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  1. Has anyone checked out the new Peak Design Leash strap with an M10. The camera attachments are now smaller to get through the camera lugs. I like the concept and the company quotes that the loops are very strong however I've just got that niggle in the back of my mind. Regards, Les
  2. Wie sind denn Eure Erfahrungen mit der Akkulaufzeit? Auch, wie sich die Verwendung des Visoflex auswirkt. Mich würde interessieren, wie sich die M10 im Vergleich zur doch recht schwachbrüstigen M9 schlägt. Auf Urlaubsreisen reicht bei mir eine Akkuladung gerade mal einen Tag, wenn man die Aufnahmen öfters mal hinsichtl. Clipping/Ausschnitt/Schärfe kontrolliert (insgesamt wohl nicht mehr als 120-200 Aufnahmen). Danke.
  3. Hello Forum Members, I'm hoping someone can answer a simple question for me. For those of you lucky enough to have received your M10 can you please confirm whether it is shipped with a generic warranty card inside? I know that I used to get them for my Leica products but I recently sold my M10 and the buyer is giving me grief that there is no warranty card. I certainly never removed the card and am wondering if there is such a thing anymore. Just checked my Q box and no card was present. Watched some unboxing videos and saw no evidence of a warranty card. Has this processed now moved to be 100% online? Can one of you please check to see if you received a warranty card before I decide on next steps. Thanks so much, Jeff
  4. I used a finder in my M10 for the first time yesterday, the finder was a snug fit, normal I'd say compared to my other M's when I inserted it to the hot shoe. When I finished snapping, I put my camera with the finder attached into my bag. When I got home I noticed that the finder had dropped out of the hot-shoe. Now it seems the hot shoe is out of tolerance, the black plastic insert that came with the camera as well as my other finders are all loose to the point where they'll just slide out. When looking at the hot shoe it seems normal, compared to my other cameras. I can't imagine that it would be possible to bend the hot shoe flanges without applying significant force - the bag wasn't out of my sight all afternoon so I'm certain that didn't happen. Have any other M10 users experienced anything similar? and if so, what was the fix? I've only had the camera for a few weeks and I'm reluctant to send it off for repair after waiting for so long. Many thanks
  5. Just got the M10 on Fri. and it seems like in a few shots with highlights that are 2-3 stops over clip I get these bands that bleed out from them as dark lines. (Yes I know I'm not supposed to overexpose that much but sometimes there are 18K's pointed at windows, and I do have lower exposed frames that are fine). I read a thread earlier suspecting that this was the highlights bleeding into the black balance area because of an improper sensor seal. So is this just an M10 thing or do I need to demand a replacement? Other than that I'm smitten with the camera!
  6. OK, I'll admit it I'm a bit nutty for Summicrons. I have the 35mm ASPH the 50mm classic and the recently I found a 40mm (from the CL) for a measly $450 on fleabay. OK you say, why? You have two perfectly good lenses that actually have matching frame lines on your M10. There are two very good reasons I can come up with, the first is size. The lens is downright diminutive. It takes the M10 from small mirrorless to large point and shoot. It's now suitable for stuffing in a Billingham Aeva 5 pouch and throwing on a belt even for casual nights out or chasing the kids around the playground. Number 2 is it's actually a spectacular little lens with all the character and sharpness you could ever ask for. I'm actually finding it perfect for environmental portraiture and general street pics. It's also well suited to making multiple image panorama stitches with it's natural perspective. More than anything though it's just a pretty lens and it can do about 80% of the job of both a 35mm and a 50mm as well as have it's own character. OK so how do you frame it? Honestly it's not hard, the 50mm frame lines come up with it attached and I just imagine the frame is just outside those lines and I'm pretty close. For those instances where precise framing is necessary I always have live view. lastly I have great little Minolta double asphere close up diopter that I've adapted and this makes the little 40mm perfect for certain macro shots (especially watches and camera gear).
  7. Hallo, Weis hier jemand ob es eine Möglichkeit gibt in der App ( Iphone ) alle Fotos zu markieren um diese herunterladen zu können? Bis jetzt muss ich jedes Foto einzeln markieren und dann kann ich alle herunterladen. Das ist super umständlich, gerade wenn es viele aufnahmen sind.
  8. I am greatly enjoying using the Leica M10. For me, it is the nicest handling digital M yet. I like taking wide-angle shots at vintage and classic car shows with some of my favourite lenses such as the 16-18-21mm Wide Angle Tri-Elmar (WATE) and the 24mm Elmar. At the recent Irish Classic and Vintage Motor Show I gave both of these lenses an outing on the M10. I tested both lenses in advance with the 'Frankenfinder' optical multi-finder and 'Visoflex' EVF for the M10 and I decided to go with the optical finder as the frame-lines enabled framing to avoid too many other spectators getting in the photos. My favourite combination was, in fact, the 24mm Elmar with the optical finder which has a setting for 24mm lenses. I like the EVF, but I prefer rangefinder focussing and also the use of frame-lines for wide-angle shots, so the EVF stayed in the bag for the car show. An article showing some photos taken with the M10 at the car show is here: http://macfilos.com/photo/2017/7/17/leica-m10-meets-the-motoring-stars-of-yesteryear I would be interested to hear from anyone who has used the WATE or 24mm Elmar with either the 'Frankenfinder' or the EVF on the M10. William
  9. Does anyone know if it's possible to GPS tag images by using a smartphone's GPS? In theory it should be: M10 connected to iphone via Bluetooth iPhone sends GPS info to M10 M10 adds this to the exif of each image I bought the EVF solely for GPS; but now I'm thinking of returning it, because it blocks the shutter dial partially, and just isn't in line with how a rangefinder is supposed to be used (and I would never use the EVF), in my opinion. But connecting through a smartphone makes sense and is far more elegant.
  10. Liebe L F B - Freunde, hiermit laden wir Euch recht herzlich zum 15. Berliner Leica Fotografen Treffen am Freitag den 15.09.2017 ab 18:30 Uhr ein. Wir treffen uns wieder im: Restaurant Berliner Hof Hildegardstr. 14 10715 Berlin (Wilmersdorf) http://restaurant-berliner-hof.de/ Wir bieten einen Foto Vortrag an: Cord Müller : Ein Langzeitprojekt deutscher Bratwurstimbissanhänger und eine Hardware Entwicklung: Andreas Neubauer: Kamera / Sensor - Reinigung. Absaugen anstatt ausblasen Andreas wird eine Eigenentwicklung einer Absaugung ( kleine Pumpe) vorstellen ! Meldet Euch bitte per Mail (LFB@mail.de) an, wenn Ihr teilnehmen möchtet. In der Reihenfolge der Anmeldungen erhaltet Ihr dann eine Bestätigungsmail als verbindliche Zusage. Sollte jemand kurzfristig verhindert sein, so ruft mich bitte an oder mailt an den LFB und sagt ab, damit andere nachrücken können. Meldeschluss ist der 13.September 2017, bis 18:00 Uhr, da ich dann die verbindliche Teilnehmerzahl melden muss. Nach der Terminbestätigung der Eurofighter Geschwader Fotografie am 20.09.2017 habe ich die Nachricht bekommen, das wir ca. 10 Tage vorher über die genaue Uhrzeit informiert werden. Leider ist es nicht früher möglich, da die Flugpläne dann erstellt werden. Ich informiere Euch sofort. Es wäre schön wenn alle Teilnehmer des Eurofighter Events am LFB Treffen teilnehmen könnten, damit wir uns abstimmen können, u.a. über die An / und Abfahrt. Liebe Grüße Klaus und Cord
  11. I picked up my M10 today (happy as a child), but got annoyed during the unpacking of the camera. De plastic foil protecting the cover plate as kinda attached to it. And with attached I mean it literally. When I removed it, the plastic came of, but the glue not so much. Nothing a bit of warm water and mild detergent couldn't solve (no pun intended). The attached photo shows the problem. Everything shiny is the glue. Anyone else experienced this? I reported it to the dealer, and they said they would take it up the chain.
  12. Just a short two and a half months ago I purchased my first Leica (M10) and haven't looked back. Never in my lifetime have I made such a sizable purchase AND not feel an ounce of buyer's remorse - the experience has been that good. Even though I am no photographer I do understand that the M10 is like any other tool: it has its primary applications and was designed to do certain things well, not all things well. So the question is: if you own the M10, do you pair it with another body when you travel? If you do, which one(s) and what are your reasons for doing so?
  13. I posted these two pictures in the Summaron-M f/5.6 28mm thread and several people liked the first one better. First, this is a restaurant called Da Conch Shack on Providenciales, an island in Turks & Caicos. The man in both pictures is the same waiter. (I used the new Sumaron-28 and the M10). At first, when I examined in Lightroom the pictures shot that day, I instantaneously selected the second picture as the one to process, like selecting a frame from a contact sheet of a roll of 35mm film. After that I went on to process the first picture, which I liked less. However, when deciding which picture to post to my flickr site, I selected the first picture because I thought viewers would like it more because, overall, it's a pleasing composition in terms of balance, the top window not being cut off, and giving more of what people often call a "sense of place" — it is also a prettier scene: I'm using the word "prettier" intentionally here. Nevertheless, I kept on looking at the second picture and continued to feel that it's a better photograph: a more dynamic composition, and I liked the oranges in the sand, at the bottom of the frame, against the blues in the image; but, most strikingly, I liked the gesture of the tree matching the gesture of the man, "gesture" in the sense of attitude, as in a "gesture drawing." For me, the second image says more and says it more forcefully — more meaning and more expression. In this sense, the chair in the left bottom foreground I see helpful rather than, as many might feel, unneeded. Generally, my feeling is that, in judging images, our instantaneous first choice is, in most cases, likely to be the right one — the right one for ourselves, that is. Which picture do you prefer, and why? _______________ Alone in Bangkok essay on BURN Magazine
  14. I am not sure if this is lack of my knowledge but in the setup I defined metering mode as follows: INFO summary displays: ... what suggests that I rather defined "Center-weighted" than "Spot". Any ideas?
  15. A couple of frames from downtown San Antonio. Leica M10 + 50 cron.
  16. The 24MP images were scaled (bicubic smoother) to match the 42MP of the Sony so that any differences would be obvious. Identical sharpening was added in RAW conversion on output. This represents a 200% view. So resolution wise I see A7rII>M10>A9. The M10 seems to have absolutely no AA filter and is prone to a little moire, but it’s easily fixable in ACR/Lightroom. However it's coming amazingly close to the rII with nearly 2x the photosites. The rII seems to have a weak AA filter, so moire is visible only in extreme blow ups but also easily fixable. The A9 seems to have a moderate AA filter and is the lowest resolution, but no Moire at all. The Leica seems like the cleanest of the three, although the noise is minimal on all of them. Full frame for reference...
  17. Liebe L F B - Freunde, hiermit laden wir Euch recht herzlich zum 16. Berliner Leica Fotografen Treffen am Donnerstag den 16.11.2017 ab 18:30 Uhr ein. Wir treffen uns wieder im: Restaurant Berliner Hof Hildegardstr. 14 10715 Berlin (Wilmersdorf) http://restaurant-berliner-hof.de/ Zum letzten Treffen des Jahres 2017 werden wir keinen Einzelvortrag anbieten, sondern möchten Euch darum bitten, das jeder Teilnehmer 2 Prints mit bringt. Dabei ist es Euch überlassen, in der Auswahl des Themas, ob der ideelle oder fotografische Gesichtspunkt überwiegt. Im Sinne der Vorweihnachtszeit sollte die Geschichte des Bildes im Vordergrund stehen. Der Wirt des Berliner Hofes bot mir ein Gänsekeule Essen an. Darum bitte ich die Teilnehmer, mit der Anmeldung zu sagen, ob Ihr das möchtet, oder wie immer à la carte bestellt. Meldet Euch bitte per Mail (LFB@mail.de) an, wenn Ihr teilnehmen möchtet. In der Reihenfolge der Anmeldungen erhaltet Ihr dann wie immer, eine Bestätigungsmail als verbindliche Zusage. Sollte jemand kurzfristig verhindert sein, so ruft mich bitte an oder mailt an den LFB und sagt ab, damit andere nachrücken können. Meldeschluss ist der 14.November 2017, bis 18:00 Uhr, da ich dann die verbindliche Teilnehmerzahl melden muss. Liebe Grüße Klaus und Cord
  18. I wonder, Leica Partnered up with Huawei for a Phone, the P9, the P10 and so on. They even sell them in the Leica Stores, all around. Wonderful phones, I got both, Like them a Lot. Now i wonder, i changed from the M240 to the M10, and apparently, there is an app for it. But strangely not for Android, only for IoS. Isn't this something that questions logic? Selling in same-store Android phones with the brand name on it. AND the camera's that can use the APP technology for some functions. Only the both aren't compatible? ... So my question is, is there an Android app for the M10? And will there be one ? In order to restore logic ? Thanks ju
  19. Does anyone own both a Leica M240 and a Leica M10 with it's respective leather holster (Leica 24016)? I have a M-P (typ 240) - and I'll probably wait for a future M10-P to make a switch - so I was wondering if it would fit in the M10 holster, as it is almost the same size - just 3 millimetres thicker. I'd be just great if someone could do the test and share some pictures. Thanks! Warm regards, Ali Carvalho PS: maybe the Leica Q leather holster (Leica 19503) could also fit the M240/M-P. Can anyone try this?
  20. M10, iso 500, 1/30, F=2
  21. Averroes


    I'm torn between getting the Leica M10 now or waiting for the MP10 to come out .... I need your opinions... current setup: Leica M9 help me sleep at night
  22. sukk20

    M10 Defect

    Dear Leica users, I am a Leica user who lives in Korea and like to learn your experience. I bought M10 three months ago and have used it very well until last Sunday. Suddenly, I found a horizontal line in almost every photos which has more than ISO5000. I went to Leica store service center in Korea and have them inspect. They told me that it looks like the sensor has defects. So my M10 should be sent to Germany for repair for at least two months. They offered me a rent of Leica M240 during the repair period. But I think that they should rent M10 for me because this is a clear manufacturer's defect. Why should I sacrifice even though I paid more than USD 9000 for a new product? So, I like to get your feedbacks. How does your local Leica store respond to this kind of case? Thanks for sharing in advance!
  23. I thought it might be worth starting a separate thread for M10 images taken in complex light (Madam Butterfly at the King's Head in Islington, London). I had a first outing with the M10s (50 lux asph + 28 cron asph) last night. Horrendous light (a bit like shooting against a backlit colour check chart!) but the M10 was rock solid and required very little post. I was using a Canon 5D3 + 70-200 alongside the Ms. On the set I've put on the website, it's about 50/50 (http://www.ctribble.co.uk/theatre.html - scroll down to the Madam Butterfly set). Images below are all M10 of course.
  24. Andi1968


    Wie lange wird es wohl dauern, bis die "M10-P" ohne roten Punkt erscheinen wird ? 2Jahre?
  25. jrp

    Sensor "sharpness"

    One of the marketing claims made by Leica for the M10 is that it has a "sharp sensor". This could mean no more than no low-pass filter is being used over the sensor, but that is also the case with other Leica cameras. There is also a suggestion that the new sensor is (even) better suited to the wider angle M lenses, which are not well matched to, e.g., Sony sensors (or the micro lenses that go over them). Does anyone have any evidence one way or the other on these points?
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