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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 have been poking around a lot in the jpegs the M10 produces using Exiftool. I'm working on a project where I'm trying to get preview data out of the files as quickly as possible. Thus far I'm not impressed or at least confused by the data in the files. Just about any operation throws out an ICC profile length warning, apparently when the declared profile length doesn't match the actual length of the profile: Warning: Bad length ICC_Profile (length 3144) Also try extracting the preview images and thumbnail images: exiftool -a -b -W %d%f_%t%-c.%s -preview:all *.JPG Extracted preview images are unreadable by chrome, safari, and preview.app, but oddly Firefox reads and displays and image. These are a nice size at 1440x940 and 133kb, and it'd be great to use them since the Maestro processor has already done the work to resize them. The thumbnails are 160px wide and base64-encoded. They seem have black bars at the top and bottom. You can see them as iPhone iOS reads an SD card and otherwise on macOS. Extracting these works, but they have black bars along the top and bottom. Since I'm seeing this on the apple platforms and with ExifTool I think those bars may be part of the data. The DNG is another story. It appears to be healthier. From the DNG, a similar thumbnail image is present with the black bars. There are two preview images embedded in the DNG file. First is a ~1.6MB jpeg at 100/24MP size. Presumably this is the chimping image we actually see when we zoom in while using the back of the camera. The second is the 1440x940 small preview image from the jpeg, but this time it's intact and readable by usual programs. It seems like something is wrong with the JPG files the camera creates, like the EXIF data is improperly copied or something. This is frustrating, for $7000 this should be correct.
  3. Being a new Leica owner I'm likely going to take some heat on this topic, among others I post. But, I'm thin-skinned so will respond accordingly. Coming from the Nikon and mirrorless Sony ranks this is my first Leica. Thrilled to death with it but it is indeed an expensive bauble for what IMO is not much more than a great point and shoot camera. By the way, not meant to stir the pot but IMO that's what it is; but, exactly what I wanted and always wanted a Leica. Ok, not the point of the thread. My best friend asserts, and I loosely quote, "Everyone knows that Leica's algorithm for JPEG compression uhhh, he used the 'S' word but I'll substitute, 'inferior'. Taunted by that I shot a bunch saving in JPG and PNG and viewing them in Photoelements (ok, ok, will eventually get Photoshop) and noticed nothing significant other than THE JPG FILES SEEMED ABOUT ONE F-STOP DARKER than the PNG files? I guess that's not bad, of course better than 1-f stop lighter but was surprised. I then attempted taking a 'similar' shot with a Sony A7ii (24 megapixel btw) and comparing all three. The Sony's JPG was about the same 'light' as the Leica's PNG. This seems like one of those dumb threads that goes nowhere and nothing much comes from it. But, of course the workaround is pp the png file and save as a JPG file, but wonder about the comment about Leica compression and whether this is just one of those bored to death threads? LOL
  4. I bought a Leica V-LUX 40 a couple of months ago. I'm very happy of it, but I would ask if there is some way to reduce the artifacts on the final image at making stage of the image directly from the camera. Thanks
  5. I realy neet help, even if it is not only focused on Leica jpeg files As from this monday nobody can read my jpg files any more, after I have saved them with my Photoshop CS 5. I don´t understand this, es there where never problem sice I have my Photoshop CS5. The files can not be opened on PC, iPhone or another Imac. I am thankfull for any help best regards Harald LUDWIG
  6. dear all, This is probably not new to you, but I've spent some time on the web and fora searching for related infos and couldn't find it. Decided to bug your guys here again. Thanks for your patience. A little background: I have used Nikon D300 and Nikon Capture NX for many years. Being the original manufacturer's software, Capture NX gives RAW shooters the full range of settings that match in-camera JPG settings. For example, one could start from the RAW, set the file to STANDARD rendering, and work on it. This is very crucial to my landscape works as Capture NX was the only software that could produce proper greens on D300 raw files. (Nikon kept the RAW juices to themselves, just like Canon. Lightroom was never able to recreate the D300 colors from the RAW files) I believe many M9 users find the in-camera B&W JPG very pleasing at times and would like to reproduce the "looks" in Lightroom from the DNG files. But I found that there is close to no informations about this on the internet. As an engineer, I understand that the JPG engine (chip) inside M9 is entirely Leica's and would remain exclusive until Leica is willing to share the recipe with Adobe. However, many must have tried to recreate the effect by creating some presets, no? I wonder if you guys have some recommendations on this? I am willing to pay for the presets as long as they are close enough to the M9 in-camera rendering of B&W. Thank you so much Jerry knopfler dans la rue 諾弗勒在街頭
  7. Hallo zusammen, wie bekomme ich denn jpg-Bilder vom Rechner in meine C-Lux 2, so dass sie da auch angezeigt werden? Im Handbuch steht dazu, dass diese unter Umständen nicht angezeigt werden können. Bei meiner Canon war das einfach durch Verschieben in die CF-Card möglich. Ist dazu vielleicht ein „Trick“ nötig? Österliche Grüße Klaus
  8. Hi, I'm experiencing a problem with shooting DNG+JPG fine in the M9. I have done so successfully previously but the last couple of shots I did, the camera didn't save 2 files - one DNG and the second JPG. Instead it saved 2 JPGs. Has anyone experienced this problem? any suggestions? I thought I would reset my settings but that doesn't mean it won't happen again - if at all it will help. Thanks -Danny
  9. lordon

    nur DNG speichern

    Hallo, ich habe bzgl. der nachstehenden Frage keine Antwort im Forum gefunden bzgl. in der Bedienungsanleitung keinen Hinweis: Kann man nur DNG speichern - so wie bei anderen Kameras i.d.Regel üblich ? Oder kann man bei Lightroom den Import auf DNG-Dateien beschränken ? Nachträglich die Dateien zu löschen ist nicht so lustig. Ich benötige die JPG-Dateien nicht und möchte Platz sparen. Weiß jemand einen Rat ? Vielen Dank ! Grüße Georg
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