Q Looses the 3-D of the M?

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Re: Q Looses the 3-D of the M?
In reply to Roland Karlsson, 3 months ago

Roland Karlsson wrote:

The problem, for me, with the Merrill is the hyper realistic sharpness. That kind of effects is something I want to add on demand. If it is a part of the camera, then the camera is a very narrow and special camera.

I think that's the differentiator, I want a camera which does exactly what the Merrills do, that's why I bought them. If I wanted the look of the Quattro I'd probably buy an A7 and get the added benefits of interchangeable lenses etc, though I appreciate the Quattro ticks the box for someone who only wants one specific focal length at a cheaper price. I do also like the design of the Quattro, though I prefer the smaller size of the Merrills, purely for logistical reasons.

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