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  1. Hallo allerseits, seit ca. 2 Monaten bin ich stolzer Besitzer einer M10 Ich bin sehr verunsichert, da in der ColorFoto ein Test der M10 war wo die ooc jpg´s als blas und wenig detailliert beschrieben wurden. Bisher konnte ich diesen unterschied selber nicht wahrnehmen! Das Einziege was ich sehen konnte ist, dass die Farben in DNG viel "knalliger" sind. Hat hier vielleicht einer eine Ahnung ob es stimmt, dass die jpg´s aus der M 10 nichts taugen? Als leihe habe ich zunächst alle Fotos in DNG geschossen und in Mac OSX "Foto" gespeichert. Seit ca. 3 Wochen habe ich die Kamera auf DNG + JPG gleichzeitig gestellt und musste feststellen, dass die OOC JPG´s aus der M10 sich erheblich von den DNG´s unterscheiden. Da mir die Farbabstimmung der JPG´s besser gefällt als die DNG´s versuche ich nun in Lightroom die DNG´s in den gleichen look wie die ooc jpg aus der M10 zu bekommen. Leider nur mit mäßigem erfolg.... mache ich etwas Falsch? Ist es überhaupt möglich die DNG´s in den selben look wie die ooc jpg´s zu bringen? Vielen Lieben Dank im Voraus für eure tips.
  2. I'm using Sony 64 GB cards Type 10 transfer rate 95mb/sec. When shooting DNG files the buffer fills up in 3 Sec (33 DNG Files) However it takes over 50sec to write all the images to the card.. I recently bought a Lexar 2000X SD XC II card transfer speed 300mb/sec It still takes over 50sec to write all the images to the card?? Slot 1 or II no difference. It seems that the SL is not able to 3see" the difference in this two card despite the Lexar card being on the approved list of compatible cards Is any one else using this cards? or getting better results with different cards?
  3. I'm a bit of a newcomer here and on the Q; I'm interested in the idea that, at least in some cases, it'll be useful to get back the large unused part in the DNG originals (more than 100 pixels each side, although way less in the vertical direction, IIRC). I am not an user of Lightroom, but I tried installing the bundled version, just to discover its default processing of the DNG eliminates these "edges", but maybe an experienced user will tell me how to recover them... In the meanwhile I'm playing with Graphic Converter on OSX, RawTherapee and Darktable : each of them perfecly "see the edges", each one has its lens barrel compensation tricks... Which one do you use, or would you recommend? Below, two pics, the first one being the automated jpeg produced in-camera, the second a crop from the (even larger) DNG image when opened in Graphic Converter (and then barrel-compensated and curves-corrected -a very poor result indeed that you'll pardon me) OK, I couldn't attach both files within this post without significant loss (I'm probably not wise enough); here are two urls: the 'simple jpeg' the larger DNG, processed and cropped in GC TIA! Hervé
  4. Dear fellow Leica Q users, I have updated my Leica Q to v2.0 as most of you did already. The problem is, I am importing DNG files with Apple SD Card adapter to my 6s+ since the WIFI app is not compatible yet. But the DNG files does not show in Photos app nor in Lightroom Mobile (registered user). This RAW compability is restricted to ipad users only or may I use this on my iphone as well? Thanx in advance.
  5. Das DNG File im Photoshop CS6 ist nicht wie im Lightroom CC. Im CS6 scheinen die Q-Files umkorrigiert. Es heisst lediglich eingebettet. Weiss jemand warum? Die Adobe Raw Engine sollte eigentlich dieselbe sein, also sollte die Q-Files doch auch gleich aussehen. Wie ist das im PS CC?
  6. I just updated my Leica Q article with samples of the colors before and after the implementation of the new Camera Raw 9.1.1. that now supports Leica Q. The Lightroom profile has just been updated today, so that changes things quite a bit. Also the issue with wrong Kelvin values has been fixed. http://www.overgaard.dk/Leica-Q-Hemingway-digital-rangefinder-.html
  7. For those interested, I took a look inside of a M246 DNG: Version number shows as 1.0.0.4 - I'm told that this is production firmware DNG version shows as 1.3, and "backward version" as 1.1 - this is as expected. There are no DNG opcodes, etc. This is just a basic vanilla DNG that should be compatible with most software. It works "out of the box" with current versions of all of AccuRaw, AccuRaw Monochrome and PhotoRaw. There are only two slight surprises: Firstly, the file is only 12 bit. Actually, with a white level of 3750, true bit depth is slightly less than 12-bits. This is lower than the 14 bits of the original M Monochrom, although in practice its very unlikely that anyone will notice a difference. Secondly, there are a few EXIF string fields that aren't properly terminated. This isn't usually a problem as most software will still be able to correctly read the fields, but it's kind of sloppy work by Leica. Sandy
  8. Interested to note that the DNGS available to download from here: http://www.photographyblog.com/reviews/leica_cl_review show up as over 43MB files. This compares with the M10 files which show as around 22MB. I also note that the CL files are 6000x4000 and the M10 files are 5976x3922. Given the APS-C camera's smaller sensor, naively I thought that it would produce a smaller file than the M10 despite having the same nominal resolution. Is anyone able to explain? Having looked at the image quality of the RAW I've taken the plunge and managed to buy the last CL body that Manchester Leica Centre had in stock. I look forward to playing with it over the next few weeks and will post back to the forum.
  9. When shooting with my Leica SL, I often set my crop ratio to square for composition. I the past when I imported my DNG files into Photoshop CC I was able to work with the entire 6000 x 4000 file. And was under the impression that only the JPG was cropped to 1:1. Yesterday while importing some DNG files into Camera Raw CC Version 10.2 the 1:1 cropping was applied to the DNG even though my file shows 6000 x 4000 px. Has anyone got any advise on how to retrieve my full DNG file dimensions? I have found some Adobe plugin for Lightroom CC online to retrieve the crop edges, but do not use Lightroom and prefer Camera Raw for processing my images. Any help will be appreciated.
  10. Hallo Gemeinde, in einem anderen Thread kam eben ein Wunsch auf, mit der SL ein SW-DNG erstellen zu können. Dieser Wunsch an sich ist nachvollziehbar, beißt sich aber m. E. mit dem Zweck eines DNG. Ich schreibe hier also einmal mein Verständnis über das DNG-Format um dann mal interessante Dinge zu lesen/erfahren: DNG - ist ein von Adobe initiiertes Rohdaten-Bildformat (negativ) welches für Anwendersoftware ein kompatibles Bildformat darstellen soll, ohne immerzu irgendwelche firmenspezifischen "Konverter" in die Software aufnehmen zu müssen. DNG soll also die Rohformate der Kamerahersteller (z.B. Canon RAW oder CR2 etc) vielleicht irgendwann "ablösen". Ein Rohformat sollte ohne Konvertierungen und Komprimierungen die vom Sensor "abgebildeten" Pixeldaten (RGB-Intensität) aufzeichnen. Eben vergleichbar mit einem Negativ-Film bei der guten alten analogen Technik. Im Bezug auf farbige Sensoren, wie z.B. bei der SL, bedeutet das eine ausgelesene Spannung der einzelnen RGB-Pixel mit einer "Skalierung" durch eine 32Bit Farbtiefe. Diese hieraus resultierende DNG-Datei enthält also für jeden der 24000000 Pixel einen Wert der Farbe und Intensität. Hierin sind keine Veränderungen von Kontrasten, Rauschen, Sensorgrößen, Schärfe, Farbmodi, Weißabgleich etc. gespeichert. Man nimmt nun dieses "Negativ" und kann es in jeder Software in eine neue Datei (z.B. JPG) umwandeln, hierbei an allen möglichen Parametern herumschrauben und das resultierende "entwickelte" Bild nach seinem Geschmack verändern. Alternativ kann dieses auch die Kamera mittels Prozessor und der kamerainternen Software und den jeweiligen JPG-Einstellungen des Benutzers erfolgen. Möchte man nun also ein SW-Negativ haben, geht das m. E. nach nur mit einem Monochrom-Sensor wie in der Monochrom-M von Leica. Aus einem Farbsensor kommt immer nur ein "Farb-Negativ", alles andere würde ja schon wieder eine Konvertierung nach Software-Parametern benötigen. LG Buggi
  11. Hi, I shoot only RAW (DNG) with my Q, which I acquire a few weeks ago. I am using Photo Mechanic to sort my pictures before using Lightroom to process them. The reason is that PM is much faster for "ingesting" and previewing the pictures. Fast preview is made possible because PM uses the embedded JPEG preview from the DNG file. But when sorting the Q pictures, I had the bad surprise to discover that the quality of the JPEG previews was terrible : when zooming at 100% you definitively lose all the details that you could see in Lightroom. It is really a pain in the butt for sorting pictures, especially when you want to make sure that they are not out of focus or slightly blurry (I have trouble with pictures shot from 1/60 and under that speed with the Q). So I wrote to Camera Bits (PM editor) technical support, and here is their answer : The embedded JPEG in the Leica Q DNG image is very small, only 720×480 (compared to the 6000 × 4000 RAW file) so you definitely won’t get the same quality viewing that embedded JPEG. The one option is to use Adobe’s DNG converter to create a full-size JPEG preview which will give you the same quality as the DNG image. You can use the “Convert RAW TO DNG” option in the top Tools menu to create the full-size JPEG preview as long as you currently have a DNG Converter currently installed on your computer. Also, you will want to uncheck the “Output to Source Folder” option (if you use this tool) in order to avoid getting duplicates of all of your images. This will let you create a new folder of the files with the full-size previews and you can throw away the original folder (or keep it as a back up). I tried this tip : it does work. Ok, but that means I need to add an extra step to my workflow by converting all my DNG into... DNG so that they can include a full size embedded JPEG. How silly is that ? Of course, I can turn on an option in PM to preview direclty the DNG file instead of the JPEG, but then I can say goodbye to the speedy processing. Is there anybody else concerned by the same problem ? Thanks
  12. Can anyone explain this totally bizarre problem which has now wasted me half an hour trying to resolve. Yesterday, I was out taking photos. When importing my files from the M262 memory card a SanDisk Extreme 32GB one of the pictures appearing in thumbnail and in the editing screen is an image I took last October! It should not be there! I have always had a habit of reformatting cards once everything has been downloaded thus this card will probably have been formatted around 10 times since it was bought last year when I bought the camera. What is even more bizarre if I use the windows file browser and view an enlarged icon of the image file or use FastStone Image viewer the file shows up on screen as the image it should be - the one I took yesterday. It will even open correctly into Photoshop Elements. I have removed the wrong image from the Lightroom catalog and resynced but the erroneous image keeps coming back. Does anyone have any idea what is going on here? Thank you John
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