Brendan Delaney

Lives in United Kingdom London, United Kingdom
Joined on Oct 9, 2006

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  • ISO dial (with A option)
    Aperture on lens
    Speed dial (with A option)
    EV compensation dial
    Focus ring
    shutter release.
    ALL you need!

  • Of course its very personal and comes down to 1. The haptics, feel, usability of the system for your purposes 2. The outputs 3. The cost relative to your other financial priorities. Re 1 - ...
  • "I mostly shoot landscapes, some flower macros and the grandkids. I want something lightweight, thus the interest." Actually the Q2 is perfect for this combination of uses. Its light and wide ...
  • the Olympus 45/1.8 is equivalent to a 90mm f2.8. Its a lovely portrait lens.
  • L eft eyed. Nothing wrong with my R eye, just strongly L eye dominant. Noses on LCD screens make me switch off any touch screen. I use centre point focus and lock-reframe if using AF. Works fine ...
  • Fine - you already have 80% of what you need. So really you want a Q2 with a 50mm lens.... Would that mean selling your Nikon gear, or something in between, in which case what use is the Nikon gear? ...
  • I sold my Sony A7Riv and 35/55/85 primes to buy a Q2. Delighted with it. disclaimer - my alternative system is either an Olympus OM4Ti + some primes or  (just recently) a Leica M10 - so both manual ...
  • I didn't like the M 240 at all. It was fat, clumsy feeling to hold, the live view was so laggy it was unusable and the images fell apart once you pushed the shadows a bit..... The M10 (ideally a P) ...
  • Correct, but DOf will be different with a cropped 28mm lens compared to a 50mm and that may matter.
  • It wasn't the Q, but a few years ago I needed to slim down on a budget and used a Sony RX1R alone for a couple of years. It was fine. I have a Q2 and its a great creative tool and unless you're ...
  • The leech thumb grip is very robust and nicely made. maintains function of the Fn button and helps hold the camera in one hand. It does use up the hot she though so one thing to take off if you ...
  • The 'front part' goes deeply into the camera. You need to remove the top plate and partly disassemble in order to loosen it. I wouldn't.....
  • Thanks, I've been having a good look at the AP raw file comparison site. I think 3200 is the practical limit, but that's fair enough. I could always get an A7S for 'available darkness'. Will ...
  • Dear colleagues, I'm a serious amateur who mainly shoots film with Olympus OM gear (have picked up a lot of it over the years!), I have my own darkroom for B&W and home develop and scan E6 and C41. ...
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