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  1. Apologies if this topic is already in the system by me, but for some reason I could not find what I had posted. Anyway the issue I seem to be having since updating the firmware to v2.0 is that I have had a couple of crashes, or my camera locking up. The on/off button does nothing, the OLED display and LCD are still on. The only remedy to reset is to remove the battery. So far its happened 3 times. Anybody else experiencing this?
  2. For unknown reason(s) an oddity is happening with indicated exposure times seen in viewfinder. After making an exposure, for the next two exposures there is no variation in indicated exposure time when panning about with camera. After the third exposure, the indication again varies properly as you pan about different scenes. Then repeats. As if there were an unwanted exposure lock mode in effect for 2nd and 3rd shot of a 3 shot sequence.. Cannot find any obvious settings error likely to be the cause. The bracketing is set to 0. Tried to reload latest firmware but it "completes" in about two seconds so never happened. Does Leica determine the actual present checksum of the loaded firmware and decide that a reload is not necessary?? What am I missing here? Thanks.
  3. I wonder if anyone else if experiencing the SL2 freezing, no response, even if I switch off the OLED display and LCD panel still show information. This only seems to have happened after I updated to the latest firmware V2.0. The only action is to remove the battery and then start again. This has happened 2-3 times in the last week or so. So not immediately after the update, which is slightly more concerning.
  4. I bought a T lens to use on my SL - the 23/2.0 - but when I attach it I get the message "Lens firmware not supported. Please update firmware." The firmware in my SL is up to date - 1.2. Does the lens have to be updated on a Leica T camera? I hope not. I don't have one, don't know anybody who has one, and the nearest Leica dealer is in Atlanta. Surely there has to be some way around this!
  5. Leica Camera has released a new firmware update for the Leica SL (Type 601): Compatibility with existing and upcoming lenses from L-Mount Alliance partners Improvement on compatibility with lenses that are equipped with a focus limiter switch. Improvement on compatibility with lenses that are equipped with an O.I.S. mode switch. Improvement on compatibility with lenses that are equipped with an aperture ring. Improvement on shutter lag in bright situations. Adapters firmware version is now shown in camera menu. Further improvement on compatibility with existing and upcoming lenses from L-Mount Alliance partners. Video performance Improved L-Log, which contains the latest developments on video post-production. Thus, SL and SL2 can be used with the same L-Log. » Leica SL Firmware 3.7 Download Page
  6. New Firmware already https://us.leica-camera.com/content/download/183909/4981596/version/2/file/S3-1.1.0.0-CUSTOMER.FW https://us.leica-camera.com/content/download/183990/4984350/version/1/file/Installation_FW S3_1_1 - EN.pdf
  7. Just installed the new Q2 firmware. Writing to the SD card is significantly improved. The buffer hasn't improved, of course, so I still get only 9 fast DNG+JPEG photos before the camera stops shooting, but instead of ~20 sec to finish writing, now it's <10 seconds. The card is a Sandisk Extreme Pro 300 mb/sec 64 GB. I had never saved my settings as a User Profile, so I lost them. (Hint, when the camera asks if you would like to save your user settings before doing the firmware upgrade, it's NOT going to tell you that you don't have any. ) Now I get to spend the next 30 minutes trying to recreate my settings. Sigh.
  8. Leica Camera hat eine neue Firmware für die Leica SL (Type 601) vorgestellt: Kompatibilität mit existierenden und zukünftigen Objektiven von L-Mount Allianz Partnern Verbesserung der Kompatibilität mit Objektiven, die einen Schalter zur Fokusbegrenzung haben. Verbesserung der Kompatibilität mit Objektiven, die einen Schalter zur Auswahl der optischen Bildstabilisierung haben. Verbesserung der Kompatibilität mit Objektiven, die einen Blendenring haben. Verbesserung der Auslöseverzögerung in Gegenlichtsituationen. Die Firmware-Version von Leica L-Adaptern wird im Kamera Menü angezeigt. Verbesserung der Kompatibilität mit aktuellen und zukünftigen L-Mount Objektiven von Leica sowie mit Objektiven unserer L-Mount Allianz-Partner. Video Performance Verbesserter L-Log, der die aktuellsten Entwicklungen im Bereich Video-Nachbearbeitung enthält. Dadurch sind SL und SL2 mit dem gleichen L-Log verwendbar. » Leica SL Firmware 3.7 Download Seite
  9. any weird bugs or issues ?
  10. Hate to say the SL2 video capabilities are seriously flawed at 4K recording and C4K. See the picture below. The main issues I ran into during a full day of video use (With the 50 APO SL and 35/1.2 Art): 1. 4K recording can only occur for 5 minutes or less on a full battery before error message “battery level too low for 4K recording”. (Changed batteries and encountered same issue so it’s not the battery) 2. C4K recording restricts AF usage, limited to only manual focus with the Sigma 35/1.2. 3. All AF capabilities during recording are very slow to focus, unable to switch faces during face/body detection (in the rare case it captures a face), the AF box may at times capture 2-3 bodies and choose to “average” the focus distance. 4. No compressed 4K recording at 50mbps or less. 5. Video Focus peaking’s highlighted/colored areas do not match still focus peaking highlighted areas. 6. No way to magnify the video during capture to check focus. Unfortunately the error message for battery doesn’t show up until 30 seconds after you hit record video. So it ruined a nice Xmas morning moment with the family, when I set up the tripod, hit record, then joined the wife/baby. 5 minutes later, I check the camera and only 30 seconds or less were recorded and the moment gone. Last year my A7r3 recorded 4K full width of sensor till the battery went to 0%. AF easily moved from eye to eye of subjects, focus peaking was accurate and easily seen, and it held tons of video in a UHS-1 SD Card. For a camera that touts it video recording, my iPhone did better (actually much better), and then I had to grab my xpro3 for the rest of the day. how did Leica release a camera with such terrible firmware?? ASIDE from video, just off the top of my head, I recall: terrible accuracy and reliability issues with AF-c tracking, complete lack of eye-AF all together, blurry EVF view in magnified mode for AF-s and manual focus, no AF-s abilities at all while in magnified live view, terrible reliability with tethering (can’t tether to an iPad with two SD cards in the camera due to a firmware bug), nonlinear focusing in manual focus on the Summicron SL lenses. That’s all I encountered, im sure there’s more to report. I haven’t encountered a small percentage of such obvious firmware issues with the xpro3, a7r3, A7r4, Nikon z7, or gfx50r.
  11. When to return to the 1.3 firmware, can not wait
  12. I took the Sl out for an initial spin to take some of the central London night lights. I've been shooting a Sony A7r II and an M240 with M lenses and was hoping that the SL experience would be better than either. My feelings are somewhat mixed. I tend to shoot such scenes in one of two ways: * using a table top tripod, placed on a suitable support -- London is not short of street furniture -- at ISO 100, f2.8-5.6 * hand held, auto ISO, near wide open (the fast Leica M lenses tend to suffer from bad purple fringing wide open, but improve significantly even one stop down) Starting with the shooting experience: I like to use both focus peaking and the level. This is hard to do on the SL without multiple button clicks because focus peaking is a separate viewing mode, rather than being something that you can switch on and off in any of the different viewing modes (information modes). This is a fundamental problem, because I need to fiddle with the bottom right button to switch between the level and focus peaking (without that much indication of which mode I am in). I then have to fiddle with the bottom left button and the joy stick to get me to the place I want to focus on, at the right magnification. The absence if a tilting screen makes this even more wearing. Leica are not known for changing the user interface aspects of their products in firmware revisions, but I certainly hope that they address this fundamental usability problem in future releases. As it is, the supposedly technocratic Sony, a camera not known for the ergonomics of its user interface, will be providing a more natural, intuitive one than the Leica. On the plus side, both the screen and the EVF are excellent. Even in the dark, where the Sony and M240 struggle to help you with focusing ( because of the accompanying noise) the SL excels. I was gratified to find that infinity focus was infinity focus with the M-T (not M-L, as it is referred to in the manual) adapter. (With the Sony, I tend to find myself focusing at a marked 5m or so to get infinity focus.) The exposure metering is excellent. Night pictures look like slides of yesteryear. Exposure is, if anything, a bit under, for highlight protection. I have yet to do much processing, but suspect that +1/2 or +1 would be a better compromise, as the shadow performance of the SL is not class leading. By comparison both the M240 and the Sony need about -2 night to preserve any highlight detail. The colour balance of the EVF was not completely accurate, in comparison to what I was seeing, but the results were pleasing enough. I like having GPS (as I do with the M240's multifunction grip, but don't have with the Sony). It's not hard to add GPS data with Photo Mechanic after the event, but having it removes the chore. Similarly, getting the lens spec directly into the picture metadata removes the further chore of getting the right profile correction applied by Lightroom. I have not compared lenses or resulting images with the M240 or A7r II in any systematic way, but the results are pleasing for the weight, which is what counts to me. The Batis lenses for the Sony are bulkier and heavier, but the body is lighter, so it's much of a muchness. The produce great results (clean pictures from wide open) and have AF. The absence of image / sensor stabilisation is a pity. I can get great results at 1/f shutter speeds on the Sony; the SL allows the setting of 1/2f shutter speeds in its auto ISO settings, but would probably benefit from a 1/4f setting. It would also be good to be able to set a minimum ISO to avoid drifting into ISO 50, if you don't want to. Although the camera has a touch screen (unlike the Sony or M240), it appears to be largely wasted (unless you are using the AF lens, perhaps; which I don't, because it is too heavy, bulky and expensive). Anyway, the upshot is that it's not (yet) a more pleasurable camera to use than the M240, or even the Sony, for M lenses, but the pictures look good to me. After all the rabbiting, here's a sample pic: https://www.flickr.com/photos/14315820@N03/23519536246/
  13. I like to have a -1/3 exposure compensation dialed in at all times. I find that it now displays "-0.3" in the viewfinder before it will show the shutter speed when in aperture priority or showing the metering arrows when in manual exposure mode. I absolutely hate this. I want to immediately see the meter reading, not my exposure compensation setting. How do I make it so that it doesn't display the exposure compensation in the viewfinder? Thanks!
  14. Leica recently released firmware 2.0.1.7 with the additional changes: Support of the new lenses: Leica Summarit-M 35mm f/2.4 ASPH. Leica Summarit-M 50mm f/2.4 Leica Summarit-M 75mm f/2.4 Leica Summarit-M 90mm f/2.4 Downloads // Support // Service & Support - Leica Camera AG --- Just updated my M240 from 2.0.1.5. My settings and profiles was left intact. Will be interesting to see or hear if there are some undocumented changes and/or improvements as well.
  15. First, DNG automatic noise reduction set or no switch. Second, SL is the 1.1 firmware in the M file to support the wireless flash, upgrade 1.2 and 2 firmware can not use the PROFOTO Wireless Flash (TTL-C Canon) and Canon ST-E3 wireless flash. 1.2 and 2 firmware Canon 600EX top flash can be used, PROFOTO wireless single point and (TTL-N Nikon) flash can be used. It seems only for the camera. 第一,DNG自动降噪设置还是没有开关。第二,SL是1.1固件在M档支持无线引闪,升级1.2和2.0固件无法使用PROFOTO无线引闪器(TTL-C佳能)和佳能ST-E3无线引闪器。1.2和2.0固件佳能600EX机顶闪光灯可以使用,PROFOTO无线单点和(TTL-N尼康)引闪器可以使用。看来只有换相机了。
  16. Firmware 2.0 for SL arrived! http://us.leica-camera.com/Photography/Leica-SL/Firmware-Update-2.0
  17. 大家好2个月不能使用户外灯,谁知道发布的固件,我崩溃了。
  18. Hi, apologies if this is already covered but I could not find anything searching the forums. I just purchased a Monochrome to add to an M9 I've loved for 4 years. Only 40 shots in and it is definitely living up to my expectations and going where the M9 could not in low light/indoor. Just registered it on Leica website and went to check for firmware upgrades. 1.002 is the latest I can find on Leica and mentioned in forums but mine is claiming to be on 1.006 firmware. The test date in the warranty pack is 31st July 2014. Is this a released firmware? Anyone know what might be different? thanks, Mike
  19. Die Firmware 1.2 für die Leica T ist auf der Leica Website verfügbar. Bin gespannt auf die Verbesserungen ...
  20. Hallo M-Gemeinde! Habe auf meiner wunderbaren M die neue Firmware installiert. Es gibt einige gute Neuerungen. Leider ist meine Wasswerwaage verschwunden. Wasswerwaage "An" oder "Aus" ergibt keinen Untershied. Hätte jemand einenTipp? Leica Kundenservice gibt leider keine Antwort. Danke!
  21. Hallo Genossen, hat einer von euch die Firmware Datei (Version 1.196) zum Download? Die offizielle Leica Website hat ein neues Design bekommen und es gibt keinen funktionierenden Download Link mehr. Könnt Ihr mir da helfen? Vielen Dank und liebe Grüße, Michael
  22. Hello, I recently acquired an M9 with under 3000 actuations. Love the camera. No failures, troubles or weird messages from it. I am using an 8GB Secure Digital SDHC I, labeled Pro Master without issues so far. I'm intending to purchase another. I always format the card in the camera not in the computer using the YES command. The camera firmware is 1.138. I understand there have been updates since this firmware. I have searched and noted the instructions for updating the firmware but have not found advice about if I should perform the update considering that I haven't had any problems so far. So my question is, should I update or just enjoy version 1.138 as the camera seems to function fine? Am I missing something. I would much appreciate your advice and comments. Thanks for your thoughts.
  23. Last night at our local M240 launch, got to play with the M240. Question for Leica and a potential firmware change....... With Liveview enabled, would it be possible to provide some visual "focus confirmation" in the optical viewfinder ? Eg maybe have the frameline switch to the alternating colour "Red to White" or "White to Red" at the moment of focus ?
  24. Even after the release of the X-Vario, I wouldn’t change my X2! I'm very happy with the great results I'm getting plus the convenience of being able to always have it in my pocket... but there's always room for improvement... so here is a wish list I would love to see in a future firmware update. And you? What do you think? Do you have any suggestions to add to this list? Hopefully someone from Leica reads this and takes it into consideration! So this is my wish list: 1. Would love to have the option to take double exposures. This is to be able to shoot more than once over the same frame. 2. In the Auto ISO Settings would love to have more options for the Slowest Speed like 1/60, 1/125 and for the Max ISO to be able to go to 12500. 3. Would be fantastic if they could remove the "red framed" screen that comes out when recovering from Auto Power Off. The camera would probably be ready to shoot faster without this unnecessary "Auto Power Off Cancel" notice. 4. On the "Self Timer" option would be great to have the possibility to make the camera shoot more than just ONE SINGLE frame. It could shoot 3, 5, 10 at intervals of 1 second or more/less as the hardware limitations allow.
  25. Hi everyone, Can anyone guide me how to revert back to the original D-Lux 5 firmware? I recently re-purchased a D-Lux 5. My first one, a 2012 build was a sensational camera. I sold it to update to a D-lux 6 but immediately found the 6 didn't match the image quality of the 5 in many areas so I sought out another DL5. I eventually found a brand new "old stock" D-lux 5 and was rapt. It is a July 2011 build and straight out of the box it was the old Leica DL5, with beautiful clear natural 3 dimensional shots straight out of the camera every time. I then updated the firmware to version 2.0 and took it out for a day of picture taking. The results were disastrous, and very similar to the losses of the DL6. Pictures were now flat, 2 dimensional with clearly reduced clarity and even the colours were now false and pasty looking. Has anyone else had this and can anyone guide me how to revert back to the original firmware? I desperately want to return to the original firmware. I usually shoot in standard colour aperture priority mode, or AP mode B&W. Thanks in advance, *I noticed someone in DPreview forum posted exactly the same findings 11months ago with their DL5. He also shot Standard colour Aperature priority mode. roger anthony
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