Ich bin ganz neu hier und auch völlig unbeleckt bezüglich Leica (obwohl ich schon mal eine Führung im Leitz-Park mitgemacht hab).
Jetzt erwäge ich, mir eine Q oder Q2 zu holen. Dafür wäre ich sogar bereit, meine Canon EOS R samt Objektiv-Park zu versilbern (die Fujis sollen jedoch bleiben).
Meine Frage wäre nun, wie sich die Steuerung des AF-Punkts bei Q / Q2 genau gestaltet, wenn das Auge am Sucher ist, und ob das per Touchscreen genau so möglich ist wie bei reiner Nutzung des Monitors, oder ob die „Touch“-Funktion bei Sucher-Nutzung abgeschaltet wird und die Steuerung des AF-Punkts dann nur noch mittels Steuerkreuz o. ä. möglich ist....?
Für eure Hilfe bedanke ich mich jetzt schon herzlichst. 🙂
By wbabbott3Back then, at the end of R camera and lens production, we were promised a "new" R camera to replace that well-loved camera and its lenses.
The SL can mount R lenses and it can help you focus a MF R lens with Live View and the joy stick enlargement. But mounting an R lens on an SL is only half of providing an equivalent R camera.
The MF experience is a two-fold hand and eye operation: focusing the lens by hand AND using a split-field viewfinder to focus it. That latter step is not now available for the SL, but could be furnished very simply.
In AF mode, the SL sensor gets light through the mounted AF lens, detects the degree of un-focus (the error signal), and issues commands to the lens's motor to focus it.
With a MF lens attached, everything is the same except that the commands have no where to go and are not used.
To me there is a simple way to use that degree of un-focus (the error signal) with a MF lens.
Let it drive a computer- generated image of a split-field viewfinder.
As the MF lens is focused by hand, in lieu of a motor, the state of focus would be displayed as if there was a real, split-field optical viewfinder in use. Thus the eye-hand manual focus of the R camera would be preserved in the SL, or other AF cameras that can mount a MF lens.
Think about it this way:
Simply replace the motor focusing an AF lens with a hand focusing a MF lens, guided by a synthetic computer-generated split-level display in the Electronic View Finder.
With this bit of digital skullduggery, any AF camera with an EVF which can mount a MF lens can be used exactly like any MF camera with a split-field rangefinder.
I hope Leica will provide this feature in the near future so that R lens fans can use their MF lenses with an SL body just the way they used them on an R camera body.
By paraskoHi all,
I"m considering buying a Leica TL2 which I want to use to take photos in the same way that I do with my IPhone for street photography. That is, touch screen focus only and most of the time I use burst mode to be able to nail the shot in terms of people moving into the scene.
1. Is the quality of the LCD on the TL2 comparable to a smartphone (I'm using an Iphone 7 plus currently)?
2. Does the TL2 have a 'continuous shooting' option or only single shot? I couldn't find this in the specs.
3. Can you program the camera to choose the focus point and take the shot simultaneously by a single tap on the screen? Or do you have to tap on screen to choose focus point and then press shutter button?
4. Is the AF fast enough for street photography?
5. I would be buying this camera with the new pancake 18mm lens. Would I be able to get maximum depth of field with this combo, as with a smartphone? That is, I want everything to be completely and equally in focus from foreground to background. I do not want shallow depth of field.
I have looked at other cameras (Sony, Fuji etc) but the larger LCD screen is the main attraction with this camera so that it is similar to an iphone experience but better image quality.
Any help appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
By Guest NEIL-D-WILLIAMSIs the metering lock the same as Back Button Focus like on a DSLR??
Can you use the thumb button to activate AF and then recompose and take the picture like you can on the Leica S
I use my SL mostly, if not to say exclusively, for photography. Mostly portraits. I don't know much about video.
So now we got a new horse and I want ocasionally make some short clips. My first attempts with AF were a failure, I don't know if it's me or the camera (I think it's me).
So what AF-settings would you suggest to start with? The set are four horses, two all black (seems impossible to focus them in AFc without hunting AF) which should be captured in the movement. Any idea?
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