The Leica Q (Typ 116)

The Leica Q (Typ 116)
'There is no doubt in my mind that this will go down as a classic Leica. How much that is due to the Panasonic input, who knows, but that collaboration is producing better and better cameras and lenses for both companies. And the Leica value of image quality at all costs is pre-eminent in the Q. Simply the best I've ever seen on my screen.'
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Leica Mirrorless - How does it rate as a mirrorless system? - Part 1

Leica Mirrorless - How does it rate as a mirrorless system? - Part 1
'My experience of using the brand has led me to believe that Leica is in fact the 'best' mirrorless (in the narrowest of photographic internet terms) system out there and these articles are to explain why I think that. '
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The Leica Q (Typ 116) The red dot success story?

The Leica Q (Typ 116) The red dot success story?
'The combination of classic Leica looks, an incredible lens and lots of Panasonic tech. inside seems to have found a market that extends beyond the Leica faithful. It's light, it's small and it's simple. It also has astonishing image quality and surprisingly good video'
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West Wales - Day 3 - Smartphone Panoramas and the Leica Q

West Wales - Day 3 - Smartphone Panoramas and the Leica Q
'However talking about proper cameras, I have to say how much I enjoy using the Leica Q (Typ 116) It has wonderful image quality and such sharp files that if this is the sensor Leica are using in their new interchangeable lens camera, then get ready for some spectacular images.
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Leica Q (Typ 116) Leica T (Typ 701) and Nikon D750 - Hybrid doesn't always mean mirrorless - Mirrorless myopia

Leica Q (Typ 116) Leica T (Typ 701) and Nikon D750 - Hybrid doesn't always mean mirrorless - Mirrorless myopia
'Take a look at the samples above, from my Leica's and Nikon D750. Not bad at all. Because the place where this footage ends up will be on the internet, or on a computer, laptop or even smartphone screen. Again I would be interested to know just where the footage all these demanding hobbyists ends up. My suspicion is very little, or none at all ends up commercially broadcast on movie screens or high definition TV sets.'
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