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Leica Digilux 1. First Pana-Leica camera if memory serves but the base was perhaps Canon.

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Digilux 1 too:

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38 minutes ago, lct said:

Leica Digilux 1. First Pana-Leica camera if memory serves but the base was perhaps Canon.

I am fairly sure the first in line was simply called 'Digilux'. The second was Digilux Zoom. Both were basically Fuji cameras. I still have the first Fuji which was called MX700 wigh a 1,5 mp sensor. Your model followed later.

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1 minute ago, wda said:

I am fairly sure the first in line was simply called 'Digilux'. The second was Digilux Zoom. Both were basically Fuji cameras. I still have the first Fuji which was called MX700 wigh a 1,5 mp sensor. Your model followed later.

Yes i know but the Digilux 1 is still an "early Digilux" no? Otherwise i will ask mods to remove my photos.

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5 minutes ago, lct said:

Yes i know but the Digilux 1 is still an "early Digilux" no? Otherwise i will ask mods to remove my photos.

any digilux in early digilux, as far as any concerns. The point here is to show how important MP is! :)

but digilux 2 and digilux 3? your call! 

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16 minutes ago, Einst_Stein said:

yes. it is called digilux  2.4, but not 2.4mp, only 1.

I think you have the early (Fuji) Leica Digilux Zoom. My guess is that your camera is set for low-res JPEG, which would be less than optimum available. Try selecting the maximum resolution, and you should about 2 mp.

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14 minutes ago, wda said:

I think you have the early (Fuji) Leica Digilux Zoom. My guess is that your camera is set for low-res JPEG, which would be less than optimum available. Try selecting the maximum resolution, and you should about 2 mp.

Yes, I sort of remember that. I guess it is by interpolation. The fun is to shoot in such low sensor!

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Another high res pic (4mp :rolleyes:) from Digilux 1:

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Digilux 1 again. Compact, fast and silent. Almost perfect for street too.

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I use my Digilux 1 mostly for infrared now using a 720nm filter ...

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I leave it on AUTO and it seems to do a reasonable job.  Most of my usage has been for 'scenic' images so it's probably on infinity anyway but for the odd closer image (see below) it also seems to work fine.

As the camera has an optical viewfinder this allows me to see the composition I am looking for as there is no need to look through the very dark filter.  Just for the record, I normally use the following settings:

Focus to Auto

WB to Tungsten,

ISO to 100,

Exposure to Aperture Priority

Aperture to f5.6 or f8

2 sec selftimer

Tripod

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Hope that's helpful

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