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By NZDavidWith my Leica M9 I just whip out the SD card, put it into the slot, select the picture file and upload it to the desktop. Couldn’t be simpler.
But trying to do the same with the iPhone is problematic. I hooked up a USB cable, and the iMac didn’t recognize it. I had to hunt around and then could only open pictures in Photos. I just want the photos on the desktop. Yes, I can also use airdrop but you have to do them picture by picture, which is slow. I seldom do this, but want to help a friend load her iPhone pictures (several thousand from a European trip!) onto her laptop (possibly a Widows machine). So what’s the best way to do it?
By jevidonI had connectivity problems with my Leica T and the iPhone app. Leica TL.
I now have the TL2 and it still won't connect to my camera. I discarded the TL
app. and re-installed. Its still won't pair. My little DXO One pairs just fine with
the DXO One app. on the same iPhone. Why can't Leica do it right? The iPhone
pairing is not something I will do frequently, but it would be nice if it were available
when I do want to use it.
Is anyone else having this problem, and if so, has anyone solved it? If so, please help.
By michaelbogdanHey all!
While anxiously waiting for this camera to become available, I was wonder if you can connect the TL2 directly to an iPhone or iPad using a Lightning to USB-C cable to import photos. Not sure is there is some kind of active component in the camera adapter that Apple sells, or if you'll be to import simply with this cable. Thanks in advanced!
By jrpWorkflow and image processing capacity suggest that technical progress will render conventional digital cameras obsolete for non-specialist uses, particularly fixed-focus length ones: