No Aperture on the Q??

Started Jul 24, 2011 | Discussions thread
Richard Murdey
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Re: No Aperture on the Q??
In reply to Smithhill2, Aug 22, 2011

Dude the ND filter isn't fixed, it switches in and out as needed. So no advantage at all of "bringing your own".

The idea is that a ND filter is preferable to really small apertures, as this avoids diffraction artifacts and, probably more importantly for a consumer ILC, unsightly dust spots.

The Ricoh GR digital did the same thing. In practice you never noticed it. I believe aperture settings above F9 on that camera were "virtual".

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