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Hello everyone, since the update I can not remove the visualization of the image in the viewfinder, I explain: once a photo is made, as long as you do not release the shutter, the photo taken remains displayed. However, I removed the auto view of photos. Before the update, I did not have this phenomenon. It's quite painful because I like working by soliciting the trigger constantly to keep the point ... If you have a solution I'm super taker! This MAJ has good things but must rummage through the menus that I have apparently not done enough!

Thank you in advance.

 

 

The image stays as long as you keep the shutter button fully pressed. If you release the shutter button, the image preview stops. Then you can half press the shutter button again to focus.

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The image stays as long as you keep the shutter button fully pressed. If you release the shutter button, the image preview stops. Then you can half press the shutter button again to focus.

 

Yes ok, I know this, but why not keep the old settings too? It's a no sense. Because if you shoot quickly and in succession you can have problems, sometimes you can see the picture just taken, it is not as fluid as before. if you put in the menu autoplay Off, should be  Off..

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The image stays as long as you keep the shutter button fully pressed. If you release the shutter button, the image preview stops. Then you can half press the shutter button again to focus.

 

yes. that`s exactly what we wrote

but we want a solution like it was in firmware 2.0

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yes. that`s exactly what we wrote

but we want a solution like it was in firmware 2.0

I'm with you :-) what we can do?? I can't work in this way

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I'm with you :-) what we can do?? I can't work in this way

 

switch back to 2.0? but i can´t find anywhere previous versions. 

i wrote to the support today. maybe they have a hint.

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just found version 2.0 on softpedia. but i don`t know if an update may work or kill the q software...

 

I hope somebody in Leica will notice the bullshit they did. But in a hurry, we had two fimware in three years ..

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switch back to 2.0? but i can´t find anywhere previous versions. 

i wrote to the support today. maybe they have a hint.

ok let me know what they say you. Thanks.

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I hope somebody in Leica will notice the bullshit they did. But in a hurry, we had two fimware in three years ..

 

just tried it... downgrade does not work

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ok let me know what they say you. Thanks.

 

Oh that seems annoying - glad I read what the guinea pigs have found before I upgraded.  Now wondering if other "features" outweigh this. Wonder why something like this would have been changed - very un-camera like behavior?  I suppose I can get in the habit of quickly tapping the button, but gee-wiz, why is that a good idea?

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they did a nice job with the 3.0 but with this crap of fixed autoplay they ruined everything. it depends a lot on the type of photo you make, for me it's annoying, maybe for others less

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Glad to hear about this image preview issue. I thought I was doing something wrong or somehow hadn't noticed this behavior before.  Seems like an easy fix to add to 3.1

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Thanks to this forum ... I talked about Summilux.com, not a single return !! it is a serious problem and it is incredible not to be able to withdraw via the menu ... but it's still funny that no one has spoken before! so to follow and THANK YOU AGAIN (sorry for my bad english, i'm french and translated on google !!!)

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Well I just tried to take quick shots and this is really not an issue to me, probably because I always release the shutter button immediately after taking a picture.

Even if you half release the shutter button, the image preview goes off.

 

I don't quite understand why one would keep the button fully pressed after taking a picture, it makes no sense to me.

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I don't quite understand why one would keep the button fully pressed after taking a picture, it makes no sense to me.

 

 

I do sometimes if I'm taking photos at night with a very slow shutter speed. I depress & release the shutter very slowly to avoid any shake that the OIS can't cope with.

 

Not a big deal but I wish I could switch it off.

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Well I just tried to take quick shots and this is really not an issue to me, probably because I always release the shutter button immediately after taking a picture.

Even if you half release the shutter button, the image preview goes off.

 

I don't quite understand why one would keep the button fully pressed after taking a picture, it makes no sense to me.

 

Oh, maybe I misunderstood the issue - I thought it held the preview, regardless. I don't think I hold the button after a shot.  Actually this may be a handy way to have a preview with auto-preview set off.

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I don't quite understand why one would keep the button fully pressed after taking a picture, it makes no sense to me.

 

 

Guess: Action shots in continuous mode where you want to follow a moving target.

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Guess: Action shots in continuous mode where you want to follow a moving target.

In AF-C and burst mode there is no preview.

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In AF-C and burst mode there is no preview.

I don’t care, I want preview COMPLETELY OFF too, like before, why does Leica cancel it? Every mirrorless have this function.

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