Old 10-03-2014   #241
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Another good operational question... I suppose one could just put it on B and hold the shutter button down or use a locking cable release.
Not a good method, it leaves the sensor active and invites trouble is what I've been told.
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Old 10-03-2014   #242
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Sean simply has no trust to extend to his readers and no imagination about how to deliver his work effectively and profitably. I had a subscription for a year, and let it lapse because trying to read the content was too onerous to bother.

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Old 10-03-2014   #243
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Another good operational question... I suppose one could just put it on B and hold the shutter button down or use a locking cable release.
The shutter button on the Edition 60 is not threaded for a cable release.

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Old 10-04-2014   #244
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Geez, I expect Leica has arranged a suitable method for sensor cleaning!
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Geez, I expect Leica has arranged a suitable method for sensor cleaning!
Send it to Wetzlar!

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Old 10-04-2014   #246
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Send it to Wetzlar!

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It's not that practical from this side of the world. But there's hope, a Leica store will open in our country this October, hopefully they do CLA and repairs.
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Old 10-05-2014   #247
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Sean Reid / Reid Reviews has a test sample of this camera and has put up a preliminary review on his pay site. Interesting reading, with descriptions of how it works. Like... how can it format an SD card? It appears Leica has done a very good job dealing the varied consequences of removing the screen and related controls.
I think this is a good indication that Leica intends to add a standard version of this camera to its lineup. Although I am not in the market for one, I am looking forward to reading about how various functions are now accessed without the lcd.
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