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On article Leica Q In-depth Review (1111 comments in total)

I really wanted to purchase the Sony, but in the image quality department (at least judging from DP review's testing) the Q's looks much sharper and resolve detail way better than the Sony. It seems Sony's image look kind of blurry. I am shocked. Is it right? Too bad te Leica is out of reach budget wise.

Link | Posted on Mar 23, 2016 at 23:01 UTC as 142nd comment | 2 replies
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photominion: The fact that they only offer an iOS app says all about the target user of this camera.

(someone who prefers a foolproof ui and is ready to overpay to compensate his lazyness.)

Not, don't flame me, I honestly don't know anyone who could ever tell me about a real advantage of iOS over Android other than the fact that it "just works".

@photominion Wow! that is a really cool feature to handle the overheating design flaw inherited to Android: just put it underwater and the problem is solved! Other Android manufactures should have this built in into their devices. And remember, I don't have an iPhone, I am currently using an android device. Despite the overheating issue, I like android better.

Link | Posted on Feb 8, 2016 at 00:20 UTC
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photominion: The fact that they only offer an iOS app says all about the target user of this camera.

(someone who prefers a foolproof ui and is ready to overpay to compensate his lazyness.)

Not, don't flame me, I honestly don't know anyone who could ever tell me about a real advantage of iOS over Android other than the fact that it "just works".

From a former iOS user and current Android user: Android overheats easily with normal use, iPhones don't. It's not a experience with one particular device or Android version. Every single Android device I've owned (5 in total, from gingerbread to Lollipop) has this overheating issue. I also had 4 different iPhone models up to Iphone 6 plus. Unless I am doing a lot of intense gaming, iPhone don't overheat at all on normal use (email, call, Waze etc)

Link | Posted on Feb 5, 2016 at 20:16 UTC

Brilliant initiative. Bravo, Michael Reichmann

Link | Posted on Dec 6, 2014 at 02:50 UTC as 10th comment
On article Opinion: Do we really need the Fuji X30? (319 comments in total)
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Bsadvies0104: it is always a pleasure to read all the posts about a camera which is not on the marketing yet. Also i love the discussion about pixels ( the more the beter it seems), sensor size (bigger=better), lenses and so on. I have a camera with only 5 milj. Pixels and the same (size) sensor, with a hell of a lens. The Leica digilux 2. I think most readers do not print postersize pictures. Mostly 13x19 inches, which is pretty big. When you print in this size, really 12 milj pixels and only a tiny sensor like X10, 20 and 30 is more then enough, unless you are looking to expose the photos, professionally, in a gallery. My old D2 is still spot on, cristal clear. It could be much better, but do i need it, or want. I think a perfect photo, and i do not mean the composition, has only a small effect on the technical data of the camera. It is the combination of things. Lens is the most important one. This count for the early ages of photography as well it is for today. Look for that and nothing else!

Totally agree.

Link | Posted on Sep 12, 2014 at 11:51 UTC
On article Leica T (Typ 701) First Impressions Review (2256 comments in total)
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Frank_BR: I do not know why DPR gives so much importance to the method of distortion correction. The modern trend is that the bulk of the distortion be partially corrected optically, and the remainder by software. That Leica is a mystifying photography company, we all know long ago.

Well, just point me to a source on the web where any Leica executive is saying the their T lenses do not rely on software correction... I could not find any. I only have found a Dpreview person stating that he heard it from a leica executive... Pretty brittle fact, to say the least.

Link | Posted on May 3, 2014 at 11:36 UTC
On article Quick Review: Apple iPhone 5 Camera (115 comments in total)
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duartix: Why the reviewer says there is little to pick between the 5 and 4s, I totally fail to understand...
I mean... look at the first picture, it's pretty obvious:

The 4s has a lot more DR. It's screaming in the highlights whilst in the shadows they are pretty much close.

The 4s has also a lot of over-sharpening halos, look at the rails. Heck, looking at the buoy I even thought it was purple fringing.

Come on, if you don't spot these issues at first sight you shouldn't be doing reviews...

Well, I for one have replaced my iPhone 4s with a Nokia 808 Pureview 2 months ago and have never looked back. I am very happy with 808's performance as a phone. Certainly way better than the iPhone 4S in some key phone aspects for me (ie call quality, signal reception, battery life, Maps and GPS). On the camera front, the 808 blows the iPhone out of the water, both for stills and hd videos.
Definitely it is an acquired taste UX wise, but easy to get used to.
But if apps is your thing more than mobile photography or long lasting battery to power phone functions, than an iPhone or any android device is better suited.

Link | Posted on Oct 3, 2012 at 01:15 UTC
On photo Run in the Running challenge (4 comments in total)

Stunning picture!

Link | Posted on Dec 24, 2010 at 04:37 UTC as 3rd comment
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