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  1. All the images from 2 SD cards disappeared. Both are Delkin. One card is an 32gb SDHC - SD 633x UHS-1 that writes 80mb/s and reads 95mb/s, the other a Black (name of Card) 128gb, UHS-1 SDXC. Both had been formatted in camera - the 128 card with images still on the card from a previous shoot. These are all images I took today at a music festival, and all the images were present when I reviewed them in camera as the day went on. When I tried loading them into Lightroom there was no images in either card. I reloaded the cards into the camera and both cards were empty. My camera was purchased in August and has the latest 1.9.4 firmware. My whole day's work has vanished. Anyone know what the problem might be, and also how to recover the images? Thank you. Roddy Blelloch
  2. 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
  3. Hier ein Interview über die Leica M10, das ich für FotoTV mit Stefan Daniel und Jesko von Oeynhausen geführt habe:
  4. Liebe L F B - Freunde, hiermit laden wir Euch recht herzlich zum 12. Berliner Leica Fotografentreffen am Donnerstag, den 16.02.2017 ab 18:30 Uhr ein. Wir treffen uns wieder im: Restaurant Berliner Hof Hildegardstr. 14 10715 Berlin (Wilmersdorf) http://restaurant-berliner-hof.de/ Wir haben folgende Programmpunkte vorgesehen: Nach langer Zeit mal wieder Streetfotografie: 1. Überraschungsgast ist diesmal ein aufstrebender, junger und talentierter Berliner Streetfotograf 2. Christian Augustin: ca. 15 Min. Druckprobleme 3. Bodo Philipp : Leica M 10 - auch zum testen ! Die Teilnahme ist wie immer kostenlos! Wir haben diesmal wieder eine begrenzte Teilnehmerzahl. Daher meldet Euch bitte ausschließlich per Email (LFB@mail.de) an, wenn Ihr teilnehmen möchtet. In der Reihenfolge der Anmeldungen erhaltet Ihr dann eine Bestätigungsmail als verbindliche Zusage. Anmeldeschluss ist der 14.Februar 2017, 18:00 Uhr, da Klaus dann die verbindliche Teilnehmerzahl dem Berliner Hof mitteilen muss. Grüße Klaus und Cord
  5. The only glitch so far - for some reason neither of my Lexar 633 64GB / 95 MB/s cards are recognised. They worked fine on the SL and M-240. I've reformatted using SD Formatter, but the M10 simply doesn't recognise the card and isn't able to format in camera. Anyone else with similar experiences? My Sandisk 32GB 95 MB/s Extreme Pro work fine. I'll log this with Leica... Possible firmware issue?
  6. I've updated my "The Worlds (Possibly) Longest Camera Review" with a new chapter: "Leica M10 - Expect Simplicity" Enjoy!
  7. So it appears that sometime in January, the M10 will be dropped on the market. If that turns out to be true, the model designation progression from the M9P forward will be (admittedly not necessarily in the correct order) - M Monochrom (18 mp) M240 M-A M-P 240 M-D M typ 262 Monochrom typ 246 (24 mp) - and next we will (apparently) have the M10. Then there's this - if the original naming protocol would have been adhered to, the M10 would have been the M17. I am at a loss to understand why there was the model naming jaunt off into the seven above names. I also fail to understand why the above M camera naming protocol was not adhered to, but was abandoned in favor of returning to the original naming protocol and naming the next new release the M10. Does anyone else understand the thinking behind the two changes in the M camera naming protocol?
  8. Heute stellt Leica Camera mit der Leica M10 eine neue Kamera vor, die sich voll und ganz auf die Messsucherfotografie konzentriert. Alle Infos zur Leica M10: Blog Post zur Leica M10 Technische Daten Leica M10 Leica M10 Review von Jonathan Slack Leica M10 auf einen Blick 24MP CMOS Sensor Verbesserungen bei hohen ISO-Werten und Dynamikumfang ISO 100 - 50.000 Schlankeres Gehäuse mit Leica M7 Abmessungen Zusätzliches ISO Rad Sucher mit größerem Blickfeld, 0,73-facher Vergrößerung und angenehmerem Einblick
  9. Leica today introduces the new Leica M10, completely dedicated to rangefinder photography. All about the new Leica M10 Blog Post about Leica M10 Leica M10 Review by Jonathan Slack Technical Data Leica M10 Leica M10 at a glance: 24MP CMOS Sensor Improvement in high ISO and dynamic range ISO 100 - 50.000 Slimmer body, approx. Leica M7 size Additional ISO dial Viewfinder with bigger field of view, 0.73 magnification more convenient to use
  10. Here are some videos and reviews about the new Leica M10 (I'm sure you already read Jono's Leica M10 review in our blog...) I start with two videos from the Leica Event on January 18th: Leica CEO Oliver Kaltner about the “Celebration of Photography” and the Leica M10 Kai Wong (Ex Digital Rev) BTW - here is his new Youtube channel
  11. Hier einige Videos und Reviews zur neuen Leica M10 (Jonos Leica M10 Review im Blog habt ihr sicher schon gelesen...) Ich fange mal mit zwei Videos vom Leica Event am 18. Januar an Leica CEO Oliver Kaltner zur “Celebration of Photography” und der Leica M10 Kai Wong (Ex Digital Rev) BTW - hier ist sein neuer Youtube channel
  12. Only a month after the release of the Leica M10, the German camera manufacturer has published a firmware version 1.3.4.0. In addition to improvements in usability and stability Leica has also fixed some minor bugs. » Leica M10 FW v.1.3.4.0 Download Here an overview of all improvements: The color-coding of the SD-Card and battery status bars has been changed. The color of the status bar now changes from green to yellow to red as the battery is depleted or the SD card is filled. Two favorites pages allowed It is now possible to choose up to 15 menu items for the favorites menu. If more than 7 are chosen, a second favorites page will be automatically added. Quick access to the main menu and page-by-page scrolling using the menu button Pushing the menu button while in the last page of favorites will open the first page of the main menu. It is possible to scroll through the main menu page-by-page using the menu button. Auto Review Screen Target selectable In the menu item EVF/display control it is now possible to choose from “Auto”, “EVF” or “Display” to determine which screen the Auto Review function uses by default. “M-ISO" can be accessed directly from the favorites menu In “Edit Favorites” it is possible to enable a shortcut to “M-ISO” for the favorites menu Shorter blackout time after capturing in Live view The time when the Live View stream is interrupted after a picture is taken is significantly shorter now. This is most noticeable when Auto Review is turned off. » Leica M10 FW v.1.3.4.0 Download
  13. 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

  14. 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

  15. 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

  16. 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

  17. CLK

    Engine Co #56

    From the album: Two Days in Washington DC

    Volunteer firefighters responding to a call on 9th St NW

    © CLK Photography

  18. 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

  19. 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

  20. 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

  21. 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
  22. 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
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