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  1. Many owners have experienced a broken battery clip with their X1, X2, X-E, X Vario or X camera (the small grey plastic retaining clip inside the battery compartment). Leica service in The Netherlands was kind enough to send me a new clip for free. While putting it in, I looked for a way to prevent this from happening again. I think the problem is caused by the rather heavy battery which, after a few years, is too much for the quite fragile clip to handle when the camera is put down on a solid object such as a table or other impacts. There is a space of a few mm. between the clip and the inside
  2. Having noticed that my (wonderful) new Vario tends to overexpose more often than I'm used to, I decided to test the camera's light meter using the Sunny/16 rule. Using a high quality 18 percent grey card in direct sunlight, I made a series of measurements that raise more questions than I myself can answer, so I'm hoping some of you may be able to help. The idea is that the camera, using aperture priority, should pick a shutter speed equal to the ISO value. Instead, with spot metering, the shutter speeds are double the expected value: ISO 100 : 1/200 ISO 200 : 1/400 ISO 400 : 1/800 etcete
  3. As I new (and proud) owner of an X Vario (shame on XVarior and Guytou for getting me the itch ), I am currently experimenting with color rendition, high ISO, controls, ... and I stumbled on this this morning. Just look at the bottom right and it looks like an incidental source of light (there were none) or specular reflection. Sun (hidden by a thin layer of clouds) was above my left shoulder at 90° with respect to the shooting direction. 1/2000 s, f/3.5, ISO 100 at 28 mm The lens hood is the JJC LH-XV, as recommended by Waloszek in his excellent review. So, could this be lens
  4. Knowing I'm preaching to the choir, just wanted to say how much of an absolute joy the X Vario has been. On Sunday, my wife went into early labor and I grabbed the X Vario as the camera to use in case my daughter was born early. As it turns out, she was and the XV performed amazingly. The NICU where my newborn daughter currently resides is very lowly lit. The slow lens was not a problem and focus was spot on in all situations. Battery life was good, and unlike my M, it was nice to be able to hand off the camera to a nurse for the family photo. Also, the recently purchased FlashAir c
  5. Whenever I get the urge to replace my X Vario I re-read this, https://photo.imx.nl/camera/styled-10/. And the urge disappears.
  6. Marine Drive, Mumbai. Also know as the Queen’s necklace. X Vario
  7. Liebe Leica-Gemeinde, gern würde ich eure Expertise anzapfen für einen nahenden Kamerakauf, bei dem mir die Entscheidung seit zwei Wochen sehr schwer fällt. Vielleicht könnt ihr mir die Wahl erleichtern? Ich möchte die Kamera beruflich und privat nutzen. Im Job vor allem für Architektur und Stadtbild, auch mit Innen- und Detailaufnahmen. Gefragt ist aber keine professionelle Architektur-Fotografie (was ich als Laie auch gar nicht leisten kann) sondern dokumentarische Bilder. In der Freizeit bin ich meist in der Natur unterwegs. Dort vor allem Landschaft, aber auch hin und wieder ein e
  8. Does anyone have any Thumbs Up type of solutions that work well on the X Vario? That beautiful, heavy lens out front is leaving me with the desire for a bit more grip for my thumb. I already own the hand grip and I have a finger loop on the way, but nothing beats a thumbs up, at least in my experience. Open to any and all suggestions though - thanks.
  9. I visited STEAM museum in Swindon UK, one of many visits over time, to experiment with hand-held photography using higher ISOs than is customary for me. Much to my surprise, and it was well before Christmas, all exhibits were draped in tinsel. So here is my contribution wishing you all a Very Happy Christmas. (X Vario, full aperture, ISO 1250; hand-held; LR5) N.B. For non-Brits, Brunel was a famous pioneering railway engineer who founded the original Bristol to London railway and built his engineering works in a former little village called Swindon, roughly mid-way along the line. Swindon
  10. I have been shooting the x vario for two weeks and am very happy with the results I've had thus far. Yesterday the XV suddenly displayed a green line on the left 1/8 th of the view finder (olympus Ev-2) and shots had a blue saturation! I turned the camera off and the issue disappeared. Any ideas out there? Do I have a defective sensor? Has anyone else run into this problem? Your help is much appreciated.
  11. Little more than a month ago, during my visit to LA, I went to the Leica Store Los Angeles to see the store many photographers talk about, also to discover the Leica X Vario. when I got there, I immediately understood why that store was so loved by those who have visited it. it's an extraordinary visual and emotional experience. I also understood why Leica has called the X Vario a Mini M, simply because it felt like one. I loved that tank feeling of it in my hands... but wait, that was not everything. Mr. Tom Smith from Leica US Akademie came to me to ask if I could join him in his coming Leic
  12. Hallo Leica X Vario Freunde, gibt es noch Alternativen zum EVF 2 ? Oder muss man mit 400,00 € in den sauren Apfel beißen ? Durchblick
  13. Hi everyone. Just bought an X Vario and I normally use a lens hood. I can't find any of the original or JJC replacement 18774 available anywhere. Does anyone have any experience of other hoods at all? I was wondering if the LX100/D-Lux hood would work without vignetting for example. Any suggestions?
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