I like the Q2 very much, although it is limiting as compared to my DSLR with typical lenses I’d carry
By: descartes1 : November 4th, 2019-07:26
That said, it is just so much more convenient to bring along with me. (As the saying goes, “The best camera is the one you have with you”).
My only very significant complaint is about the Q2 is the terrible WiFi connectivity via Leica Photos which almost always fails to work and makes me so frustrated I hate the camera at times. At times, I’ve considered returning it because of that.
I shoot exclusively with it now. It is that convenient. I would recommend ( if you are an iPhone guy) getting a micro sad to lightning adapter . I got one on Amazon for $12. Super tiny so it goes in my pocket. If I need to dump photos, it’s quick. I did it less because of WiFi issues and more to save battery life on Q2 when out taking pics.
It’s an awesome camera, except for WiFi connectivity (see comment above). If you plan to use it primarily to take photos that you intend to post on the internet via WiFi I’d probably caution against the Q2. Maybe in the future Leica will work this out, but right now functionality is really bad and frustrating.
The only way to transfer the images of the WiFi is not working is via the memory card
By: descartes1 : November 4th, 2019-12:51
In other words, you have to have a card reader attached to your computer and down load images using that. This is all well and good, but having WiFi and being able to down load to your phone or iPad without wires or having to “plug in” is really convenient (especially when traveling or on the go) and it’s just disappointing that it doesn’t work most of the time. The reviews on the Leica Fotos App really describe this problem quite well.
Ha you’ve been to one of the very best universities in the US if not in the entire world.
Many shout Harvard but Cornell is same if not better especially in engineering fields.
I graduated from the Air Force Academy and just before I left the Airforce I completed an MBA at Oklahoma University. They had special off campus tuition for military only and although not as superb as Cornell, I still carry warm memories of those times long gone by.
Great pictures. Personally those two in the park with the trees losing leaves and those fantastic red and brown colors, speak most to me. Although I understand and agree with one of the other members who responded and wrote you took excellent use of the empty space.
Great photos which comes to show that, next to whatever you graduated in, you must have learned few things about photography as well