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I would love to see more Black and White photos, especially in low light.  I currently own a Q2M and thinking I should wait for the Q3M before taking the plunge. I am delighted to see some of the improvements! 

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2 hours ago, snooper said:

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I’m happy to see this photo as a Q2M shooter.  Does the increase to 60 megapixels make for better low light shooting? This B&W conversion looks pretty good.  Excellent moody shot. 

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From the little we've seen thus far the sensor quality combined with the incredible Leica glass alongside whatever image processing they're doing produces images that are absolutely on par with some stuff I've seen from M11 (obviously there's no competing with some of the M glass). Just look at the image above my post, the depth and microcontrast are otherworldly. I don't think I've seen point and shoots with this kind of rendering but then again I'm naive and don't have too much experience.

I think this will be my first Q camera, the convenience and weather sealing are unbeatable for casual life documentation and travel photography. Just stunning. Can't wait to see more photos in here (and at some point, I hope to be posting my own).

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vor 1 Stunde schrieb M11 for me:

I put together a little album with Q3 images.

https://www.alexuehlinger.com/Leica-Q3-2023/

 

Thanks! That's a very nice gallery which give a very good overview regarding dynamic and a bit about the iso capabilities. 

 

Interestingly, some of the housing area shots are showing moire in the roof structures, despite 60mp and the "so old" lens. Obviously, the resolution of the lens is still outperforming the sensor. 

Dynamic seems to be a bit better and ISO also, but I would not call it a night  and day difference to the Q2. Iso is the biggest difference, however I would still not say that the Q3 is a high-iso monster. Still, I am very tempted, but will hold back. :)

 

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10 hours ago, wilfredo said:

I’m happy to see this photo as a Q2M shooter.  Does the increase to 60 megapixels make for better low light shooting? This B&W conversion looks pretty good.  Excellent moody shot. 

Never used a Q2M, unfortunately. From the very very few conversions I’ve done so far with the Q3 (“only” got it yesterday), it feels like a M10M file in terms of DR. The low lights seem to be highly accessible while the noise remains in the film grain feel. Not the proper wording but you get the idea.

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23 minutes ago, Daniel C.1975 said:

Thanks! That's a very nice gallery which give a very good overview regarding dynamic and a bit about the iso capabilities. 

 

Interestingly, some of the housing area shots are showing moire in the roof structures, despite 60mp and the "so old" lens. Obviously, the resolution of the lens is still outperforming the sensor. 

Dynamic seems to be a bit better and ISO also, but I would not call it a night  and day difference to the Q2. Iso is the biggest difference, however I would still not say that the Q3 is a high-iso monster. Still, I am very tempted, but will hold back. :)

 

The low light capabilities are nicht and day. 
i will post some of the night footage I did. 
And pls keep in mind that when the q2 came out they worked on the firmware to reach the status quo. 
and I am guessing but the new q3 will get much better in one year of algorithms work too. 

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vor 38 Minuten schrieb Daniel C.1975:

Thanks! That's a very nice gallery which give a very good overview regarding dynamic and a bit about the iso capabilities. 

 

Interestingly, some of the housing area shots are showing moire in the roof structures, despite 60mp and the "so old" lens. Obviously, the resolution of the lens is still outperforming the sensor. 

Dynamic seems to be a bit better and ISO also, but I would not call it a night  and day difference to the Q2. Iso is the biggest difference, however I would still not say that the Q3 is a high-iso monster. Still, I am very tempted, but will hold back. :)

 

I am never sure about that moire. I think its just the monitor. When I see some moire on the iPad and then with 2 fingers I make the image bigger then the moire has gone. So its not the sensor.

Re day and night of the 2 sensors: I have the Q2, the Q3 and the M11. In lightroom the Q3 and M11 behave the same way. You really feel the improved DR. The Q2 is much more difficult when you want to correct highligts and dark areas. So there is a clear difference. No doubt. I much prefer the new sensor.

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