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On the rear screen what is the meaning of 1K , 32, ...all these numbers  ?
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I think it's the number of images you can still save on the SD card - and I don't think it counts above 1k!

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Remaining space on the card; the number is an approximation of the number of pictures which will fit.

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very strange ... I get generally 1k or 32 
is there any way to customize what can bee seen on the display, I dont need so many information ?
thank you

 

ps : I have the CL since  a small week only

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Check the manual. I don't think you can customise the info. You can toggle between info and no info, but not break it down.

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I've been having minor issues with my 64gb San Disk cards one this weekend locked at 124 images. So after reading this I look at the finder or the screen and ther 32 (I have) 33 seems to be the buffer writing to the card. After you get down to 1 or 0 the shooting rate slows down, though you can keep going if you are holding the shutter down, if you lift your finger off the shutter the camera demands a little time to regenerate the buffer. Experimental evidence, have never found a full manual on the CL.

Tom

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On 2/26/2019 at 8:44 AM, cirke said:

very strange ... I get generally 1k or 32 
is there any way to customize what can bee seen on the display, I dont need so many information ?
thank you

 

ps : I have the CL since  a small week only

Perhaps if you download the online hand book you’ll get the answers. If you contact Leica with your camera serial number, they will send you a hard copy.

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On 3/4/2019 at 8:07 AM, tommonego@gmail.com said:

I've been having minor issues with my 64gb San Disk cards one this weekend locked at 124 images. So after reading this I look at the finder or the screen and ther 32 (I have) 33 seems to be the buffer writing to the card. After you get down to 1 or 0 the shooting rate slows down, though you can keep going if you are holding the shutter down, if you lift your finger off the shutter the camera demands a little time to regenerate the buffer. Experimental evidence, have never found a full manual on the CL.

Tom

Go to http://us.leica-camera.com/Service-Support/Support/Downloads?category=135943&subcategory=145886&type=93705&language=all

All the CL Quick Start and full instruction manuals are downloadable from there. Pick the language you want, download it, have it printed if you so desire. There are services that will print and bind for you if you want a printed instruction manual. I leave it as a PDF in Books on my iPad, and annotate/bookmark it with my notes and  frequently used references. 

As Petercoll says, talk to your dealer with your camera serial number and Leica can send you a hard copy too. I find the PDF far more useful. 

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