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  1. Hello, I am going to the Arctic cirlcle (Svalbard) in August with an M10 and a 2009 M9. I am dithering over which lenses to take with me. I have a 24mm Elmarit, a 28mm Voigtlander, a 90mm leica Macro collapsible, a 35mm Voigtlander, and a 50mm Summicron,. I don't plan on using big telescopic lenses or a tripod. I will be going out in small dinghies to take pictures. I would love to get good and wise advice from the users. Thank you Christian.
  2. At the end of November my son traded in his beloved M9 at the Berlin Leica store, and upgraded to a factory fresh, new M10. They gave him a generous trade-in allowance and he loves the M10 after 4 weeks of light use. Since the M10 has LiveView with a real-time video processor, he wonders - does the M10 have the necessary hardware and software to do video, if a firmware update was provided? I understand there would be the need for software to create a standard video format output.
  3. Hi! I’m new here. Currently shooting film with an M6 classic. I’m planning to buy a M10 second hand and was wondering what people thought of these Ebay listings. In prices they seem to good to be true, so I’m assuming they are. Any thoughts? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.nl%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F303499047919 https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.nl%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F352982224839
  4. Hi all! Apologies in advance for the length of this post! I was wondering if you all are able to give me some advice or words of wisdom on whether I should get a Rangefinder Leica. At the moment I’m currently using and enjoying my Leica CL & 23mm f2 Summicron. Purchased in Oct 2018. I absolutely love shooting with the CL and for me it was the upgrade I was always wanting. I even adapt some rare and unique vintage m42 lenses to it and get some amazing results. Now I’m no professional photographer, just a hobby shooter but the Leica CL I have had really developed my love and passion for photography. At the time of purchasing the CL I was using a Nikon D7500 which I still have (but never use) so for me, at the time the CL was the next step up, and I never thought of going for a rangefinder (couldn’t afford the m10 and lenses anyway lol). But now having visited the Sydney Leica store on many occasions to try out the M10 and the rangefinder systems, I’ve grown more interest for a Rangefinder. I’m interested in the M240, maybe the M262. I like the appeal of a brassing body though (a bit of individualism I’d say). But honestly I’m not sure which system to go for (and I don’t have the money for a new M10). What are the PROS and CONS for each system? What makes you want to stay with that system? (if you have one) what would you recommend I do or go for? Now I’ve done heaps of research and reviews on both systems but I really want to hear from everyday people who use them. Thanks!
  5. I'm new here. What's a good place to sell Leica gear (especially an m10)? Thanks, I appreciate it Tom
  6. My initial reaction to the M10M was that I prefer to shoot B&W with the M10. In another thread, I posted a couple of M10 B&W pictures as an example of the tonality, gradation and resolution where I wanted to be in B&W, for which I thought the M10 was perfectly adequate. I wrote also that I prefer the greater flexibility of digital filters from post-processing to glass contrast filters. Indeed, I previously had the M-Monochrom and prefer the M10 in this respect. Some background Having published my book last November, I'm now thinking about another project. I've been posting a series of images in a (tentative) series called Empire of Signs, the title of Roland Barthes' book about Japan. I don't believe in jumping directly into defining a new project: rather i tend to take pictures and see how this leads me to a project; so, Empire of Signs may not lead anywhere. When I was in Tokyo at the end of November, I bought a new, 2019 edition of Moriyama Daido's Light and Shadow, which was published in 1982. The latter first edition came out ten years after his previous book and three years after he stopped photographing altogether. As I recall, he got back to photographing after looking at the first photograph ever made, the one by Niépce, which was an eight hour exposure of the view out of a window: it had a building and showed just light and shadow. Moriyama's book established a narrative between light and shadow. Some of the pictures in Light and Shadow are things at the verge: scruffy plants, for examine, at the edge of a store. Photographing in Thailand, often in the harsh, midday sun, I've been thinking about this type of image, and how it could be worked into the Empire of Signs.Today, I made the picture below. M10 | DR Summicron 50 | ISO 200 | f/11.0 | 1/250 sec Chiang Mai – The Empire of Signs Coming to the point To get the look that I wanted: the dark leaves in the shade and the much lighter tone of the leaves where the sun hits them, as well as getting the poster at the left to be dark enough, I used the color sliders in Lightroom, as well a strong contrast increase. I could have done this with a Monochrom camera, but the adjusting the M10 colors gives me more control. On the other hand, with the M10M, I might be able to show more detail in the leaves, which could also be interesting Perhaps a better example is the image below, shot in dappled sunlight. I've posted a couple of images of these three tourists taking a group selfie of themselves using an iPhone on a tripod stick. Here, I was speaking to them, saying I was taking unposed pictures when I got a thumbs up, a V-sign, and the flashing of my name card. In processing this I could get the skin tones in B&W that I wanted by adjusting the color sliders. As I recall, when I was shooting with the M-Monochrom, I was limited to selective dodging and burning — not as flexible M10 | DR Summicron 50 | ISO 200 | f/4.0 | 1/1000 sec Chiang Mai So what do you think about considering doing all this with the M10M rather than converting from color with the M10? ________________________Frog Leaping photobook
  7. frame-it

    M10 Monochrom

    from the rumor site 近日中に発表される「ライカM10モノクローム」の画像。(M10-Pとの主な外観の違いはレンズ着脱ボタンの色と上面の筆記体ロゴの有無)
  8. STOLEN from Leica Store Manchester 13.01.20. Leica M10 Black Camera No.05192837 with Summilux FLE 35mm f1.4 Black Lens No.4178859
  9. I am looking for an off camera flash solution for my M10 (which would possibly also work for my M240) Is there any chance that my Nikon Flashes or Fuji Flashes (Nissin) would work? Otherwise I am looking for a good solution with a controller that may also manage more than one flash lights. Is there a Godox Solution that fits? Thank you for your advice
  10. The thin alu-piece, that is on top of the hot-shoe (not the hot-shoe-cover) fell off my camera yesterday, so the top plate of the hot-shoe is “naked" (see the attached picture). I don’t know why the alu-piece did fell off, since the only thing that has been sitting on/in the hot shoe is my Leica-flash and Visoflex-viewfinder. What function does that small alu-piece have? What would you do?
  11. I’ve got some dust on my sensor, and I’ve already tried with the VSGO Sensor Cleaning Swab (dry), but there are still some spots on the sensor. I’ve read somewhere that it’s possible to apply cleaning fluid - alcohol? - on the swabs to get rid of tougher spots on the M10-sensor. I’m living in the Faroe Islands some 1,300 kilometers from the european continent. Therefore I can’t just go to the local photo dealer or Leica store - because there isn’t any near. I have to order ‘something’ from some dealer in Europe and get it sent to me - hence my doubt and questions about best practice M10-sensor cleaning. - Could I apply ’some kind’ of fluid to the swabs to clean the sensor? - What is your best practice tip how to clean the sensor? Really hoping for some constructive answers on this thread since I’m 1,300 kilometers from help and have to fix this myself. And also order the required cleaning items on the web. Thanks in advance.
  12. I just firgure out that my Leica M10, the DNG files opened and exported to JPG by photoshop are always brighter and less contrast than the original JPG generated by M10 body.Is there something wrong? This is the jpg exported from dng. And this is original jpg by body
  13. Hi All, I recently just purchsed the Leica M10 (upgraded from the M240), and would like to seek your advice on which of the 2 lenses above I should get. I have attached the following list of bodies and lenses that I currently have. M10 M6 Konica Hexanon 60mm F1.2 Leica 50mm F2 Summicron APO Leica 35mm F2 Summicron Version 2 (8 elements) I shoot with my digial M 95% of the time (well I did only just recently purchased the M6) with my 50APO. I plan on using the 8 Elements more on the M6 for Black and White photography. So now that I am looking to add a wide angle lens, which of the 2 would you recommend? I know many people say that it's best to pair a 28mm with a 50mm, and a 24mm with a 35mm; and that 28 would work better if I wish to shoot some street + landscape, whereas the 24mm will be better for pure landscape. But do both lenses render really differently? Is it that much more convenient knowing that u do not need an EVF for the Elmarit? Could the Elmar be used for some street photography as well? And since the 28mm is much newer, does it have something the other doesn't? I would really appreciate if those of you who own / have used both lens could let me know your thoughts on both lenses performance wise, and which would you pick if you were me. Thanks a bunch! Cheers, Jeffrey
  14. Kwesi

    M10, the new M9?

    Over the span of about six years I went from an M9-P to an M240-P and recently an M10-P. What struck me immediately was how similar the M10 and M9 files were in terms of color and contrast. The M240 files reminded me of Kodak Portra film whereas the M10 output just reminded of the M9. I thought i was alone in this observation until i read this article today. https://www.streetsilhouettes.com/home/2019/7/29/the-myth-of-the-leica-m9-ccd-vs-cmos-sensors Thoughts?
  15. I've come across a family of bugs in the M10 and M10-P's registration of 6-bit codes, and hence with the in-camera corrections and metadata coded into the DNG file. It’s a serious issue, because inappropriate in-camera corrections distort the photo, and make the post-processing workflow needlessly complicated. 1. The R-adapter-M has a unique 6-bit code: 110111. When the camera’s “Lens Detection” is set to “Auto,” the camera should always register “R-Adapter-M,” or the last R-lens manually entered under the Lens Detection menu. Instead, when an R-adapter-M with an R lens is mounted, it switches out of “Lens Detection Auto,” and registers the last lens that was manually entered. If that was an R lens, it switches to “Lens Detection Manual R,” which is OK. But if the userI had previously entered an M lens under “Lens Detection Manual M,” the camera switches to “Lens Detection Manual M,” and falsely registers that M lens. This makes no sense. Since the R-Adapter-M has its own 6-bit code, when the camera when set in “Lens Detection Auto,” it should always register an R lens. 2. The Macro-Adapter-M also has a unique 6-bit code, 101000. So when the camera’s “Lens Detection” is set to “Auto,” it should register “Macro-Adapter-M.” Instead, it registers “4/90.” This also makes no sense, for two reasons. First, even though it’s common for the photographer to combine the Macro-Adapter-M with the Macro-Elmar-M 90 f/4, this bug means the photographer has no way of distinguishing a shot taken using the with and without the Macro-Adapter-M. Since the Macro-Adapter-M has its own 6-bit code, this confusion is preventable and unnecessary. Second, since the Macro-Adapter-M can be used with many Leica lenses other than the 4/90, it means that often the wrong lens is corrected for and coded in the DNG metadata. 3. When the camera is set to “Lens Detection Auto,” and an uncoded lens is mounted, the camera registers the last lens that was manually coded, whether it was under “Lens Detection Manual M” or “Lens Detection Manual R.” It’s hard to understand the logic behind this. For one thing, an uncoded lens will always be an M lens, never an R, because an R-lens would always be mounted with the R-Adapter-M, which has its own 6-bit code, which the camera should automatically register. (The only exception is if the photographer uses some 3rd party uncoded R-to-M adapter such as ones by Kipon or Novoflex. But I assume that Leica did not decide to support that possibility.) Worse, if the photographer has several uncoded M or R lenses, then every time he changes among these lenses, the wrong corrections and metadata will be applied to that shot. Of course the photographer always has the option of switching the Lens Detection setting with each lens change to “Lens Detection Manual M” or “R” to register the appropriate lens. But he should not be forced to do that when “Lens Detection” is set to “Auto” and the camera should be smart enough to know automatic lens detection is impossible. I hope that Leica fix this bug and make “Lens Detection Auto” behave in the following ways: -When the Macro-Adapter-M is mounted, the camera should always register “Macro-Adapter-M.” -When the R-Adapter-M is mounted, the camera should always register “R-Adapter-M” (and perhaps the last R lens manually entered.) -When an uncoded lens is mounted, the camera should always register “Uncoded lens.” Simple and logical, no?
  16. We're happy to announce that we'll be hosting a monthly social meet up and photo walk, named Bristol Leica Social. The first meeting will be on April 1st, 2017, and on the first Saturday of every month thereafter. We'll be meeting at the store on Baldwin St (3 alliance house, Baldwin St, BS1 1SA) at 9am. We'll be heading out from the store in self picked groups to take images around the centre, aiming to meet at a café at 12 noon to compare images and discuss all things Leica. The shop will be open as usual, and we will be here as usual to have a chat or demo any items (depending on stock availability) There is no cost to attend, but attendees are encouraged to bring money for any refreshments required as you walk around. Leica users of all kinds are welcome, and so are those who don't own a Leica but wish to learn more about the brand and the beautiful products that they offer. For current updates and more information, we have an event page on our Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lcebristol/.
  17. Take it with a grain of salt but I saw on LeicaRumors that the M10 will be added to Leica's a la carte program in a few months... http://leicarumors.com/2017/02/13/leica-m10-camera-to-be-added-to-the-a-la-carte-program-in-the-next-few-months.aspx/ It would be interesting if this is how they handle the "MP" version of the M10...i.e. order via a la carte program...
  18. rim_light

    M10 und WLAN

    Moin, hat schon jemand es geschafft, die M10 über die App mit dem Smartphone zu verbinden? Bin da am Verzweifeln - und dabei von Fuji und Nikon einiges gewöhnt.... Ja, Handbuch habe ich gelesen und auch so umgesetzt... Und ja, ich habe tatsächlich schon eine Danke für eure Hilfe. Viele Grüße Stefan
  19. Hi Guys, Has anyone tried the newly released Handevision IBERIT series of lenses on your M camera? Just looking for some input on what looks to be a valuable alternative. Thanks. Robert E
  20. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For Sale
    • Used

    Zum Verkauf steht eine schwarze Leica M10. Ich habe die Kamera am 24. Februar 2017 im deutschen Fachhandel (Audiophil Aachen) neu erworben. Produziert wurde die Kamera lt. Umverpackung am 15.02.2017. Die Gewährleistung läust somit noch bis 24. Februar 2019. Die Rechnung sowie die die Verpackung mit allen Bestandteilen ist vorhanden. Bis auf das Kameragehäuse, den Akku und das Ladegerät ist der Lieferumfang noch original verpackt und hat den Karton noch nicht verlassen. Das auf den Bildern abgebildete Objektiv ist nicht Bestandteil des Angebots. Da sich die Anzahl der Auslösungen nicht an der Kamera auslesen lässt, kann ich hierzu keine genauen Angaben machen. Ich habe im Lightroom nachgesehen, dort sind 3485 Aufnahmen mit der M10 zu finden. Da ich jedoch keine verlässliche Schätzung machen kann, wie viele Bilder ich gelöscht habe, könnte ich nur spekulieren. Das lasse ich ... Tendenziell gehöre ich aber zu den Jägern und Sammlern, die Bilder nur löschen, wenn die grob fehlbelichtet oder (ungewollt) unscharf sind, die Anzahl der tatsächlichen Aufnahmen dürfte somit nicht signifikant höher sein. Es sind dezente Gebrauchsspuren wie leichte Glanzstellen über den Riemenösen zu finden, insgesamt ist die Kamera technisch natürlich einwandfrei und optisch in einem sehr guten Zustand (siehe Bilder). Die Schutzfolie ist noch auf dem Gehäuseboden, die Kamera war noch nicht auf einem Stativ befestigt. Das Display hat keine Kratzer oder andere Beschädigungen, es war ab Inbetriebnahme mit einer Schutzfolie versehen. Ich verkaufe das Kameragehäuse für 4.750 Euro. Die Kamera kann sehr gerne vor einem Erwerb in Aachen in Augenschein geommen und getestet werden. Mitgeliefert worn noch ein Thumbie mit Gebruchsspuren (brassing).

    4,750.00 EUR

  21. From the album: M 10 exercises

    This is the first photo I took with the M10, in Wetzlar Leica Shop. An homage to my wife who encouraged me to buy and use it, soon!
  22. From the album: DJGR33R

    © DJGR33R

  23. From the album: DJGR33R

    © DJGR33R

  24. From the album: DJGR33R

    © DJGR33R

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