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  1. Time Left: 12 days and 12 hours

    • For Sale
    • Used

    I purchased this new just a year ago. Barely used. I use my R lenses on an SL, so this is an unnecessary accessory for me. Sale includes: Visoflex 020 base plate Leica nylon pouch box, instructions Lovely leather Art di Mano case (retails for $129 at Leica Store Miami) Shipping is at your expense and must be insured. Import duties at your expense. Item ships from Seattle, USA. High resolution pictures (and more than the 5 permitted here) are here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1d-te2fFJBZD0tXBS2xf5myb7zlmEFd84?usp=sharing. Thanks. dritz40 (on that auction site)

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  2. Janina Mock, Produkttrainerin der Leica Camera AG, erläutert hier anschaulich die Leica Perspective Control: https://de.leica-camera.com/Fotografie/Leica-M/Leica-M10-R/Technische-Einblicke
  3. Has anyone else had any problems connecting the GPS to the M10 Monochrom? Most of the time, I see in the rear screen that the GPS icon has an "x" through it...obviously not connected. I have the Visoflex connected to the camera and the GPS turned on in the menu. I realize there are areas that pose a problem for GPS connections, but I have tried various types of environments. Am I missing something? I've only had it connect sporadically over the past few weeks. Thanks.
  4. 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
  5. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For Sale
    • Used

    Leica M10 Monochrom. Fully boxed with all documentation and in as new condition. £5500

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  6. I currently have an MP (240) and a 35 summilux. I was at the leica store today and the employee mentioned when I decide to upgrade my camera I should look at the M10 or SL. He then said the SL was probably best because of cost and proceeded to show me a sample of the SL with 35 lux (with adapter) The focusing was great to me but did feel bulky. My question is - If I'm really just going to use it with my M lens does it make sense to go SL route? I know it would be alot cheaper; but not sure on performance difference etc. Apologies if this was asked previously in another post and thank you for any response.
  7. Hallo, bei meiner neuen, gebraucht erworbenen M10 werden die Fotos auf dem Kopf stehend (d.h. um 180° gedreht) auf die App und in Lightroom exportiert. Von der Kamera werden sie zuvor richtig angezeigt. Kennt jemand das Phänomen? Kann es evtl an dem alten Objektiv liegen (Summiron f 35mm, 1:3,5)? Bin dankbar für Eure Hilfe
  8. Just got my M10 and have been somewhat disappointed by the colors. In some circumstances, they’re absolutely great. In others (and shooting situations which I frequently shoot - backlit subjects who have lighter skin tones), they fall apart when I do any serious color grading. I’ve attached a link for reference. Notice the majority of influence over the skin tones is determined by the purple slider. In my experience on professional Canon systems (as well as Fuji), skin tones are generally captured in the Oranges, Reds, and Yellows. On occasion, I’ve noticed them “bleeding” into the Purples/Magentas, but generally it’s an easy correction with a hue adjustment toward red in Lightroom. This has happened more on my Fuji gear than my Canon, which I thought was just a product of the XTRANS. Images for reference. Note: I’ve increased each slider to 100 to illustrate the influence of the respective slider, not as an artistic decision. https://imgur.com/gallery/mFTvTGz I’ve had to do more “additive” color editing (color grading with added oranges/yellows in the mid tones) to get even close to the effect I desire to be consistent with my professional body of work, but it’s tedious and feels more like a workaround as opposed to simply a different process. Is this a hallmark of these sensors? Has anyone else had an issue with skin tones merging into the purples? The issue here is that it doesn’t give me precise and consistent control over tonalities which are consistent with my other work. Not only that, but as opposed to adjusting a couple of sliders to produce the look, I’m adjusting literally three times more to try and get close and, eventually compromise, on the desired look. Also, here is an attached photo with the exposure info as well as histogram illustrating that I’m shooting at base ISO, and exposed with the limitations of the M10 sensor in mind. https://imgur.com/gallery/v2EPnGf I want to add that I’ve been shooting for over a decade. This certainly isn’t my first rodeo. The only thing left for me to try is making my own custom color profile, but in over a decade of shooting, this has never been a requisite to get the colors I want out of my photos. Does the M10-R improve on any of these shortcomings? Also, I want to preempt against any comments telling me I’m just confused or apologetics from Leica koolaid mixers. I’ve read some responses on this forum before from some of them and they seem to be obstinately opposed to the notion that perhaps the sensors in these cameras aren’t as good. While DXOMark gives the M10 a higher overall score than my 6D, in my experience, the colors are more pliable. Finally, my artistic discretion is going to differ from yours. I have seen a lot of photos posted here in discussion which are also effectively SOOC, with minimal correction. I have a stylized look I go for, which requires flexible colors.
  9. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For Sale
    • New

    Die Kamera war ein Spontankauf beim Fachhändler kurz vor Weihnachten. Ich habe ein paar Auslösungen damit gemacht, bleibe aber aufgrund eines zu großen Leica-Fuhrparks doch bei meiner M10-P - so schön die Kamera auch ist. Vielleicht freut sich hier jemand über diese tolle Kamera. Die Folien sind überall noch drauf - auch auf dem rückwärtigen Display. Die Originalrechnung vom 16.12.2020 gibt es für die Garantie und Registrierung natürlich dazu.

    6,900.00 EUR

  10. 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.
  11. UltraDan

    M10 / M240

    I have posted this on the M240 forum but thought I'd ask the same question here as well as it's relevant to this forum : Question to those that have used or have both of the above cameras - is there much IQ difference between the two? I'm guessing that the M10 just has slightly better ISO performance? looking at both of these and struggling to find a reason to pay the extra for the M10 other than it's the latest and greatest. thanks
  12. Question to those that have used or have both of the above cameras - is there much IQ difference between the two? I'm guessing that the M10 just has slightly better ISO performance? looking at both of these and struggling to find a reason to pay the extra for the M10 other than it's the latest and greatest. thanks
  13. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • For Sale
    • Used

    RESERVIERT Verkaufe aus Sammlung eine Leica M 10 silber. Die silberne Version ist vom Werk her ausverkauft. Die Kamera ist sehr wenig benutzt worden und hat zwei minimale Gebrauchsspuren. Das Display und der Sucher sind frei von Kratzern. Der original Leica-Akku ist dabei, die Kameraschatulle, sowie ein unbenutzter Tragegurt, ein Ladegerät, Anleitung und mehrere Kabel. Mit dabei ist das 224 Seiten starke Buch "Leica M10" von Michel Birnbacher. PDF als Leseprobe: https://www.franzis.de/media/pdf/3c/b0/d5/60648-6_LP_Kamerabuch-Leica-M10.pdf?sPartner=1134 Dies ist ein Privatverkauf- I send only within EU. FOTOS-- weiter unten! bitte runterscollen

    4,700.00 EUR

  14. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For Sale
    • Used

    The camera is used, and was CLA'd by Leica NJ in June 2020 [PCB replaced, rangefinder adjustment, clean] Selling with all original accessories, box, papers. Selling to finance an M10-R. Paypal [Please add fees or send by "Friends and Family"], Venmo, Zelle payment. Price 4000 USD Selling from USA (Boston, MA), Shipping: 2 Day, Insured to US: $100.

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  15. Hi all I've not used flash very much apart from as fill-in for portraits, but I have an upcoming project that may require a little more of it. I have a Leica SF40 flash which I know can work as a slave when combined with the right master unit. Any suggestions as to what the right master unit would be? Thanks.
  16. As background, some years ago Leica produced a collectable M9 Titan, all titanium including the 35mm 'lux. Part of the kit that came with it was a very nice holster and also three sizes of finger loops. These finger loops attached directly to the side of the M9. The combination worked superbly. Now, to get the same functionality with an M10 you need to buy a hand grip ($us415) plus a finger loop ($us135 each). $us650 just to get the finger loop function when it was designed into the M9 years ago, without having to fit a new bottom on the camera. See https://www.kenrockwell.com/leica/m9/titanium.htm to see the attached finger loop. The current offering is clunky and unnecessarily complex. Leica where are you? When can we see that M9 Titan finger loop on an M10 or M11? btw the holster with the M9 Titan looked and worked well, except for no top strap. It meant that if one bent over too far the camera fell out. I notice that newer holsters have such a strap, though it slows down a quick draw. The guy with the Titan will shoot first. Meanwhile, does any third party make finger loops that attach direct to the M10? The Wotancraft wrist strap is close, but not good enough.
  17. Hola everyone, I hope you are having a beautiful day. I just would like to share with you an article I published in my Journal: https://dennisberti.com/my-journal/leica-m10-menu-settings It's pretty basic, with all my essential settings. If you a new in the Leica world, it could be interesting reading. If you are an experienced user like most of you in the LUF, you can just skip the words and take a look at the screen photos. So you can compare my settings with yours, and share your feedback here. Good vibes, D.
  18. Started a new blog and shared my experience with M10 and a vintage Elmar 35mm. Comments and feedbacks are welcome. https://hintingimage.com/uts-business-school-leica-m10-elmar-35mm-screw-mount-the-alternative-approach-to-my-architectural-photography
  19. © rosewood

  20. From the album: M 10 exercises

  21. From the album: M 10 exercises

    From the first "roll" with the m10, handheld in Mulhouse
  22. 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!
  23. From the album: DJGR33R

    © DJGR33R

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