My XVario related interview. Leica Camera AG

Discussion in 'Leica X Forum' started by XVARIOR, Apr 11, 2014.

  1. XVARIOR

    XVARIOR Leica Place Regular

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  2. carlb

    carlb Leica Place Top Veteran Subscribing Member

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    Rodrigue, congrats on the interview. Well deserved!

    On the X Vario, it's by far my favorite camera too. Just wish I had more images from it of the caliber that you take - no there's nothing wrong with the camera, heh!
     
  3. XVARIOR

    XVARIOR Leica Place Regular

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    thanks Carl, appreciate your feedback. The XV is a camera that invites the user to always be taking pictures with. Glad you're enjoying it.
     
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  4. Mijo

    Mijo Leica Place Veteran

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    Congrats on the interview! I read that blog regularly, it's cool to see a forum member featured.
     
  5. Brian

    Brian Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Apr 3, 2013
    They certainly have good taste in photographers.
     
  6. ajramirez

    ajramirez Leica Place Veteran

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    Antonio
    Wonderful interview. Congratulations!
     
  7. BBW

    BBW Leica Place Regular

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    Rodrigue, I've been following your work with the XVario on various forums, as well as on your blog and am not surprised at all by Leica Camera AG's running a story about your and your experiences - and photos. I really enjoyed the piece and, as always, your pictures - of course!
     
  8. asiafish

    asiafish Leica Place All-Pro

    Aug 9, 2013
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    Andrew
    Everything I see from the XVario makes me think it may just be the idea travel camera. Sure, I would prefer a 24-50 f/2.8, but its likely they wouldn't be able to match the IQ with a faster lens even of reduced zoom range.

    I just got back from a trip to Europe where I used both a Canon 6D and 24-105 f/4 and a Sony RX100 m2. The Canon with its 24mm end and outstanding high-ISO was exceptionally versatile, but damn that thing got heavy by the end of the day. If I had it to do again, I'd probably have bought an M9 and brought it with the 24/3.8 Elmar and 50/2 Summircon, kept the RX100 in a pocket and still been significantly lighter than just the 6D and its zoom. An XVario would also make a suitable 6D replacement, though I did find myself shooting architecture mostly at 24mm.
     
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