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Re: Official: Leica Q3 Unveiled, Now Open for Pre-Orders


Fred Miranda wrote:
lifeandmylens wrote:
Q3 arrived. Doing a couple tests to see if it could replace some other lenses.

Here's a quick snapshot with the same settings on the Q3 and M10p with a 28 Summaron at f/5.6.


I appreciate the previous test. Would it be possible for you to conduct another test using a tripod? Additionally, I would like to thank you for providing the uncorrected version, which demonstrates the distortion.

According to online discussions, it is suggested that the Leica 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens has a focal length of 24mm before distortion correction and 26mm after correction. It does not have the angle of view of a 28mm lens.


Sure here is one better, with lots of vertical and horizontal lines. I didn't use a tripod since it wouldn't technically be an equal FOV since the Summaron is much smaller. So I set them both on a table with the front of each lens lined up with the front edge of the table. Also used an M10-r this time @ ISO 100.



May 26, 2023 at 01:35 PM
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Re: Official: Leica Q3 Unveiled, Now Open for Pre-Orders


Fred Miranda wrote:
lifeandmylens wrote:
Q3 arrived. Doing a couple tests to see if it could replace some other lenses.

Here's a quick snapshot with the same settings on the Q3 and M10p with a 28 Summaron at f/5.6.


I appreciate the previous test. Would it be possible for you to conduct another test using a tripod? Additionally, I would like to thank you for providing the uncorrected version, which demonstrates the distortion.

According to online discussions, it is suggested that the Leica 28mm f/1.7 Summilux lens has a focal length of 24mm before distortion correction and 26mm after correction. It does not have the angle of view of a 28mm lens.


Sure here is one better, with lots of vertical and horizontal lines. I didn't use a tripod since it wouldn't technically be an equal FOV since the Summaron is much smaller. So I set them both on a table with the front of each lens lined up with the front edge of the table. Also used an M10-r this time @ ISO 100.



May 26, 2023 at 01:24 PM





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