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  1. - NEW: Compatible with the new Leica FOTOS iOS / Android app - NEW: QR Code for all Leica Cameras - NEW: 1-Click Connection with FN-button, WLAN starts without submenus on FN-button - NEW: Fixed WLAN name and password, no submenus for setting name and password - NEW: No submenus for mode settings, no submenus for setting a connection mode Download: https://en.leica-camera.com/Corposite/Service-Support/Support/Downloads?category=93710&subcategory=139034&type=108942&language=93871
  2. Hey guys, is it frowned upon using the live view of the M10? Isn´t buying a Leica M, because of the range finder? Or does that all not matter and it´s all about the photos? Would love to have a little discussion about it. Keep it kind, guys. I know this can be controversial, but um honestly curious what Leica Users think about it.
  3. From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    The Yards sponsored this event, designed to draw more patrons to the over 30 restaurants and attractions this relatively small area has to offer. Here we see two couples competing against each other in giant Connect Four. My wife and I played Corn Hole and a giant game of Jenga (which lasted until our tower was almost 5' tall!)

    © CLK Photography

  4. From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    An urban alleyway right in front of the SE DC Harris Teeter. Condo dweller's fenced-in backyards lie just beyond the raised planters.

    © CLK Photography

  5. CLK

    D minor / A root

    From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    This young man graced NW DC with his Latin-inspired covers of recent popular hits. As a musician myself I always love to hear live music, especially when played from the heart on an acoustic guitar

    © CLK Photography

  6. From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    This young man graced NW DC with his Latin-inspired takes on recent pop hits. As a musician myself I always love to hear live music, especially when played from the heart on an acoustic guitar

    © CLK Photography

  7. CLK

    Engine Co #56

    From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    Volunteer firefighters responding to a call on 9th St NW

    © CLK Photography

  8. From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    Transportation Walk, the pathway right next to the DOT headquarters in SE DC. It features a few installations like this one, that highlight different transportation-related items. This is my favorite, a collection of vintage bicycles from the 1930's. It's amazing to me how little noise the M10 produces, even at ISO6400, which is where I was shooting due to lateness of the hour. This picture is almost magical to me.

    © CLK Photography

  9. From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    This is the façade of the Department of Transportation headquarters in SE Washington DC. DOT moved here in 2007. The color scheme really pairs well with the surrounding waterfront area.

    © CLK Photography

  10. From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    These gorgeous hydrangeas are grown in the outdoor eating area in front of Agua301, a modern Mexican restaurant situated on the SE DC Waterfront. My wife loves hydrangeas and I thought this would be an awesome picture to take for her!

    © CLK Photography

  11. I find it a bit difficult to nail the focus when using the APO 50mm on my M10. Even on a tripod with the shutter speed on 1/125, the f-stop at 5.6 and the portrayed person 3-4 meters from the camera it seems hard to nail the focus, even though i'm 100% the object is dead on focus in my viewfinder. The problem occours both with the built in optical viewfinder and also with the electronical Visoflex viewfinder. I thought the days with back focusing problems were gone, but can it be the combination is "suffering" from back focus? Could it be some other misalignment? Or could the combination just be badly calibrated?
  12. Hallo Zusammen. Ich habe einen Gastartikel, ehrlich gesagt zwei und zwei folgen noch, zum Thema "(Reise)Fotografie mit Stil" auf www.fratuschi.com geschrieben. Dieser Artikel bezieht sich auf meine Lieblingskameras von Leica: https://fratuschi.com/leica-m-kamera/ Da es sich hierbei nicht um die üblichen Reviews und Erfahrungsberichte handelt, sondern eher um eine humorvolle Auseinandersetzung mit dem manchmal zu verbissen betrachtetem schönsten Hobby der Welt, dachte ich der Artikel würde vielleicht einige von euch interessieren. Wenn nicht, oder wenn ich gegen die Foren-Regeln verstoße, dann bitte ich um Entschuldigung und werde eine Löschung dieses Postings in demütiger Haltung erdulden. Mehr Spaß hat man übrigens, wenn man den ersten der vierteiligen Artikelserie (es folgt noch die Hasselblad X1D, die hier vermutlich eh keinen interessiert und das weite Feld der Kamera-Accessoires), zuerst liest: https://fratuschi.com/reisefotografie-in-style-stilvolle-tipps/ Viele Grüße und viel Spaß beim lesen. Audemar
  13. Two photos from my recent trip to Russia. Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, Moscow, taken with Leica M10 with 24mm Elmar Church cleaner, Sergiev Posad, taken with Leica M10 with WATE More to be seen here http://macfilos.com/photo/2018/4/26/russia-a-tale-of-two-cities-and-great-deal-of-culture William
  14. Ladies and gents, I searched the net since quite some time for experiences and examples that demonstrate the performance and quality of Leica M10 or SL files for large printing. With large prints I mean sizes up to 150cm (60") on the long side. There are lots of comparisons and reviews between cameras of different makes, e.g. between SL and Hasselblad X1D, but they concentrate mainly on usability or spec-sheet resolution etc. They don't say anything about the final product, which is the print. Print quality from files of a particular camera is nearly never mentioned or discussed. I would like to ask the community here for experiences with printing large from Leica full frame cameras such as M10, SL, 240 or even M9. I know, many of the answers will state "quality is subjective", "depends on viewing distance" or "depends on expectation", etc. But maybe this thread is able to shed some more light on people's experience. I'm sure there must be some prints out there of such sizes. Did you send your SL or M images for example to services such as whitewall.com to produce such large prints? Do you print yourself? How do M or SL files hold up in a 40x60" print? Are they totally inferior to a print from digital medium format... ? Cheers, Peter
  15. Ladies and gents, I searched the net since quite some time for experiences and examples that demonstrate the performance and quality of Leica M10 or SL files for large printing. With large prints I mean sizes up to 150cm (60") on the long side. There are lots of comparisons and reviews between cameras of different makes, e.g. between SL and Hasselblad X1D, but they concentrate mainly on usability or spec-sheet resolution etc. They don't say anything about the final product, which is the print. Print quality from files of a particular camera is nearly never mentioned or discussed. I would like to ask the community here for experiences with printing large from Leica full frame cameras such as M10, SL, 240 or even M9. I know, many of the answers will state "quality is subjective", "depends on viewing distance" or "depends on expectation", etc. But maybe this thread is able to shed some more light on people's experience. I'm sure there must be some prints out there of such sizes. Did you send your SL or M images for example to services such as whitewall.com to produce such large prints? Do you print yourself? How do M or SL files hold up in a 40x60" print? Are they totally inferior to a print from digital medium format... ? Cheers, Peter
  16. Armed with the Leica M10, a handful of US Dollars and my fedora hat I landed in Cuba and made this story and some photos. Enjoy! http://overgaard.dk/Leica-M10-digital-rangefinder-camera-page-02-Leica-M10-goes-to-Cuba.html
  17. An SF 40 I purchased used is unreliable. It will no longer flash after a few days of light use - died during an afternoon Thanksgiving celebration. Fortunately, I had a Canon EOS 5D mk IV and 430EX III-RT flash to use for flash pictures. But it was very frustrating that the M10 and its TTL flash didn't keep working. Everything lights up and the head zooms manually, but no flash, either from an M10's trigger or the open flash button (the LED ready light). Changed batteries to a freshly-charged set when I got home - still doesn't flash, even though the LEDs light up So bottom line - SF 40 may NOT be up to professional standards of durability, and you may want to avoid it for TTL flash with Leica. Admittedly this flash was (lightly) used, but it's still disappointing. Seems like the company with the best optics in the world has only unreliable TTL flash. I used to use a Metz 32MZ-3 / SCA 3501 for TTL flash with an M6 TTL and M7. It worked great on those cameras, but doesn't work with the M10 (or my old M8). And used Canon 430EX version 1 speedlites have been rock-solid on many commercial shoots. Just seems like Leica can't get its flash act together. *** Does anyone have any suggestions for a reliable TTL flash for the M10? ***
  18. I've seen this with the other Leica cameras i have as well, and it's the same with my new M10. How do i force my M10 to start image numbering from 0 and not continue from the number that last was written to the card (even though it came from another Leica)?
  19. Here is a review of the excellent Classic Case for the Leica M10 which is made in Scotland by Paul Glendell. Paul also provided a magnificent strap to go with the case. http://macfilos.com/photo/2017/10/23/classic-case-of-scotch-quality-cover-for-leicas-m10 William
  20. I have posted this in the Collectors and Historica Forum, but I felt that M10 users might also be interested, so I am posting here as well. These are not scientific comparisons or tests. I just wanted to see how the output from a 91 year old Leica camera stood up against that from the 'latest and greatest' from the company. http://macfilos.com/...-90-years-apart I believe that the older camera shows up very well here. Comments are welcome, even from 'pixel peepers'. William
  21. These are not scientific comparisons or tests. I just wanted to see how the output from a 91 year old Leica camera stood up against that from the 'latest and greatest' from the company. http://macfilos.com/photo/2017/10/23/a-tale-of-two-leicas-90-years-apart I believe that the older camera shows up very well here. Comments are welcome, even from 'pixel peepers'. William
  22. Some AGM photos, here plus lots more shots of the city of Chicago. It was a wonderful event in a wonderful city. http://macfilos.com/photo/2017/10/23/chicago-gallery-leica-society-of-america William
  23. Hello. I would ask for opinions. Which is a better aplication for processing exclusively and only Leica M dng files (Leica MD, Leica M10)? 70% is a conversion to black and white, 30% in collor. I would ask for your experience and opinions between two applications, LIGHTROOM and CAPTURE ONE. Which gives better end results and why? It's only for Leica M files and not files of other camera brands. Thank you very much. Best regards.
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