Photo America TV | Leica D lux 4 camera review

Photo America TV | Leica D lux 4 camera review

•The minimalist design of the D-LUX 4 is totally in keeping with the Leica tradition of cameras with a clean, discreet and timeless look. The rigid housing of the camera is made of high-quality aluminum, making the D-LUX 4 so light, compact and unobtrusive that there's no reason why you should leave it at home •The large 1/1.63" CCD image sensor provides 10.1 Megapixels of effective resolution so the smallest details of the subject are reproduced exactly, and the larger sensor size results in more vibrant color with less image noise. •The LEICADC Vario-Summicron lens has a focusing range of 24-60 mm (equivalent in 35mm terms), and allows the photo enthusiast to work with an open shutter, making the D-LUX 4 ideal for available light exposures or using the wide aperture for selective use of field depth.

Leica 018-352 D-Lux 4 10 Megapixel Digital Camera

Leica 018-352 D-Lux 4 10 Megapixel Digital Camera

http://www.jr.com/leica/pe/LEI_DLUX4BLACK/?JRSource=yt The compact nature of the D-Lux 4 means it can be with you all the time. But despite its compact size, it offers top Leica quality and gives the photographer plenty of artistic freedom. The D-Lux 4 is ideal, whether for subjects composed with lots of forethought or for spontaneous reportage. The Ergonomic layout of controls and intuitive Operating system make it a pleasure to handle the D-Lux 4. Focus, shutter speed, stops and Exposure override can all be set manually with the Joystick giving the real enthusiast scope for highly individual picture composition. Of course you can also use the intelligent automatic mode: Depending on the subject and photographic situation, the camera automatically selects the best mode from Scene Select, either macro, landscape, portrait, night portrait, or night scene. The Professional Software Capture One 4 (RAW Data converter) makes sure that the RAW data supplied by the CCD sensor is "processed" in optimum quality.

Review: Leica D-Lux (Typ 109) in Hong Kong

Review: Leica D-Lux (Typ 109) in Hong Kong

*Thanks for all your support for my YouTube channel. I have just started affiliated links to B&H Video and Amazon. If you decide to buy any of these featured items, or buy anything on B&H and Amazon, I will receive a commission on the purchase. It won't cost you any more to use these links, but it will help me to continue making content like this. Thank-you so much for your support of my channel: Leica D-Lux Typ 109: https://bhpho.to/2wI9RDd http://amzn.to/2vzvP6w Panasonic LX100: https://bhpho.to/2wmYBct http://amzn.to/2weJRfY This is my first Micro Four-Thirds (M 4/3 sensor) review, and an odd one at that. This Panasonic-Leica LX and D-Lux series has been around for a very long time, but the latest iteration is quite the leap in sensor size. Although the mega-pixel count increase is insignificant, changing from a 1/1.7" sensor to a M43 is a significant jump in sensor surface area (more than 5 times more sensor surface area). The overall feel of the camera hasn't changed much from the previous D-Lux 6 ( Panasonic LX-7) and this is a good thing. The D-Lux series has always been a photographer-enthusiast focused camera and this essence is not lost on the latest model. Aesthetically speaking, the latest Leica D-Lux version has cleaner lines (no hand-grip hump) and nicer accessories, but is it worth the extra cash just for the Leica name and aesthetics? Check out my review of the Leica D-Lux (typ 109), including images and video of beautiful Hong Kong. ***Please Note: Although I shot the inserted sample video in 4K, it is rendered down to 1080p by YouTube. Even still, you can see there is an increase in video quality. To check out my most recent pictures, follow me on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/bigheadtaco Follow me on Twitter for bonus pics, news and thoughts on photography: http://www.twitter.com/bigheadtaco Check out my soon-to-be-updated website with reviews and images: http://www.bigheadtaco.com Filming location: To Kwa Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong Videographer: Camera Girl (wife) Video Camera: Ricoh GR II Editing: iMovie for Mac Music: license and royalty free from iMovie Intro/Outro music: Bigheadtaco and my Ovation Ultra Deluxe . .

Leica V-Lux 4 and D-Lux 6 - Which? first look

Leica V-Lux 4 and D-Lux 6 - Which? first look

http://whi.ch/vlux4dlux6vid?utm_campaign=video_tech&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube_channel&utm_content=leicav-lux4andd-lux6&utm_term=description Leica is know for it's premium priced cameras but the V-Lux 4 and the D-Lux 6 are 2 of the more affordable ones. In this video we look at both the cameras specs.

Leica D-Lux (Typ 109) vs. Fujifilm X30 - Part 2 in 4K

Leica D-Lux (Typ 109) vs. Fujifilm X30 - Part 2 in 4K

Welcome to Part 2 of our compact camera shoot out between the Leica D-Lux (Typ 109) and the Fujifilm X30. Both are excellent compact cameras. In part 2 we look more closely at the Leica D-Lux (Typ 109), a premium point and shoot with a Vario Summilux f/1.7 lens and a 4/3 MOS sensor, which is large for a camera of this size. In this short video you'll see some sample photos and stunning 4K video captured by the Leica D-Lux (Typ 109). Thanks for watching. Please Like this video, leave a comment and subscribe to our growing photography channel.

Panasonic Lumix LX100 Review

Panasonic Lumix LX100 Review

Lisa Gade reviews the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX100 advanced compact camera, also sold as the Leica D-LUX (Typ 109). You can read our full written review and see sample photos here: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/camera/Panasonic-Lumix-LX100.htm . This camera competes with the Sony RX100, Canon PowerShot G7X / G1X mk II and even compact ILC Micro Four Thirds cameras. It has a 16MP Micro Four Thirds sensor that’s cropped to 12.8MP to allow for different selectable aspect ratios (about 1.5x larger than a 1” sensor). The LX100 has a fast and sharp Leica 24-75mm f/1.7-2.8 zoom lens for improved depth of field compared to most compact cameras. It has an EVF, 3” LCD, hot shoe with included accessory flash, OIS and it can shoot 4K video. It has micro HDMI and micro USB ports but no mic or headphone jack. It has full manual controls in addition to auto mode, and great ergonomics that will please advanced dSLR shooters. It’s geared more towards the serious photographer rather than the point and shoot crowd, though it takes excellent photos in auto mode.

Leica TL2 Urban Set

Leica TL2 Urban Set

В данном сете представлена фотокамера серебристого цвета и аксессуары серого цвета. Новый получехол, ремень, флешка-браслет и ремень для переноски аксессуаров. Всё это выполнено в едином цветовом стиле. Новый получехол для камеры TL теперь имеет отсек для доступа к аккумулятору. Фиксируется получехол винтом, который расположен снизу. На лючке есть крепёж, который предназначен для ключа смены ремней. Это очень удобно, т.к. новый ремень имеет крепление типа кольцо и для его использования необходимо установить проушины в камеру.

Digital Leica Buying Guide

Digital Leica Buying Guide

Digital Leica Buying Guide Below is a list of all of Leica’s Digital Rangefinder Camera Bodies and some of their key features: The Leica M8 was released in 2006 and has a 10MP apsc size sensor and has brass body. A few years later they released an evolution of this camera, the M8.2. Apparently this camera had operated a lot more quietly, had much tougher LCD glass and also a slightly smaller and more discreet build. The Leica M9 which was released in 2009 and features a 18mp full frame sensor. Similar to the Leica M8, they released a second version of the M9 a few years later called the M9-P. This camera is almost identical to the M9; it has the exact same sensor with a slightly better LCD and more minimalist cosmetics. I wouldn’t go as far as to say it has nicer cosmetics, because really it is all up to taste. They chose to remove the red Leica symbol and instead have the Leica name engraved in the top plate of the camera. I guess this would be useful if you wanted to be incognito on the street and not have everyone know that you're packing a three thousand plus camera. In 2012 Leica released one of their most unique cameras ever, the Leica M9 Monochrom. Though this camera shares the M9 title it really is a completely new camera. It has a black and white only sensor, meaning that you will only be able to capture black and white images. One might rightly ask why in god’s name you would ever want a camera that could only shoot in black and white, when I could always just convert my images to black and white in post-production. Well seeing that the sensor is made purely to shoot in black and white it actually means that it has a much more nuanced tonal spectrum, so it has a lot more tone between true white and true black. Also having a sensor that only shoots black and white actually increases sharpness, meaning that though the camera still only has 18mp the final images will actually look sharper than those coming out of the M9. The Leica M-E (TYP 220) that was originally released in 2012 is basically a less expensive M9 but with a grey gun metal build, the sensor, setting and general offering are all the same. The Leica M (TYP 240) which makes the jump from the 18MP CCD sensor to a 24MP cemos censor. It also features the availability to shoot video for the first time. The Leica M-P (TYP 240) is basically the same as the camera I just talked about but with slightly tweaked aesthetics and a slightly bigger buffer for shooting rapid fire images. The Leica M-Monochrom (TYP 246) is basically an updated M9 Monochrome with a 24MP black and white only cemos and the inclusion of video. As one might assume, the video is black and white only as well. The Leica M (TYP 262) which seemed to signal Leica’s transition back to the basics. The cameras build for the TYP 262 was a lot slicker, the menus were made a lot less cluttered and complex and the video function had once again been removed. Lastly we have the Leica newest digital installment in their m series, the Leica M-D (TYP 262). This camera is quite unique. It is basically the same interworking of any modern Leica, with a 24mp cemos sensor etc. but this time the Leica developers have removed the back LCD screen and instead placed an old fashioned circular ISO dial. This is an interesting tact for Leica to take. They are obviously trying to appeal to film shooters looking for a digital alternative that will give them a similar shooting experience. Though I think this will work to a certain degree, it is a shame that by removing the LCD they were not able to lower the cost. Apologies for leaving out the Leica M10. When I was looking into buying a digital M and preparing info for this video, the Leica M10 had yet to be released. Here is a bit of information about the camera: it has a 24MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor, a much slimmer profile and build, an ISO Dial on the top of the camera rather than in an internal menu, a clearer viewfinder and better ISO performance across the board.

Leica CL vs Sony alpha a6500

Leica CL vs Sony alpha a6500

It is a quick overview and specs comparison Leica CL vs Sony alpha a6500 ======================================= "Subscribe and Share" for more Videos https://goo.gl/ITeyLu ======================================= *Music Provided by NoCopyrightSounds https://youtu.be/IIrCDAV3EgI Song: Tobu - Candyland

Leica 0 Series vs Leica Dlux 6 vs Leica M Monochrom SAMPLE IMAGES

Leica 0 Series vs Leica Dlux 6 vs Leica M Monochrom SAMPLE IMAGES

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