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Hi everyone,

I've used my M7 for a very long time and my M9 for a little less. I am interested in buying an M10-P (or maybe M10 undecided on that), so I am looking forward to the local Leica shop opening up soon in the next few weeks. I shoot mainly portraits (raw) but sometimes I go for leica jpgs too. On my M9 I've set saturation to medium low and contrast to high. Would any M10 owners who've shot portraits (indoor or outdoor, natural light or artificial) share their M10/M10-P jpg portraits taken at exactly those settings? 

Saturation: medium low (I believe only "low" is an option - stand to be corrected
Contrast: high

Thank you and stay safe,
Oliveir

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Hello Oliveir,

As I'm old jpeg user myself, some older digital users kindly made me understand that jpeg files are for casual or rare use for special situations only.

 

I think that what you are asking can be difficult to obtain.

It would not be helpful at web images size which is far from possibility of M10 files.

 

Myself, I made some .jpeg on my M10 just to see ( comparing with my Monochrom at 10K ISO) in early 2017 when M10 was new, since then I happily only have DNG files.

 

Stay safe,

 

Arnaud

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Thank you for your reply Arnaud. That’s a shame to be honest. For me it’s clear that raw always trumps jpg, but sometimes and on some occasions I don’t mind the camera Manning the colour choices for me, so I don’t have to spend time post. 

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