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By Johnny DI've owned my Q2 for about 8 months and for the most part I have ignored the zoom features because I don't like throwing away data... However, I've also been looking at panoramic options in either digital or 35mm or conversions and I am finding that none of the solutions would really be an ideal option either because of cost (Xpan) or camera (sd quattro H), or lack of portability, or lack of quality... None of the options seem appealing to me.
What would be appealing to me is to see a Panoramic zoom option built into the Q2. Am I the only one? It seems like the functionality is already there, it would just be about adding another option.
in 2020 steht der Kauf eines nativen L-Mount Standardzooms auf der Wunschliste. Mich würde interessieren, wie die Meinung des Forums zur folgenden Frage ist:
Durchgängige Lichtstärke 2,8 (z.b. Sigma beim neuen 24-70er), Stabilisiator (z.b. beim Lumix 1:4/24-105) oder beides beim Vario-Elmarit 24-90
Body ist eine SL 601(also ohne IBIS), und mir ist klar, daß wir hier Äpfel mit Birnen hinsichtlich Preis vergleichen. Motive meist Reise und Menschen oder Kombination...:-9
By chris0959Hello all,
I have the 'level gauge' feature enabled on my Typ 109, which is supposed to show a green line in the viewfinder when the camera is level.
My images have often been out of level, with horizons dipping to the right so often that I couldn't believe I was not paying attention to the level.
I finally went out to test it today, and sure enough...a series of 8 photos, horizontal and vertical, all taken with careful attention to the green line, and all very badly out of level.
I'll attach one example here...they are all consistently like this. Takes a 1.7 adjustment in LR to level the horizon.
Wondering if this is a known issue? Can't imagine I'll send back to factory and wait 6mos for a repair...had to do that once already. I'll just turn it off. But I am disappointed!
Thanks for any advice.
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