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I love my M-D and the ISO control on the back. There are the usual numbers - 200, 400, 800, 1600, etc., and there are two stop points between each one so, in theory, one can graduate between the known values. I like this control. I see the M10-D uses the ‘rewind’ ISO control. Does that too have 2 stops between each labelled value? Or is there a lower level of control on the M10-D?
I got an a la carte MP about a year ago, and it's perfect, except that I can't turn the ISO indicator on the back with my finger. I have to use one of those soft rubber things sold to get jar lids off. I had Leica in Solms look at it (at an enormous expense for DHL to get it back to me), and they say it's fine, nothing to repair, just the way it's supposed to be. Some postings say other people have the same problem. I gather from some postings that after Leica changed from the old silver ISO dial to the new black plastic dial, customers complained that it changed speeds accidentally and too easily, so Leica stiffened it up. Does anyone know more about this? Does anyone have a solution?