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This happened to me twice in the last few weeks with my new M10-R. This never happened to me before and I've imported over 40,000 photos into Lightroom with various Leica and non-Leica cameras. I tried to rebuild 1:1 and Smart previews, but it seems that the DNG itself is damaged and not the preview. Luckily, these two images are not important to me, but it could be the important ones in the future. Anyone experienced anything similar?

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vor 6 Stunden schrieb hirohhhh:

This happened to me twice in the last few weeks with my new M10-R. This never happened to me before and I've imported over 40,000 photos into Lightroom with various Leica and non-Leica cameras. I tried to rebuild 1:1 and Smart previews, but it seems that the DNG itself is damaged and not the preview. Luckily, these two images are not important to me, but it could be the important ones in the future. Anyone experienced anything similar?

For me, 3 possibles issues (which all are related to processing speed)

- Slow and/or unsupported SD card

- Multiple shots very quickly producing a buffer overflow 

- Electronic shutter dysfunctions

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3 hours ago, SiggiGun said:

For me, 3 possibles issues (which all are related to processing speed)

- Slow and/or unsupported SD card

- Multiple shots very quickly producing a buffer overflow 

- Electronic shutter dysfunctions

Most likely the 2nd one. I did in both cases fire rapidly couple shots while chasing kids.

Don't think it's the sd card. It's Hoodman SDXC II V90 that worked great on both SL2 and M10-R for over a year.

Electronic shutter... hm... maybe, but I doubt, it's a new camera.

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