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  1. Hello everyone, I just spotted some white particles on the far edge/periphery of one of the lens element of my summarit 75 2.5 . I bought this lens used two months ago and at the time I could not see anything. I cannot say 100% but I suspect those particles were not present. They are hard to perceived. I only spotted them while taking pictures of my first born this morning when I was about to fit the cap onto the lens and had a look at inside. The sun was very bright and I could perfectly see them, them were almost shining like crystals ?? Pictures are not affected at all and I am only worried for the case of a fungus. I do not care about dust, but this is the first time I see something like this, hence me asking for your help/advises. Because they are on the far periphery of the lens element they are hard to picture. For the pictures below I had to flash the front element with a led light and it creates some ghosts/artefacts. For instance you can see that this "line" of particles appears twice, mirroring itself onto the next lens element. They only appear on one side of the lens and I also pictured the other "clean" side as a reference. Pictures are not great but this is what I have for now. I Thank you for input and wish you a pleasant week, Best, Fabien
  2. Hi everybody, I’m a computer science engineer who has been working, as a hobby, the last three years in a new, more precise, way of recreating film look with digital cameras. I’m posting here for feedback, in case anybody of you would like to test the application (with the M9) and show the results and your opinions. I usually shoot film photography but also I like the comfort of digital. The problem is that I’ve never been happy with existing film emulations. Mainly because of that, because they are emulations instead of simulations. METHOD USED For doing so, instead of doing a generic conversion for every camera, I’ve done a specialised conversion for the Leica M9 based on simulating the chemical process and spectrum response, instead of applying curves and other stuff. In the end, I thought, if analog and digital are just two instruments which capture light, I thought, maybe is there any mathematical conversion to make the digital to look like film? I mean, if I take the same photo with analog and digital, under exact same conditions (light / aperture / exposition /…) could I make them look exactly the same? It’s based on chemical simulation and the Leica M9’s response to spectrum. Then LUTs and finally some extra calibration. I think that it could be improved because I’ve used home made or open source tools for calibrating and so on, which are far from perfect. EXAMPLES (Analog vs Converted Digital) Following are some examples of Superia 200 and TriX 400. Click in each photo to see high resolution. DNGs shoots taken with Leica M9 (left), and FILM shoots taken with Minolta CLE (right) at same conditions (aperture / exposition / ISO). All shoots taken with Zeiss Biogon T* ZM 35mm f/2. The examples show several photos, which are the following: +------------------------+------------------------+ | original DNG | | +------------------------+------------------------+ | converted DNG | scanned FILM | +------------------------+------------------------+ | developed DNG | developed FILM | +------------------------+------------------------+ For the generated simulated negative TIFF file and the scanned TIFF file I’ve applied exactly the same develop parameters. TriX 400 - 1 TriX 400 - 2 TriX 400 - 3 Superia 200 - 1 Superia 200 - 2 Superia 200 - 3 Superia 200 - 4 Superia 200 - 5 Superia 200 - 6 CONCLUSIONS Tonal range - Biggest difference between digital and film Dynamic range - Digital is faaar more detailed in the blacks, film never gets burnt, meanwhile digital gets burn quite fast. Film has more microcontrast, it's more sharpen Digital is a little bit more contrast after developing, I imagine it’s because it reach white level faster, then, when doing autolevels with the developing program, as a result, it’s a more contrast image. DOWNLOAD I'm having a console application ready, if interest is shown it will be ready quite soon! CAVEHEATS / LIMITATIONS The program only accept DNG, because I need all the light captured by the camera, instead of a JPG already converted and really dependent on camera self made adjustments. The program only accepts photos taken at the ISO of the certain film that is gonna be used. For example, for TriX400 it will accept only Leica M9 DNGs at 400 ISO. I’ve also done tests with ISO 200 and 800, and the results were quite satisfactory but, for complexity reasons, I prefer to let it be native film ISO for the moment. Highlights are not always correct, and sometimes they look weird, mainly in color film. This is due to bayer sensor pattern and its different intensity response (for Red, Green and Blue channels). FUTURE (& PAST) WORK Leica M10-D Leica M8.2 THANKS Super thanks to the creator of LibRaw, a wonderful C++ library for working with RAW files. Any questions I’m open to answer 🙂 Best regards everybody. Tomás AKA “Camalogica”
  3. From the album: Andrea Gherardo Ligi

    I owe to Leica the opportunity of this image. In fact, a couple of days ago, the Leica Store of Rome, Via dei Due Macelli, gave me a Leica S with a 30-90 lens, for me to have fun for an hour. It was about sunset. So, I climbed up the Spanish Steps, and also the stairs of the Church of "Trinità dei Monti". And then, I waited ... As I was pointing at the shadow of the balustrade of the stairs and of myself taking the photo, a couple climbing the stairs of the Church entered my viewfinder. It was easy, then, to seize the moment.

    © Andrea Gherardo Ligi

  4. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    - Leica M Typ 240 - Screen protector (already on the camera, the protector has some surface scratches) - ThumbsUp grip - Leather case (unused) - Olympus EVF2 (logo removed, see pic) - RRS M240 L Bracket - Battery - Battery Charger - Neck strap (unused) - Original packaging and documents Everything is in fully working condition. As you can see there is some brassing on the body. The EVF2 I purchased used, the previous owner had removed the Olympus logo. The EVF works perfectly, though I didn't use it very much. The base plate is in excellent condition, it along with the leather case have been stored in the original packaging unused, I used the RRS baseplate on the camera. Price includes PayPal fees and insured shipping via FedEx to CONUS. Shutter count is hard to know, from the numbering of my dog files I'd say its in the 5000-10000 range. Happy to take additional photos and answer any questions. I have many sample shots taken with this camera on my Flickr feed for reference... https://www.flickr.com/search/?user_id=26449190%40N00&sort=date-taken-desc&view_all=1&text=Leica M 240

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  5. PRICING THOUGHTS & MARKET SIZE 10-2020 EXPANDING LEICA MARKET THROUGH PRICING ADJUSTMENTS Has Leica priced only for the super rich not the middle class or even worker-who-can-save? With M10's going USED at $4,5000 TO $5,500 most people can not afford them. Even used only the super rich can afford them. If they had sold the new M10's around $4,500, about $2,000 above the $2,500 that the Asian cameras sell for, then used the Leica would sell for $2,000 to $3,000 where many could afford them. Thus a used Leica's price would compete with new Asian camera prices. This would give Leica a double market to sell to, both new and used, and greater market penetration (more sales), and a reason to expand their repair department which is greatly needed. ECONOMIC SYSTEM PRICE POINT AND SIZE OF THE MARKET If you can sell the trade-in camera, then it is normally easier to sell a new camera, is it not? By hurting the trade-in used market with high priced used cameras, it must be harder to sell new $7,000 cameras. Since the used cameras are selling at $4,5000+ then it could only be to a few very rich people - thus used cameras compete with Leica's own new camera market. I realize it is not this simple but I am sure you get my point. Could Leica could end up like Pentax & Rollei? Leica might have a better "economic system", at a more reasonable new price and greater sales, with the accompanying better/larger repair department. The existing repair department could not fully fix my Tri-Elmar 28-35-50 lens. Is there demand at $3,500 to $4,500 new body price, for an M11? At $3,500 you would likely convert some new-camera Asian-camera buyers to new-camera Leica-camera buyers. That is about 40% more for a body than the Asian market can provide at $2,500. At $4,500+ you probably loose this convert. LOCAL SALES Probably due to this overpricing effect on both bodies and lenses, no camera store sells Leica in my home town. My town is in a CSA (combined statistical area) population of 1,096,961. Our top camera store told me years ago they could not carry a camera unless they could sell ONE a month, so they dropped Leica. Lower used prices would give camera stores something to sell profitably (selling new cameras is hardly profitable I am told) and keep them in business. TRADE-IN COMPETITION & PRICING Trade-ins are NOT reasonably priced, when they are priced above the price of new Asian cameras, cameras that frankly exceed the capabilities of any Leica. But of course the Asian cameras are a horror story of complexity to operate, so many users dislike them. Asian digital cameras remove the sense of being an artist and turn you into a technician. ALTERNATIVES & COLOR FEATURE As now priced, Leica sends me to Panasonic S1, S1-R, S1-H or better yet Nikon Z6, Z7 which has very very close to the Leica-Euro color hues when using old Leica lenses as reports show with pictures. Sadly with M10-R the Leica-Euro-Color may be lost in order to extend the dynamic range of the smaller pixel sensor? Why not give a Euro-Color Leica-Look check box in the menus to select this color saturation level and loose the one or one-half stop of brightness that is needed to achieve it? As long as the dark areas go black, and not to Noise, then it would be acceptable for many users. Please take my comments as a hope for an expanded Leica market. I also realize, that the market resolves all issues, and has a sort of fairness all its own that we must submit to. I do enjoy the economic study.
  6. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Leica Q, neuwertig, inclusive Original-Verpackung zu verkaufen.

    2,790.00 EUR

  7. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Aufgrund Umstieg auf SL2 biete ich hier an: Leica SL Gehäuse sehr guter Zustand, nur privat und sehr wenig genutzt Es war von Anfang an ein Displayschutzfolie auf dem Display mit allem Originalzubehör und Originalverpackung gekauft im deutschen Fachhandel (Fotogena, Worms) Die Kamera kann auch bei mir in Bensheim nach Absprache gerne besichtigt werden. Fragen bitte gerne stellen. Am liebsten wäre mir Abholung gegen Barzahlung. Versand bei Vorkasse wäre auch möglich. Bei Paypal müssten wir über die Gebühren reden. Wer nicht die 47MP der SL2 braucht, kommt hier zu einem sehr günstigen Preis den Einstieg in das SL System. Die Flexibilität - SL Objektive, M-Objektive, Voigtländer, Nikon etc., der tolle Sucher und die Leica Bildqualität und Bedienphilosophie machen für mich die SL/SL2 zu einer der universellsten Kameras, die man heute kaufen kann.

    2,199.00 EUR

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    Leica Q gebraucht, neuewertig, incl. Original-Verpackung

    2,795.00 EUR

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    Leica Q gebraucht, neuewertig, incl. Original-Verpackung

    2,800.00 EUR

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    I am selling a used Leica Leather Case. It is in good, clean condition. The zipper works well; the leather is smooth; and the lens case overall is structurally sound. Dimensions I don't remember which exact lens this was for, so I need some help figuring that out. I have measured the dimensions in order to help you determine if this is the right lens case for you. Based on my research, this seems to be a lens case for R lenses, but I'm honestly not sure. Height: 8.5cm Width: 8cm Foam Insert Top Width: 6cm Foam Insert Bottom Width: 6cm Shipping I am based in California and will ship within the United States only. Buyer pays shipping.

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    A like new Leica 28mm F1.4 Summilux for sale, complete with box. US $5800. Preferably US sale.

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    A mint Leica 50mm 0.95 Noctilux for sale, complete with box. $8750. Preferably US sale.

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  13. Hi, I was sent here by Adam Miller, Attached are some photos of a Leica that I am struggling to Identify. Even with searching numbers. the number on the top of the camera is "Nr. 117679" and on the Lens is "Nr. 1394403" (lens I believe is mid 1950s) The Item came as part of a house clearance and was saved from going in a skip. Any help with getting a year or model for the camera body would be very much appreciated. Thanks
  14. I am posting this here and in the LHSA section of the Forum. I will give a Zoom presentation for the LHSA at 7.30 pm, British Summer Time, 2.30pm EDT, on 19th August 2020 about 'Choosing and Using Old Leicas'. A link to register for the talk, which is free for LHSA - The International Leica Society – members, is here. https://lhsa.org/2020/06/free-webinar-aug-19-choosing-and-using-old-leicas-with-willian-fagan/#myaccount The talk , while mainly aimed at those with smaller collections and photographers who want to have one or two old or vintage Leica cameras to use, will also be of interest to more experienced collectors and users. ‘Old Leicas’ will include LTM and M models from 1925 up to and including the M6. I will present Leicas from different generations in groups of 3 and will indicate my own personal favourites, which should give rise to varied opinions in the discussion afterwards. I will indicate some of my favourite films. I will also give tips about using older Leica cameras, in particular about the question of loading LTM models and film trimming in advance of loading. I will describe various accessories for Leica cameras and their uses such as viewfinders, lens hoods, winders, cases, close-up equipment and filters. The response to this has been very good, with 135 members from many different countries registered as of yesterday, indicating the increasing interest in vintage Leicas and film photography generally. There are still a number of places available. We hope to have some time for questions and answers afterwards. I hope to see some forum members online as I know that quite a few here are LHSA members. William
  15. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Verkaufe nach langer Überlegung nun doch meine schöne Leica Monochrom Typ 246, schwarz, 1. Hand, gebraucht, technisch einwandfrei, sehr leichte, minimale Gebrauchspuren, inkl. Originalverpackung. Erworben direkt bei Leica Camera in Wetzlar. Verkauf OHNE Objektiv, mit Originalgurt.Weitere Fotos sende ich gerne per E-Mail zu.Preis 3650,-€ zzgl. Versand ung ggf. Paypalgebühren Verkauf nur innerhalb von Deutschland.Abholung und ausführliche Test sind gerne möglich und erwünscht, Ort: Nähe Gießen/ Hessen / DeutschlandFragen beantworte ich gerne per PN.Wie üblich beim Privatverkauf übernehme/gewähre ich keine Garantie, Gewährleistung, Umtausch, Rücknahme u. Ä

    3,650.00 EUR

  16. I am posting this here and in the Collectors and Historica section of the Forum. I will give a Zoom presentation for the LHSA at 7.30 pm, British Summer Time, 2.30pm EDT, on 19th August 2020 about 'Choosing and Using Old Leicas'. A link to register for the talk, which is free for LHSA - The International Leica Society – members, is here. https://lhsa.org/2020/06/free-webinar-aug-19-choosing-and-using-old-leicas-with-willian-fagan/#myaccount The talk , while mainly aimed at those with smaller collections and photographers who want to have one or two old or vintage Leica cameras to use, will also be of interest to more experienced collectors and users. ‘Old Leicas’ will include LTM and M models from 1925 up to and including the M6. I will present Leicas from different generations in groups of 3 and will indicate my own personal favourites, which should give rise to varied opinions in the discussion afterwards. I will indicate some of my favourite films. I will also give tips about using older Leica cameras, in particular about the question of loading LTM models and film trimming in advance of loading. I will describe various accessories for Leica cameras and their uses such as viewfinders, lens hoods, winders, cases, close-up equipment and filters. The response to this has been very good, with 135 members from many different countries registered as of yesterday, indicating the increasing interest in vintage Leicas and film photography generally. There are still a number of places available. We hope to have some time for questions and answers afterwards. I hope to see some forum members online as I know that quite a few here are LHSA members. William
  17. Just came from Latvia on assignment and got me a little souvenir... noticing how similar their Laima chocolate company logo is to Leica's. What do you think? Does any other company have a similar logo?
  18. We've all heard of that college student who bought an M2 for 5$ in a thift shop. I've never got such a deal but I've managed to get Leica equipment for low prices in the past. Such as a very clean M2 that I got in an eBay auction for 600$CAD. The shutter speed had to be adjusted, and the vulcanite had to be replaced. Other than that, it is in excellent condition. I later got an M262, which I also bought on eBay, for about 3500$CAD. The sensor was filled with dust and oil spots, and the focusing mechanism had to be lubricated two days after I recieved it. (Those problems where not specified by the seller) It looked like new back then, but after about six months of use, I've got some paint removed on the corners and a cut in the faux leather. It has been faithfull ever since. Then, yesterday, I looked for a replacement for my 35mm ZM 2.8 on the internet and ended up looking for pre-ASPH summicrons. I then stumbled uppon a 35mm Summicron on keh.com for 1080$USD. No picture of the actual lens was shown and generic pictures of a Type 4 where shown instead. It was listed as "UG" (ugly). Giving this extremely low price and the 180 day warranty offered by keh, I jumped on it. (I'll keep you guys updated on this purchase.) What are the good deals you guys managed to get on Leica equipment?
  19. Here are some photos of Pasvik (near Norilsk), I took in my Leica Q2. What a wonderful camera! I am really satisfied with it
  20. Guten Tag, Neueinsteiger in das M-System und generell bei Leica. Habe ein paar grundlegende Fragen und hoffe das mir ein paar alte Hasen diese beantworten können. 1. Ist es normal das die Mechanik bei unterschiedlichen Zeiten sehr unterschiedliche Geräusche macht? - ( von 1/1000 bis 1/60 ein klicken ) -( bei 1/30 und 1/15 ein klicken sowie ein schwingendes Geräusch also ob etwas träges sich austariert ) -( von 1/ 8 bis 1s ein klick mit ablaufen der Zahnräder ein weiteres Klicken der Verschluss schießt und einer etwas langsameren Zahnradmechanik im Anschluss ) Das diese Kamera Vollkommen Mechanisch ist und die Zeiten somit einen Mechanismus brauchen ist mir Bewusst. Es wundert mich bloß das die Geräusche so unterschiedlich ausfallen. Das erste surren der Zahnräder kann ich mir erklären das zweite jedoch nicht sowie mich auch das schwingende Geräusch etwas irritiert. Gibt es dazu vielleicht eine Animation ? 2. Ist es wirklich so einfach ein Loch in das Verschlschlußtuch zu brennen? Ich verwende momentan ein Leica SUMMILUX-M 1:1.4/50 mm ASPH. In den Monaten Februar und März, welche zu teilen doch sehr verregnet waren und auch die Sonne noch nicht ganz so hoch stand , ist mir aufgefallen das sich ein weißer Fleck auf dem Tuch befindet. Ich dachte erst es sei ein Wassertropfen und habe einfach weiter Fotografiert. Ein paar Filme später wollte ich in trauter Zweisamkeit etwas entspannen und es fiel mir wie Schuppen von den Augen da ist ein Loch. Zunächst einmal Vorsichtig abgestellt, Objektiv abgenommen und verstaut, Bodenplatte entfernt, Rückklappe aufgeschlagen, ein Licht unter die Kamera gelegt. Es schien Licht durch ich hatte ein Loch. Muss man immer den Schutzdeckel auf der Frontlinse haben? 3. Ist die Beschichtung so fragil, verursacht die womöglich austretende Gerbsäure ein schnelleres abtragen der Beschichtung oder ist es der druck den das Leder auf die Beschichtung ausübt ? Die schwarzverchromte Version dieser Kamera ist nun 3 Monate alt und ich habe in etwa 20 Filme Belichtet. Dazu trage ich sie mithilfe eines Lederriemens von Oberwerth ELTZ, welcher einen Ring verwendet der jedoch durch ein passendes Lederstuck vom Gehäuse ferngehalten wird. Gibt es Produkte bei denen das nicht passiert ? 4.Ist diese Kamera wirklich so fragil gegenüber von Umwelteinflüssen, muss man sich jetzt bei einem Nieselregen Gedanken machen und auch den Staub in der Luft auf die Liste meine Erzfeinde schreiben ? 5.Gibt es Pflegehinweise so wie Verhaltensregeln die zu beachten sind , eben so für das Objektiv ? 5.Von was für einem Wartungszeitraum kann man ausgehen, wird sich auch das Fokussierungssystem innerhalb von Monaten Verabschieden, welcher weitere Verschleiß ist zu berücksichtigen? Über Erfahrungsberichte sowie Vorschlage würde ich mich sehr freuen und bedanke mich Schon einmal im Voraus.
  21. Have searched for a while for the ultimate pouch (neoprene, not leather) for my Leica M lenses. Finally found one for the "average" Leica/Zeiss/Hexanon lens. This bag can also be hooked to the belt via the sewn loop, having enough room for a finger to reach for the lens. I cut off the adjacent carabiner as it was useless. Now I can stack two lenses on top of each other (I have 4) in my ONA bag. I am not naming any brands, I am not associated with anyone, just informing anyone that was after such product that this company is in Munich, Germany and on amazon.de. They have even smaller (XXS) bags but they are too tiny for Leica lenses. The proper size they offer for the pouch IMHO was XS (7cm x 8cm). The bags are not the icons of design, nor very beautiful, but they do get the job done. PLEASE SHARE YOUR LEICA LENS POUCH EXPERIENCE(S).
  22. Lomo gegen Nikon M8.2 Photokina Köln 25.09.2010
  23. Hallo in die Runde Ich habe mal eine Frage. Ist bei jemanden schon mal das Glas im Bajonett was zur Objektivabtastung gehört, kaputt gegangen? Bei meiner zeigte sich erst ein kleiner Art schwarzer Streifen. Die Kamera erkannte aber noch die Objektive korrekt. Dann bemerkte ich, dass Sie immer mal wieder ein und das selbe Objektiv mit unterschiedlichen Exif angaben abspeicherte. Darauf habe ich gesehen, dass es anscheinend an einer Ecke sich das Glas vom Bajonett gelöst hatte. Daraufhin habe ich die Kamera über meinen Händler zu Leica eingeschickt, weil ich noch Garantie hatte. Jetzt kam von Leica die Rückmeldung, das es sich nicht um einen Garantieschaden handelt und es repariert werden muss. Jetzt ist natürlich mein Problem. Ist das Bajonett an der Stelle so empfindlich, ich weiß beim besten willen nicht, wie ich hätte den Schaden erzeugen soll. Leider. Das trübt extrem die Nutzbarkeit für mich, da traut man sich ja nicht mehr das Objektiv zu wechseln. Ich habe keine Adapter, nur M Linsen von Leica und Voigtländer benutzt. Kennt jemand das Problem. laut Aussage von Leica wäre es im Promillebereich im Customer Care aufgetreten. Ich wundere mich nur, dass die Kamera so empfindlich sein soll. Schade eigentlich.
  24. gunter

    Franz

    StayAtHomeWithLEICA SL 2 - Summarit-M 2,5/75
  25. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Objektiv und Elpro komplett mit sämtlichen Schutzdeckeln und Lederköchern abzugeben. Verkauf nur innerhalb Deutschlands ohne Gewährleistung. Keine Rückgabemöglichkeit. Versand nach Vorauszahlung auf Bankkonto; kein Paypal.

    1,150.00 EUR

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