- In reply to: David Farkas wrote a new post, Thoughts on the Next Generation Leica S With the recent string of successful camera and lens introductions over the past few years, Leica has made the process of choosing a camera much more difficult. In the not-so-distant past, certain individual […] View
As a current SL and M10 user, I almost abandoned the SL for the Fuji GFX in lieu of their recent sales program. Why? The lethargic roll-out of the SL lenses. I am extremely disappointed in the progress on this front whilst we see the introduction of the TL2, the CL, the Chamber, the 28 Summaron and the 75 Nocti. Really Leica, there's more demand…[Read more]
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I'd be happy to pass along any information I can. Having spent almost twenty years in pharmaceutical research, I have studied many different disease states so am quite familiar with a variety of pathogens. This one is particularly nasty because it is…[Read more]
Thanks Phil. I tried that but with the Arca Swiss Z1 I can only clamp a portion of the plate before the cable becomes an impediment. I'll check out Kirk's solution. RRS does have spacers, but they are only 1.25 inches, which means I would have to stack spacers. A nuisance for sure, and at that point any extra stability gained from using an…[Read more]
Jeff Plomley replied to the topic Suggestions for feature additions in future S2 firmware updates in the forum S2 9 years, 6 months ago
Possibly a menu item which allows the user to input an autofocus calibration offset, not unlike that offered by Nikon/Canon and others. A friends Pentax 645D has this feature, and it has proven most beneficial.