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My Q will not shift from f2.8, no matter what, if I use my phone as control I can change it, but when I close my phone it is back on 2.8, regardless of what I do, and it is not in Macro mode

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I would switch between macro mode and normal mode several times, probably it is an electrical contact problem.   If this does not help, the camera must be repaired or replaced.

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My Q will not shift from f2.8, no matter what, if I use my phone as control I can change it, but when I close my phone it is back on 2.8, regardless of what I do, and it is not in Macro mode

back to wetzlar or?

 

 

I would switch between macro mode and normal mode several times, probably it is an electrical contact problem.

 
If this does not help, the camera must be repaired or replaced.
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I would switch between macro mode and normal mode several times, probably it is an electrical contact problem.

 

If this does not help, the camera must be repaired or replaced.

I`we send it back to Leica

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Porsche can be used daily and is more reliable than Ferrari

My cupholder failed in my Porsche after 7 years. I’m so disappointed in their non-perfect reliability. Lol. My Porsche has been stunningly reliable all 15 years of driving.

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Porsche can be used daily and is more reliable than Ferrari

Yes, but there are areas in Amsterdam where you cannot drive them without being stopped by the police on a regular basis.

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Well first of all it is not a Porsche or a Ferrari. it ain't that fast

 

They want 1.380,00 EUR to fix it, nearly 1/3 of the New price. My love for Leica has cooled. sadly.

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Well if it as a Porsche or Ferrari, and the engine spontaneously exploded, you wouldn’t expect to have to pay for a new one.

 

I hope there is some kind of warranty recourse. Otherwise, that would seem totally ridiculous!

 

No warranty recourse

 
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No warranty recourse

I cannot also attest that some small percentage of Porsche 986 (Boxster) engines do spontaneously implode. IMS bearing failure. For awhile Porsche stood behind them and there was a class action lawsuit. At this point with a 15 year old car, it would all be on me. I think thats pretty much been the case after 8 years old.

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Well first of all it is not a Porsche or a Ferrari. it ain't that fast

 

They want 1.380,00 EUR to fix it, nearly 1/3 of the New price. My love for Leica has cooled. sadly.

 

that's a lot of money....it seems in poor taste that others should joke about it 

 

I get the impression that the Q is very expensive to repair. Mine is well out of warranty, and I'm thinking about selling it, and getting a used M9 (a camera I miss hugely). I'd probably think about getting a Fuji or Sony if I had to cough up nearly 1,400 EUR to repair my Q.

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