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Weighing in at just 249g, the Mavic Mini fits in the palm of your hand. You give up a few features in exchange for that tiny size, but we still found it to be a solid performer.
The Leica Q2 is a fixed-lens, full-frame camera sporting a new 47.3MP sensor and a sharp, stabilized 28mm F1.7 Summilux lens. It's styled like a traditional Leica M rangefinder and replaces the hugely popular original Leica Q (Typ 116), launched in 2015.
The Q2 looks essentially the same as its predecessor, but under the hood notable improvements have been made including the addition of weather-sealing, better battery life, a new processor and a much-improved electronic viewfinder. Pixel count has also nearly doubled.
While the Q2 replaces the original Q in Leica's lineup, the Leica Q-P - a 'stealthy' version of the Leica Q - will remain available. The Leica Q2 sells for a recommended price of $4995 / £4250 / €4790.
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The Q2 and original Q look pretty similar, but there are a lot of upgrades under the hood. Here's the nitty gritty.
How's it feel in hand? How's the new electronic viewfinder? Find out here.
We've been shooting around with the Leica Q2 – here are our initial thoughts based on that time.
The sensor in the Leica Q2 looks pretty impressive, but we're still not fans of the low-contrast, low-saturation JPEGs.
The Q2's lens includes digital corrections as part of its design. We found little to worry about: the lens is as wide and sharp as the JPEGs make it look.
The Q2 has surprisingly good video specs, but the lack of control holds it back a little. Autofocus is fit for purpose.
The sheer cost makes it difficult to be completely objective about the Q2. But by Leica's standards, we think it's a comparatively rational choice.
Puppies and landscapes and portraits, oh my! Check out our full sample image gallery for out-of-camera JPEGs and Raw conversions.
We take a closer examination at how well-suited the Q2 is for a variety of common photography use cases.
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This year, plenty of amazing cameras, lenses, accessories and other products came through our doors. As 2019 winds down, we're highlighting some of our standout products of the year. Check out the winners of the 2019 DPReview Awards!
Here are 10 photography gifts you'll actually want this year, picked out by photographers for photographers. And yes, it's OK to buy them all.
Leica recently announced the Q2, a digital rangefinder with a fixed 28mm F1.7 lens. It's a heck of a lot of fun to shoot with, but is it right for you? Based on our time with the camera, and its specifications, we've examined how well-suited it is for common photography use-cases.
If you're looking for a high-quality camera, you don't need to spend a ton of cash, nor do you need to buy the latest and greatest new product on the market. In our latest buying guide we've selected some cameras that while they're a bit older, still offer a lot of bang for the buck.
What’s the best camera for under $1500? These midrange cameras should have capable autofocus systems, lots of direct controls and the latest sensors offering great image quality. In this buying guide we’ve rounded up all the current interchangeable lens cameras costing less than $1500 and recommended the best.
Looking to get in on the instant camera fun? We tried every model and think the Fujifilm Instax Mini 70 strikes the right balance between price and feature - the Instax Wide 300 is our choice if you crave a larger format.
Long-zoom compacts fill the gap between pocketable cameras and interchangeable lens models with expensive lenses, offering a great combination of lens reach and portability. Read on to learn about our favorite enthusiast long zoom cameras.
'What's the best mirrorless camera?' We're glad you asked.
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The new concept allows for a seamless display without a need for 'notches', 'pinholes' or any kind of motorized pop-up mechanism.
Astronomik's Clip-Filters easily snap into place between the sensor and lens, allowing you to use nearly any lens, regardless of front filter size.
FeiyuTech wants to want to cover every base with a quartet of gimbals covering action cams and phones to full blown DSLRs. The timelapse one is interesting
The XCD 30mm F3.5 is a wide angle prime lens for Hasselblad medium format cameras, and with a price tag close to $4000 you expect it to be good. As Chris and Jordan discover, it's an outstanding optic – with interesting bokeh.
This week DPReview TV tested the Hasselblad XCD 30mm F3.5 wide angle lens for medium format. Here's a gallery of full resolution images from this episode, shot on the Hasselblad X1D II.
A late 2019 edition to Nikon's Z series lens lineup, the 24mm F1.8 has made its way into our hands. We tried it out on the full-frame Z7 as well as the APS-C Z50.
The DJI Mavic Mini is so light – a mere 249g – that it's exempt from FAA registration in the United States. Does that mean it's also exempt from FAA rules? Here's what you need to know.
As next-generation CFExpress cards start to become available, Nikon has released its line of XQD cards in the United States.
Time to dig through your old cameras and play 'Can it play DOOM?'
Keyword management, which previously had only been available to Mac users, has now been released on the Windows version of the software as well.
The Zeiss ZX1 full frame compact may be ready to ship after all, as Adobe lists it amoung newly supported cameras in the latest Camera Raw update
Per a report from CNBC, a number of former Facebook employees have spoken out that Instagram's recent transition to hiding the like count of posts was more than just a good-will gesture.
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III is the company's latest Micro Four Thirds camera; it looks great, feels great, and takes beautiful photos. There's a lot to like, but there are a few things we'd change. Find out more in our full review.
The arrival of an EF-M version has given Technical Editor Richard Butler even more opportunities to shoot with the Sigma 56mm F1.4 DC DN. It's the fifth time he's picked an APS-C product.
Mobile photography app company VSCO has acquired camera maker Rylo to bring advanced video editing tools to its users.
Nikon is celebrating its first SLR, the Nikon F, with a new Nikon Museum sale that includes a limited-edition wristwatch with a dial watch face.
Repair website iFixit reports that Nikon has contacted more than a dozen independent repair shops that they will no longer be a part of its authorized repair program after their agreement is up in March 2020.
Kodak Alaris confirmed Ektachrome E100 will be available to purchase globally in 5-roll 120 'propacks' and 10-sheet boxes of 4x5 film 'within the next 10 days.'
Take a look at what this fast, wide-angle zoom for Canon's full-frame mirrorless system is capable of.
Adobe has added direct photo importing and advanced photo exporting to Lightroom for iOS and iPadOS, as well as updated the shared album feature in its desktop apps.
Google Pixel users will soon be able to apply background blur to portrait image that were taken in standard photo mode.
Roger Cicala and his team at Lensrentals have taken apart Canon's RF 70-200mm F2.8 IS lens to reveal what engineering feats are hidden within.
MIT CSAIL's latest AI project uses a camera and algorithm to 'record' videos of hidden objects, including their color and motion, based only on their shadows.
Six months after first announcing the redesigned Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR monitor on stage at WWDC, Apple is opening up orders starting tomorrow, December 10.
Recently, we spoke to award-winning photographer and Olympus shooter Buddy Eleazer about his work, what inspires him, and what he needs from his camera gear when shooting wildlife on safari.
The 21mm F1.5 for Leica M-mount is a fully-manual prime lens with a clicked aperture and 10-blade aperture diaphragm that's currently available for $429.
After nearly a decade of using Apple phones, Managing Editor Allison Johnson jumped ship and became the happy owner of a Pixel device. But the iPhone 11 might just tempt her back.
This 60-second tutorial from Adobe shows how changing the 'Color Adaptation' setting within the Content Aware Fill tool can create better edits in different situations.
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The new Tamron 35mm F2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 lens has an attractive price, but how does it stack up against Sony's own 35mm F2.8? According to Chris and Jordan, pretty darn well.