venus:



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    Thirty inches of snow and the Leica Q works wonderfully!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    A few from last week in Grenada









    Sadly, though I enjoyed the camera greatly (having purchased it on eBay at Christmas) it has had to go to Solms to have two faults sorted out. One is a sensor spot (grrr) and one is a faulty 4-way control pad, which has no 'click' feel or sound on the downstroke though it does work properly.

    I decided to get the Q because the RX1RII is on perma-delivery-delay and because while I was waiting for it, I tried a Q and loved it. I might prefer the better sensor and higher pixel count of the Sony, but for look, feel and focal length, the Leica wins. Great lens too, though a lot of that is software - and by my calculation from looking at the files in RAW Digger, by the time the camera has made the lens corrections, you're not getting 24mp but 21.5mp interpolated upwards. Never mind, the files are nice enough though the shadows aren't as good as a Sony sensor would be.

    ps. I processed these on a Mac but whilst travelling, I used an iPad Pro and it really was fun - PS Express can even read the RAW files. The only problem is no highlight and shadow blowout warnings.
    Lovely colors.

    How did you get your RAW images onto your iPad
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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnri View Post
    Lovely colors.

    How did you get your RAW images onto your iPad
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    Thanks. It's opaque but easy: shoot RAW + JPEG. do a simple import onto ipad's Photos app using either direct cable or card reader. Then use Photoshop Express app to open the image and, if it sees a raw companion file it will open and edit that rather than the JPEG. To test this, set camera style to B&W so that the JPEG is monochrome. You'll see that PS Express opens the color file, in other words the DNG rather than the JPEG. This is the easiest workflow out of various options, with the caveat that the work you do is then saved as a JPEG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    Thanks. It's opaque but easy: shoot RAW + JPEG. do a simple import onto ipad's Photos app using either direct cable or card reader. Then use Photoshop Express app to open the image and, if it sees a raw companion file it will open and edit that rather than the JPEG. To test this, set camera style to B&W so that the JPEG is monochrome. You'll see that PS Express opens the color file, in other words the DNG rather than the JPEG. This is the easiest workflow out of various options, with the caveat that the work you do is then saved as a JPEG.
    Great! I'll pick up a card reader with a lightning connector.

    Thanks,

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