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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnri View Post
    Great! I'll pick up a card reader with a lightning connector.

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    Get the USB 3 version: it's a lot faster!

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    Get the USB 3 version: it's a lot faster!
    I have a Mac Book Pro which downloads SD cards very quickly. I was looking for some way to go straight to my iPad Pro for those occasions when I don't have my laptop with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnri View Post
    I have a Mac Book Pro which downloads SD cards very quickly. I was looking for some way to go straight to my iPad Pro for those occasions when I don't have my laptop with me.

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    Apple now do a USB 3 speed card to lightening reader.

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    Apple now do a USB 3 speed card to lightening reader.
    Oh, I had to do some digging to find out what you were referring to!

    I believe the one I ordered is the USB 3 version but I won't be certain until the package arrives.

    How on earth did you even discover this? Never mind, but thanks again for letting me know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohnri View Post
    Oh, I had to do some digging to find out what you were referring to!

    I believe the one I ordered is the USB 3 version but I won't be certain until the package arrives.

    How on earth did you even discover this? Never mind, but thanks again for letting me know!

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    A lot of trial and a LOT of error.....
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    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/attachme...&thumb=1&stc=1

    Am loving my LQ for many subjects including landscapes. This one is iso100, f16 and 1.3sec
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    http://www.getdpi.com/forum/attachme...&thumb=1&stc=1

    THE ETHER DOME....
    is a surgical operating amphitheater in the Bulfinch Building at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. It served as the hospital's operating room from its opening in 1821 until 1867. It was the site of the first public demonstration of the use of inhaled ether as a surgical anesthetic on 16 October 1846.
    I brought my LQ with me hoping that while I was at the hospital this week for an annual that the room would not be in use so I could go in and take some photos. It is a very cool place with a lot of history and one that folks should visit if ever at MGH.
    Leica Q, 28mm, f5.6, iso1600, 1/40sec handheld
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    Chrysanthemum tea.



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    Inspired by this fantastic quote from the Saul Leiter exhibition at the Photographers Gallery
    'Photographs are often treated as important moments, but really they are little fragments and souvenirs of an unfinished world'


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    Quote Originally Posted by tashley View Post
    ...........
    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.
    Tim, would you mind sharing a Q raw file, preferably something colorful like your first shot? I'll look at it in Capture One, which makes the interpolation process more explicit and can modify it. My hunch is that with the barrel distortion that you find in the Q (and the 24mm end of the SL's Vario-Elmarit, where I have tried this), you are bringing in information from outside the original 28 mm frame, then correcting everything to get the lines straight, then following the "Adobe procedure," which sets a goal of saving exactly 6000x4000 interpolated pixels. But in C1 there are other choices possible.

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    First time I've used the Q in a couple of weeks. Miserable day, weather wise. This was also the first time I used the macro setting on the lens. I love the 1.7ness of this lens.

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    In Québec City with my daughter. It was a brisk -10˚C. Here she is reclining on a bench made of ice. Tight crop.



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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    The Q replaced my X2 as my everyday, take anywhere camera. I have been so impressed, it just may supplant my M. The 28 is very sharp, I can spot the distinctive signature out of the others.
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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    I do love my Q . But I find the images somewhat too perfect , too clean .
    So I decided to try some "rework" , using ON1 PHOTO SUITE , PSCS and also NIK COLOR EFEX .
    I hope you like what I did .


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    I really have to stop taking pictures out my window, but often enough the light is striking. In particular, this evokes childhood for me in a way I'm still trying to explain. f/2, 1/25s, ISO 3200.



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    (I had a loaner SL for the weekend, but the lens was seriously out of alignment. )
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    Some crocuses, macro at f2.8, handheld.

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    Q set on Macro

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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    Sunrise in Southhampton, NY.




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    Overlooking Bunhill Fields, from the study in the John Wesley House, London.


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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    Nice! The Q has really pleasant rendering, doesn't it?

    The colors by default are a bit strong, but not garish, and they can always be toned down. This is taken at almost the same time as the sunrise, but not facing the light show:



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    Nice! The Q has really pleasant rendering, doesn't it?
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    Haha. It's a Leica. It's why we pay the big bucks! :-)

    The sensor has a very good dynamic range as demonstrated by your sunset shots.

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    Finally getting used to the 28mm vs. 35mm for these kind of shots.

    I think the Storm trooper took a wrong turn in the time machine.
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    Why? Why bother? Why now?

    Dpreview in-depth Leica Q Review.

    Dorks.

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    My Leica Q, I saw other people posting up their samples, they look amazing. When I looked at mine is like what did I do wrong. Any great tips would be awesome, maybe they edited their photo?

    here is my sample.. taken at 12:40AM midnight

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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    Quote Originally Posted by Prestonk View Post
    My Leica Q, I saw other people posting up their samples, they look amazing. When I looked at mine is like what did I do wrong. Any great tips would be awesome, maybe they edited their photo?
    Looks great, although Cask Strength can be dangerous.

    What bothers you in that shot? If everything but the label is too dark, raise the shadows. If that makes the background too light, add vignetting. I do that in most shots to help keep the eye on the subject. The Q's RAW files are fairly malleable.

    Two of the great strengths of the Q are portability and speed. Take it everywhere. Shoot everything. Always good advice, but it's easier to actually DO it with the Q. I've had surprising success with portraits, and I would previously never have used anything shorter than 80mm for that. Landscapes and architecture are easy. For wider angle subjects, you can take a quick panorama click-click-click done. One of my first Q captures was a sunrise with four frames making a 40+MP 19mm FoV final image.

    Want to do candids but are not comfortable getting that close? Use the phone app to control the camera as it hangs on your chest.

    Macro opportunities abound.

    And yes, the vast majority of images benefit from some post-processing. Q jpegs are very good, but I always reprocess the RAW.

    But please, have fun with it!

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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    In case this is of interest... here is an uncorrected raw image from a Leica Q, including distortion, fall-off and IC limit.
    Full sensor size seems to be 6016x4016 px.

    Monochrome: http://mochro.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lars View Post
    In case this is of interest...
    Distortion is not as bad and noticeable w/o correction at infinity as it is at 3m and closer.
    I like 75° field of view for environmental portraits. Unfortunately, this 28/1.7 Summilux doesn't work well in this regard, and build-in distortion profile skews faces and bodies even further. I don't see it mentioned in user reviews, but shared images speak for themselves.

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    Well I pulled the trigger and joined the club. Liking it so far..
    Very versatile

    It does portraits..

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    More Q..



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    Really love the macro ability of the 28mm lens. Auto focus on a squirming puppy was a huge help, also.

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    I just got my Leica Q. Only had a chance for a few shots.... These are from separate shooting opportunities around Miami, Ft Lauderdale.

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    Rain in NYC today too


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    Well the clouds finally parted and we got some sun


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    Though midtown remained overcast..

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    Q | Q | Q
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    Re: Fun with the Leica Q

    This was not the local prison , although it looks like . Q at 28mm

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    A few more shots with the LQ on my second week of ownership

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    That last one is a great capture. I can actually hear her spouting her beliefs.

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    Cracker of a shot, David

    Must be the circle line!!

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    Amtrak Station in Atlanta.

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