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By Edwin Ho
I plan to use an external flash on my D-Lux 5. What is the flash synch speed of this camera?
I do have the Leica SF 24D (which I use primarily on my M9) and Olympus S20 flash; both of which are small enough to sit comfortably on the D-Lux 5.
Since acquiring the SF 24D, the Olympus S20 has been relegated to the the drawer, but it is still a very competent little flash!
Both flashes will be used in automatic or manual mode only. Obviously TTL mode on the SF 24D will not work on the the D-Lux 5.
I am a new user of Leica X.
I would like to know anyone here tried out the different menu settings for Film Mode, Sharpness, Saturation and Contrast. I have applied "standard" all the time. Wonder what would be a good combination.
Also, do these settings affect the DNG file?
I have been enjoying my T esp with M lens and find this camera a joy to use. I decided to stop my GAS and truly get to learn the camera. I sat with the manual ( after having the camera now for about a year), and am trying to learn as much as I can.
the English section of the manual states that you can use the right dial to adjust the Contrast, Sharpness and Saturation( yes I know I can do his in my image processing), once I enter a film mode such as STANDARD. The right dial ( or left for that matter) does not do as described. I contacted Leica and they corroborated that fact.
when I use the touchscreen it only has 2 positions- halfway and all the way to the end to adjust these settings
there is no fine tuning.
I was out of town his week and had no Comouter or Internet access so wanted to learn how to make these changes for the future. Anyone tried this before?
this is the second problem I found with the manual. The first was trying to do Program shift using the dip. Apparently it won't work in Auto Iso- not mentioned in the manual. A call to Leica again is what explained why my Program shift was not working as the manual suggested
hope is helps someone else who may have the same question.
Ihr seid meine letzte Chance: ich suche eine Möglichkeit meine Reisekamera, eine D-Lux 5, per Fernauslöser, Funk oder Infrarot oder wie auch immer, auszulösen. Auf meinen Radreisen würde ich gerne die Aufnahme auf dem Rad sitzend per Fernauslöser auslösen und nicht jedes Mal wie ein Hase vor dem Selbstauslöser zum Rad rennen.
Ich habe in mehreren Geschäften nachgefragt, gegoogelt und selbst mit dem Leica-Werk Kontakt gehabt. Keiner weiß eine Lösung! Kann mir jemand helfen?
Das Problem scheint zu sein, dass für die normalen Funkfernauslöser an der Kamera kein Eingang vorhanden ist. Kann man da nich einen Ausgang umprogrammieren?