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Re: Leica Q vs Sony RX1rII - My in depth impressions


seanj wrote:
The Cuba images are nice. But those images are also more a function of the photographer being awesome. We could do the same thing with this photographer going to Manilla for a quick trip and then taking the RX1RII on a 10-day trip to India: https://petapixel.com/2016/04/06/review-shooting-sony-rx1r-ii-manila-india/

Both cameras are outstanding and the real limitation will be the person taking the photographs more than it is the deficiencies in the equipment.


Well, it is a truism in photography that the photographer is more important than the equipment. I think we can all agree on that. I was just pointing out that this particular photographer, preferred using a Q over much more complex and versatile gear for his Cuba assignment. There must have been a good reason for that, if only that his back was hurting, and he wanted the lightest load possible.

Rob



Apr 24, 2017 at 10:47 PM
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Re: Leica Q vs Sony RX1rII - My in depth impressions


seanj wrote:
The Cuba images are nice. But those images are also more a function of the photographer being awesome. We could do the same thing with this photographer going to Manilla for a quick trip and then taking the RX1RII on a 10-day trip to India: https://petapixel.com/2016/04/06/review-shooting-sony-rx1r-ii-manila-india/

Both cameras are outstanding and the real limitation will be the person taking the photographs more than it is the deficiencies in the equipment.


Well, it is a truism in photography that the photographer is more important than the equipment. I think we can all agree on that. I was just pointing out that this particular photographer, preferred using a Q over much more complex and versatile gear for his Cuba assignment. There must have been a good reason for that, even if only that his back was hurting, and he wanted the lightest load possible.

Rob



Apr 24, 2017 at 10:37 PM





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