Leica Loving the Leica Q in color and B&W

Paul Pavot

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Dec 26, 2015
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Paul Pavot
I am a professional photographer and have been an avid Canon user for over 10 years. Recently I picked up a Leica Q because I wanted a full frame sensor that would be practical and easy to shoot in situations where I did not have a lot of set up time. Yes I could get the latest Sony A7?!))$&&), or the Leica SL, but I'm not looking for exchangeable lenses and don't need to spend $12K on a camera. So the Q fit the bill. What instantly impressed me was the colors right out
of the camera. In addition, the B&Ws are spectacular, even at ISO 3200.
 
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dalethorn

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View attachment 3812 View attachment 3813 View attachment 3814 View attachment 3815 I am a professional photographer and have been an avid Canon user for over 10 years. Recently I picked up a Leica Q because I wanted a full frame sensor that would be practical and easy to shoot in situations where I did not have a lot of set up time. Yes I could get the latest Sony A7?!))$&&), or the Leica SL, but I'm not looking for exchangeable lenses and don't need to spend $12K on a camera. So the Q fit the bill. What instantly impressed me was the colors right out
of the camera. In addition, the B&Ws are spectacular, even at ISO 3200.
What's up with #3? Is that a mural?
 

Hap

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Jan 9, 2016
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As I have written elsewhere....the owner of my local but very sophisticated camera shop tells me he can sell the Q....but not the RX1 II, still sitting on shelf. I think Sony buyers go for the A7. Leica buyers go for the M and Q....sounds like James Bond.
 

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