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Compared to an X2 Now, when comparing to the X2, I think here we have some real reasons to be happy. The X Vario is faster, more responsive, and has the added flexibility of a zoom lens. The new image processing speed is immediately apparent when shooting consecutive frames or just zooming in to an image to check focus. And viewing images on the new LCD is a treat. I use the M system and the S system.
Previously, I used the R system and typically passed on the zooms. I like the X2 see my review here and have never really found the 35mm FOV that restrictive for the style of photography that the X System is well-suited for.
Having a wider perspective is nice. Having a telephoto with close-up capabilities is even nicer. In comparison, with the minimum focus distance of 0. The 75 APO focuses down to 0.
By comparison, the X Vario at 70mm focuses to just 0. Given that while the equivalent focal length is roughly the same, the minimum focus distance is more than halved. The net result is that while the 75 APO on the M does produce smoother bokeh, the X Vario is no slouch and allows for much, much tighter framing.
I encountered a wide variety of subject matter, weather and lighting conditions. There is no option to shoot just RAW, and the switch on time is a little slow.
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Leica X Vario Performance Additional sample photos and product shots are available in the Equipment Databasewhere you can add your own review, photos and product ratings. Colour reproduction is very good, with pleasing skin tones and very good levels of detail, although some may prefer to apply additional sharpening to images for crisper results, either by adjusting the sharpness in camera or in image processing software. The closest focus distance of 30cm at the telephoto end limits macro photography slightly and if you try and focus this close when shooting at the wider end of the lens, the camera advises you to set the lens to telephoto.
Excellent manual focus experience. Includes Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Big lens offsets compact body design. No optical Leica X Vario (Typ 107) Camera stabilization. Edges and corners are not tack sharp. Some rolling shutter motion artifacts in video. Performance and Conclusions The X Vario is a pretty snappy performer, and is another sign that Leica is no longer producing digital cameras that are on the slow side.
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It starts and shoots in about 1. The lag can extend a bit if the autofocus system needs to move from one extreme to the other capturing a close object with the focus set at infinity, for example —but at most that took about half a second. In low light the focus is a bit slower, about 1. And even in good light, it is far from quick … Additional thoughts: As mentioned in our first impressions post, switching between the various autofocus modes may help, but the one and only solution is to go all manual. Mind though that when light gets really sparse, the magnified view you get during manual focusing will not show enough detail to properly judge focus. Ease of Use From our first impressions: As should Leica X Vario (Typ 107) Camera evident from the sections on ergonomics and autofocus, the ease of use of the X Vario is a mixed bag.
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