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M9 spotted in Leica Youtube Video...

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Has the S-mode gone too?

 

(Sorry, I don't own and M8, so I have nothing to compare this snippet with... But I am very interested

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Edited by andybarton

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I thought so too at first, was going to post but then changed my mind. Now every time I re-run it I think I catch a very brief glimpse of M9 on the body, before it switches to M8 again in the next few frames.

Still not totally sure, but we'll know for sure a week on Wednesday.....

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Here is a screen shot. Notice the ISO button below the delete button. The video then shows the top plate without the small lcd screen on top. - Nick

Edited by NickEgg

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Explain why this is different from an M8.

 

If you stop the video at 54 seconds there's a shot of the back of the camera. One of the buttons is labelled 'ISO' - where the 'Protect' button is on the M8 or M8.2.

 

At 58 seconds there's shot of the top plate that has a ridge not present in the M8 or M8.2

Edited by stunsworth

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Creative editing. After the closeup shot of the M9, it switches to a guy holding an M8. The close up is of an M9. ISO button, no counter, etc.

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sec 54 - you can see an iso button instead of the safe button and self timer in the menue.

cheers

andy

 

i am happy that i already orded mine m9 4 weeks ago. and i will get at the ninth. yeahhhh

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It's there - pause it at 54 seconds and watch - they're playing with us :-)) - no doubt about it :-)

 

Yup,

 

ISO button, different top cover, no counter, no S setting (I can see) on highest 4000 shutter speed dial.

 

And cut to be suggestive....

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