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So tranquil and quite lovely. Reminds me of our many lengthy trips to Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario for paddling, biking and camping. Hoping one day in the future when the pandemic has moved on, to revisit it.
Here you go: https://leicarumors.com/2017/02/02/...e-conversion-lens-on-the-leica-q-camera.aspx/I used to think that 28mm was very wide; my preferred 'normal' focal length was 90mm. Now I find that for these skyscapes that 28mm isn't wide enough. I know Ricoh do a 21mm adaptor for the GR, and I might try that. Is there any similar adaptor for the Q2?
That's fascinating, Bart, thanks. I see from the link that it refers to the GW-3 version. For the GR3 there is now a GW-4 version. I wonder what the difference, apart from the price, might be.
Hi Robert, if you look further on Leicarumors you'll notice both adapters perform so-so on the Q.That's fascinating, Bart, thanks. I see from the link that it refers to the GW-3 version. For the GR3 there is now a GW-4 version. I wonder what the difference, apart from the price, might be.
In that case, Robert .. off to Dublin you go ... :grin:Thanks, Bart. I'm not that surprised, such adaptors don't usually have a good reputation. Interesting idea, though.
Still, I do "have" a Ricoh GR, though DD has it in Dublin, and I'm not sure if I'll see it again.
I also "have" a CL with with wide-angle zoom, but again DD has it...
DD will be here in the next day or two...hopefully she remembers to bring the stuff with.In that case, Robert .. off to Dublin you go ... :grin: