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Changing File Names on the M11 can only applied to ONE letter (software bug?)


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Dear all,

I use the M11 for client photo jobs and thus need to change the file names. On my M10M, M10-P and M10-R this is no problem. But on the M11 I can find the option under CAMERA SETTINGS then go to CHANGE FILE NAMES but then I can only change ONE LETTER. On the other Leica M10 versions I was able to change at least 3 letters.

Can you M11 users confirm that? I am not sure whether this is a software bug.

 

Thanks in advance,

Michael

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I also found this change bizarre.

I set my M10-R files to all start with "LMTR".  My M10-M files all start with "LMTM".  

My M11 files all start with... L.

Hopefully Leica can spare us a few more characters with a firmware update, without having to buy an M11-P :)

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3 minutes ago, onasj said:

I also found this change bizarre.

I set my M10-R files to all start with "LMTR".  My M10-M files all start with "LMTM".  

My M11 files all start with... L.

Hopefully Leica can spare us a few more characters with a firmware update, without having to buy an M11-P :)

That's curious. I haven't really spent much time on the file naming FEATURE, but on my M10-R with latest firmware, I could ONLY change the first Letter,
but I didn't spend much time working on this.
Because I have different cameras and prefer the file names to be be easily identified in the computer, I prefer to be able to Name the M files too. 

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