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I have just bought my first Leica (Digilux 3). Anybody knows if it is normal that, once switched on, the camera makes some internal "sound", as if there was some moving element (a little electric engine or something like that)? The noise isn't loud but clearly audible. May be something linked to the AF system? All the rest of the camera seems to work perfectly. Thanks a lot in advance to who finds time to answer.
Has anyone tried this device with a Lumix L1 or Digilux 3, specifically with the Leica D lens family? Does it work, does it support OIS and other electronic features of the D Lens, etc? Please share what you know about this. I have contacted Olympus and will post their reply if it is of any significance.
I'm wondering what people are hoping for in a replacement for the Digilux 3? For me I would like to see a reduction in body and lens size, larger sensor, exceptional low light performance, and an array of prime lenses. I feel there would be a large demand for a camera system which was compact, rugged, competitively priced. My experience with the Digilux 3 has been great! But the size can be improved. My major disappointment with it is that I purchased it feeling that Leica was going to make a large selection of lenses for it. Specifically, I really enjoy using wide angle summicron lenses, so was really expecting them to make a 28 and 35mm equivalent. I am excited to see what they will be coming out with next. Would love to see one that has a full frame sensor, uses r lenses or its own compact line, and is sized along the Digilux 2. Perhaps there is room for an R10 and a baby brother, much like Canon has created in the 1Ds Mark III and the 5D Mark II. I would love to have an R10, but am concerned the price point may be out of my reach at the moment. I miss the days of film when image quality was more based on lens and film used vs sensor lens combination... Leica has made some smart decisions lately. I hope they are putting some attention into the gap between the D Lux 4 and the M8.2-R10 price range. Are their any others out there craving a compact system camera with exceptional image quality, prime lenses, and a more affordable price? Perhaps something similar in size to the Contax G2 System? What would you like to see?