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Tom Johnston

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    USA

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    Olympia
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    artist
  • Your Leica Products / Deine Leica Produkte
    III, IIIa, IIIf, IIIg
    MDa, M6, MP
    M9, XVario, M10
    lenses: Elmarits 21, 90, 90-Tele; Summicrons 28, 35 ASPH, 35 (8-element), 50 (v.4); Tele-Elmar 135. Various thread mount lenses.
    Reprovit II; V35, Spotting Scope, Trinovid 10x40 BA
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  1. I continue to be amazed at the how the Q2 provides excellent 28 and 35 choices. I don't quite understand the suggestions for different focal lengths for some future Q-variant. Is the desire for a different focal length with auto-focus? Or is the desire to have one camera to do everything? It seems to me that there are already many good choices for different focal lengths, apertures, that can be used on different sensors.
  2. I haven't been able to see it in LR either. Works very well in Capture One for the occasional time it might be needed.
  3. I've only been able to use this in Capture One. Thorsten says you can use the cropping tool in Lightroom to get the 24mm gain (https://www.overgaard.dk/Leica-Q2-digital-rangefinder-Page-2.html)
  4. The Q2 is perfect as is, at least for me. I have always liked the 28 fov. The 28 ASPH pretty much lived on my M9 and thought it would be wedded to the M10, but the 35 ASPH has been stuck on it. With the arrival of the Q2 the 28 ASPH hasn't seen any use on the M10 (yet). And when DNG files are processed in Capture One, you can squeeze out a couple more mm of view; and conversely, a 35 equivalent gives you a 30 megapixel file.
  5. My earlier contribution to this thread was in May 2020.
  6. finally getting around to looking at the "Super Res" and found this info for anyone interested: https://helpx.adobe.com/camera-raw/using/enhance.html
  7. My Summicron 35 ASPH first version lives on my M10. They are a good fit and work well together for my needs.
  8. at $275 for the Q2 battery I existing on one for the time being, during the age of sheltering in place.
  9. On the customer service page for M10 https://us.leica-camera.com/Service-Support/Support/Downloads I downloaded this file: M10-2.20.48.38 If I understand the discussion correctly, the only benefit for the M10 would be "The list of automatically detectable Leica-M lenses was extended" and not the Perspective Correction?
  10. I just downloaded this file for my M10: M10-2.20.48.38-Customer.FW though haven't installed it in camera.
  11. Reviewing files while organizing my library in LRC I came across this 2015 image from my recently departed M9. At the time the sensor had just been replaced.
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