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Welcome to the forum :). Main Menu 4 > Customize Control > Wheel Assignment > Right Wheel: Magnification. Then rotate the right wheel to zoom in. 

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2 hours ago, lct said:

Welcome to the forum :). Main Menu 4 > Customize Control > Wheel Assignment > Right Wheel: Magnification. Then rotate the right wheel to zoom in. 

Thanks, I've tried this but can't see the option for magnification?

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8 minutes ago, thegman said:

Thanks, I've tried this but can't see the option for magnification?

Sorry i use only manual lenses so i have not the "Aperture" option. I would ask jaapv or other colleagues using TL lenses on the CL.

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Welcome.

Check your firmware status and next check the Leica support site to see if you have the latest version. I think the facility you seek was not initially avaliable.

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23 minutes ago, wda said:

Welcome.

Check your firmware status and next check the Leica support site to see if you have the latest version. I think the facility you seek was not initially avaliable.

Thanks for info, I updated to latest firmware, according to online info the facilty should be avaialble. I can get the magnification to work when set to manual focus and use the up/down arrows on the 4 way pad.

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