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I just bought an M8 camera in good condition with about 4750 shoots. Yesterday however something very strange happens. I had an 8GB 30 MB/sec San Disk card into the camera with various photos from last days. Yesterday I took some photos in 2 different places and I was able to see all photos in the LCD of the camera. When I put the card on my Mac Book Pro and C1 to retrieve the photos , to my surprise some of them was not there !! In fact I could see all photos of the previous days , I could see the last shoots of yesterday , but I lost all photos I took early yesterday !! Wh
I know this has probably been posted (many times) before and this is more me venting as Leica still haven't got their act together on this one. So here I am with a ridiculously expensive camera and I get streaks across my photos when I dial up the ISO. And we stand here and accept that you should only use lower quality SHDC cards in the M9 and that is somehow OK and we must accept this. It's embarrassing when I have to explain to my wife why my photos were ruined and its not unreasonable for her to be angry about it as I spent quite a bit of our money on it. And then I hear myself telli
Ok, so it's Christmas Day and we are taking some photos using our faithful travel companion Leica M9. My partner notices that the frame lines in the view finder are larger than normal for the 50mm f2 lens and this is due to the lens not being fully twisted into place and setting the correct frame lines. No issue, I removed the lens and reattached it, frame lines re-appear in the correct place and all is back to normal, or so we thought. Straight away the optical viewfinder said "FULL" and on the LCD display it quoted "Attention SD Card Locked". We have been using Sandisk Ultra cards for ov