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Hello all,

I have several R lenses that I want to use with my M10-P/Visoflex 020 setup.  None of the R lenses I am likely to use is listed in the "M Selector R" menu.  They are:

135 Elmarit-R

400 Telyt-R

70-270 Vario-Elmar (Jesse Owens edition)

So, can Leica be expected at some point to include these in a future firmware update?  How would I request of Leica?  And, does it matter?

 

Cheers,

Brian

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I don't think Leica will do very much about this. In my opinion they should make it possible to define your own uncoded lenses and a quick menu to select between these. This would only affect EXIF lens data, which is otherwise a bit complex to change in post. But I don't think they will do this. Maybe it's because they want to discourage people from using uncoded lenses, presumably not Leica-manufactured ones.

Fortunately, I don't think lens information has very much, if any, effect on image output for longer focal lengths.

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19 hours ago, bampolsk said:

Hello all,

I have several R lenses that I want to use with my M10-P/Visoflex 020 setup.  None of the R lenses I am likely to use is listed in the "M Selector R" menu.  They are:

135 Elmarit-R

400 Telyt-R

70-270 Vario-Elmar (Jesse Owens edition)

So, can Leica be expected at some point to include these in a future firmware update?  How would I request of Leica?  And, does it matter?

 

Cheers,

Brian

No, it doesn't matter. The only thing you will be missing is the lens information in EXIF.

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