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  1. rv12

    M10-D Help

    I recently bought the M10-D and I have a couple of questions if someone care to help me out. 1.- Metering, in the M10-D the only way to know if your photo is well compensated is through a little dot inside the Range Finder. I saw a lot of my photos going over exposed or underexposed where I wanted, I tried Spot metering but I had the same issue since I don't know where my "compensations in the spot" is coming from since I don't have a display. So my questions is what is the best method? 2.- I know focus assistant is enable by default in the M10-D but what does it do? 3.- What is the max ISO recommendation you will go in M10 Sensor? Any recommendations appreciate it :)
  2. i desperately want to buy a Leica M10-D as i have several Summilux lenses waiting for a body, for years already, but i simply couldn't afford the price of USD 8K. now, i recently noticed the M10-D at Amazon.com sold for 6.4K. is that price real ? is the camera truly sold by Amazon i trust, and not by some shabby NY company selling the product for a similar price ? is there any disadvantage going with Amazon ? thanks in advance for any feedback. bye, pisti
  3. 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?
  4. Greets! As attached, an M10-D is now family, with Leica, Zeiss & Cosina/Vöightlander primes. The M10-D is less in focus in the pic as it's so new to me I've read through several threads, including the FAQ's (!, ?), yet no set space on the site for: 1) one/differentiated FAQ, across all variants M10; & no "New to M10" thread. Just an observation, not critique! Okay, that all may present, as developed. First, thanks to Jono, Jaap, Scott & all of you for your perspective(s) & insights with this, yet new model... & some are already opining on an M11... That's investment, engaging, with thanks.... but I digress... as you can see, I'm moving in a 4,6,8,10 M-progression Despite its foibles, and "klunk,whirr,hiss" of a shutter (avoiding the anti-alias filter, um, "quality"), my M8 permitted me to adjust White Balance (WB) in degrees Kelvin such that I could set presets, & then further tweak/adjust in the menu: not so I've found in the FOTOS app. Not an issue with film: films are fixed in this regard, as we all know. The pic of my late father, zone focus, M8, Leica 24/2,8 ASPH, 3200 K WB... an SLR shooter, one may see the surprise/repose in is expression: "What?" As a parent, I often have that same expression Thanks for any insights on WB outside FOTOS presets. in multi-envisioned, Dave
  5. Hallo, seit 15 Jahren schon habe ich mit der Leica M geliebäugelt (seit 2006 in diesem Forum Leser). Die Qualität und die Konzentration auf das Wesentliche (wie Leica es beschreibt) sind die Punkte für mich. Und da passt das -D Modell für mich. Ich hatte die erste M-D bereits in Händen, aber da konnte ich mich noch nicht durchringen den Preis zu zahlen. Jetzt ein paar Jahre später - kommt die M10 in der alten “analogen” Dicke zurück - und da war es geschehen um mich und mein Konto. Ich habe die M10-D mit einem Summilux 50 am Freitag in Frankfurt gekauft. Ich bin Jahrgang 1965, wohne in Frankfurt. Ich fotografiere seit den 80ern. Die erste richtige Kamera war die Nikon FE. Dann Canon, auch im Sprung nach Digital. Später, insbesondere auf meinen Radreisen (www.rad-fernweh.de), verstärkt Sony mit 1“ Sensor. Für eine wirklich tolle Kamera halte ich die Sony RX10m4. Jetzt habe ich eine echte M - an der ich mich schon gestern erfreuen konnte. Gleich gehe ich in die Sonne raus zum fotografieren. Um dann später, zuhause zu schauen, wie es gelaufen ist (M10-D ohne Display)... Viele Grüße Klaus (angehängt habe ich meinen ersten richtigen manuellen Fokussierungserfolg)
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