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...and maybe ”evidence” too.

My father picked it up today from the Leica Store just next to the HQ. Had a blast down here. The Q2 is awesome, and I keep looking at it more than I look at my M10 paired with the 50mm summilux... Not good.

 

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1 hour ago, SchneiderPetr said:

Yes, this is the right camera for Thomas in Blow Up.

That movie completely freaked me out when I saw it as a kid!  Then a couple of years ago, when I was really getting into Jimmy Page and Led Zeppelin and Jeff Beck again, it was cool to watch that scene featuring the Yardbirds.  Long live the great British guitar legends (to include, of course, Steve Howe and Eric Clapton)!!

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On 3/10/2019 at 2:54 PM, can-photo said:

Huge files! DNGs are about 80+MB and JPGs are 10+MB. So need to come up with a better workflow!

 

However, it makes cropping possible! 

Read in the other big Q2 thread about lossless compression usibg Adobe plug in or LR “Update Metadata” to take 80MB down to 50MB. It works. 

 

 

Edited by iQ2 (formerly Infiniumguy)

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vor 2 Stunden schrieb iQ2 (formerly Infiniumguy):

Read in the other big Q2 thread about lossless compression usibg Adobe plug in or LR “Update Metadata” to take 80MB down to 50MB. It works. 

 

 

 

Is there something similar for Capture One?

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27 minutes ago, Blues Bird said:

 

Is there something similar for Capture One?

I have no idea. I’m not familiar with C1. Hopefully someone else will jump in and educate us. 

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47 minutes ago, Blues Bird said:

 

Is there something similar for Capture One?

You can compress your DNG files using Adobe DNG converter application before importing them into Capture One.

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