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  1. Nice one! Which one is it?
  2. Aber ist da nicht das Problem der fp (und der fpL), dass die schnellste Blitzsyncronzeit offiziell bei nur 1/60 liegt?
  3. Lucky you, not sure if that will be true for everyone, regardless if Leica user or not 🙃
  4. Thanks so much for all of your input, help and advice! This is great!
  5. Do you see any ‚major‘ disadvantages of the Summilux vs. the APO Summicron? Is it significant softer wide open or more proun to purple finging? and don‘ get me wrong, i am not looking for complaints or wanna complain, I am seriously thinking to use my M-lenses on potential SL, since I am not sure yet if i will stay within the M system or switch towards SL, but need to watch close on my budget, therefore native SL lenses are out of reach for the next time period...
  6. Thanks for the links above, but I am not 100% convinced that they behave the same on SL as on M, or am totally wrong?
  7. Champs, what are your opinion on manual M mount lens on a SL (or SL2)? I am torn between the much more expensive M-50mm/2 Summicron APO or the classic recent M-50mm/1.4 Summilux - which one to choose? Is APO really required or does the Summilux does the job to 90% - since you are manually focusing and introducing more "nailing the focus" (even with focus peaking and the excellent viewfinder on both SL/ SL2) errors which "overlay" the last few percentage of the better quality Summicron APO? I was trying to scan thru the SL (SL2) picture thread, but it was hard to find enough APO S
  8. Cool! Sounds nearly to good to be true 😉
  9. Thanks folks! Well of course you can always crop better in post, but if you prefer to align and compose during the shot a native crop displayed in the viewfinder or LCD screen is much more helpful, like on the SL.
  10. Hi folks, what are the available aspect ratios within the CL for photos? 3:2 / 4:3 / 16:9 , what bout 1:1 or even 3:1 Sorry, but I couldn't find any clear infos within the tech/ manual pdf on the Leica site. Thanks!!
  11. Folks I need you help, hopefully you can help me out 😉 I had the opportunity to test the Leica SL2-S and liked quite well. During the test shots I discovered the different aspect ratios the camera is offering for stills (photos) like 3:2, 4:3, 16:9, 5:7, 1:1 and even 3:1 what I really like! (reminds me of the old XPAN Fuji/ Hasselblad format 2,708:1 / 65:24) - which are natively supported thru the viewfinder/ LCD display and stored as native JPEGS (with the full resolution RAWs) So my question is now to all the SL and SL2 users: Is 3:1 available there as well? Because that would
  12. Ok, thanks! I thought so, but I wasn't sure if I might be too blind to find it, thanks for the clarification.
  13. Question about the capture settings at the camera: I was trying to find the information within the T/ TL/ TL2 or CL manual (PDF) but didn't find it in any of them: Is it possible to set the aspect ratio for taking pictures within the camera? In other words to change it from 3:2 to 16:9 or 1:1? And more important to have the live view and preview of the capturing images at the changed aspect ratio? I couldn't find anything about it, all the pixel by pixel numbers mentioned in the manuals are always relate to the classic 3:2 aspect ratio.
  14. Sorry to ask, but is there a way for remotely trigger the capturing of an image via USB and Software on the M262, or is it only possible via traditional wire cable release?
  15. Hi folks, sorry to ask, but the Leica website is not clear enough about it and i do not have a M262. I am wondering if the multifunction handgrip can be used with the M262 (the normal one, with display, essentially the M9/ ME succesor)? And if yes will i then be able to do tethered shooting? Because that is what i am looking for, a solution for tethered shooting with the M262 (potential buy if that could work). Thanks a lot in advance! Best regards,
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