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What do you mean by that? Sorry, I lost you...

The first curb (named 'pitch curb' IINW) in your link above looks like the curb published by Chasseur d'Images (# 290, page 153).

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In what kind of way could it look the same?

The same scale? The same values? Less? More?

It can't be the same or less, because a dSLR -any- dSLR moves a mirror as well, and this is massive. You don't have a mirror inside the m8. So, what exactly does chaseur d'images trying to prove?

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I refer to the CDI's pitch curb of the M8 of course, not of a DSLR.

As stated above i may not display it here sorry.

All i can say is it looks like the first one of your link above.

For more detail you'll have to order the corresponding issue of CDI i'm afraid.

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Yes for the m8. It only has 2 curtains to move. But what about the rest of dSLRs that also have a mirror that flaps? Noise alone doesn't tell the truth: one can make the camera soundproof with the addition of insulation, but never vibration proof. And thats what Leica tried to do with its upgrade, well both silent and less vibrations.

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CDI measures did not take the M8 upgrade into account as they've been done in January 2007.

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Well, even if the new shutter is (at least in paper) a lot more silent, there is still considerable difference to an dSLR.

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