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Is it possible to make a double exposure on the M10 - Monochrom? I have scoured the M10-M Instruction Manual and could find no reference about double exposures. (The feature is available on the Fujifilm X100F & XT-3 and it offers the ability to make some unique images).

Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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A double exposure, with two different shutter actuations, is not possible, with a digital M, by any means known to me. One can use one long exposure, to “cheat” the system, with one example being in total or near-total darkness, using a flash as the “shutter,” for each exposure that one desires. It would take more math, or more experimentation, but using one long exposure, in somewhat more-illuminated environment, may be possible, by manually covering the objective end of the lens, between “exposures.” I have never tried the latter, but have used multiple firing of flash, to light different portions of one scene, in darkness, with cameras other than Leica M.

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A double exposure, with two different shutter actuations, is not possible, with a digital M, by any means known to me. One can use one long exposure, to “cheat” the system, with one example being in total or near-total darkness, using a flash as the “shutter,” for each exposure that one desires. It would take more math, or more experimentation, but using one long exposure, in somewhat more-illuminated environment, may be possible, by manually covering the objective end of the lens, between “exposures.” I have never tried the latter, but have used multiple firing of flash, to light different portions of one scene, in darkness, with cameras other than Leica M.

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you can do as many exposure as you wish by means of flash and bulb mode/ flash operated without the camera, by hand. camera with open shutter. in a pub, 4 - 8 seconds with f 11 ISO 320 and a flash with decent power you can get 4 or more overlapping images.

 

in sunlight, no chance in practise, but outside, night time, very easy. only and main issue is the recover time which requires a black shot for noise reduction so 1 picture (multiexposure set) every 10 seconds or so...

 

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Use reflections to create the effect - many just use photoshop and blend multiple images to suit. 

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