Compact digital rangefi nder system camera with a dedicated black-and-white image sensor.
Leica M bayonet with additional sensor for six-bit coding.
Active area approx. 23.9 × 35.8 mm, 5212 × 3468 pixels (18 megapixels). Infrared blocking fi lter for wavelengths longer than 700 nm, no low-pass fi lter.
Selectable, DNG™: 5212 × 3468 (18 megapixels), JPEG: 5216 × 3472 (18 megapixels), 3840 × 2592 (10 megapixels), 2592 × 1728 (4.5 megapixels), 1728 × 1152 (2 megapixels), 1280 × 864 (1 megapixel).
DNG™ (raw data), uncompressed, JPEG with quality-preserving compression.
DNG™: 18 MB (compressed), 36 MB (uncompressed), JPEG: approx. 2–10 MB.
SD cards up to 2 GB, SDHC cards up to 32 GB.
German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, traditional Chinese, simplifi ed Chinese, Russian.
Through-the-lens (TTL) metering, center-weighted at working aperture.
Center-weighted TTL metering for fl ash with system-compatible SCA-3000/2 standard fl ash units.
At f/1.0/ISO 320/26°: EV 1 to 21.
The left triangular LED in the viewfi nder blinks when light levels are outside the lower metering range.
ISO 320/26° to ISO 10000/41°, selectable in 1/3 ISO increments, in aperture priority automatic mode (A) and manual exposure setting, optional automatic control or manual selection. ISO 160 also available as a pull function.
Hot shoe with center and control contacts.
Choice of fi rst or second curtain sync.
= 1/180 s, longer shutter speeds may be used.
Control by center-weighted, TTL prefl ash metering (with SCA-3501/3502 adapters or SCA-3000 standard fl ash units, e.g. Leica SF 24D/Leica SF 58).
Two silicon photodiodes with condenser lens in camera base.
± 3 1/3 EV in 1/3 EV increments, adjustable on SCA-3501/3502 adapter. Settings in computer mode for Leica SF 24D, ± 3 EV in 1/3 EV increments, or from 0 to –3 EV in 1 EV increments, with Leica SF 58, ± 3 EV in 1/3 EV increments may be set in all modes.
Flash ready: constant illumination of fl ash symbol LED in the viewfi nder, fl ash confi rmation: constant illumination or temporary rapid fl ashing of LED after exposure, underexposure indicated by temporary extinguishing of LED.
Large, bright, combined bright-line viewfi nder with automatic parallax compensation.
Page 1 of 2 I As at July 2012 I Specifi cations are subject to change without notice Leica Camera AG I Oskar-Barnack-Strasse 11 I 35606 SOLMS I GERMANY I Telephone +49(0)6442-208-0 I Fax +49(0)6442-208-333 I The horizontal and vertical differences between the viewfinder and the lens are automatically compensated for in accordance with the focusing distance set, i.e. the bright-line frame of the viewfinder automatically moves to match the subject field covered by the respective lens.
By projection of two bright-line frames with each lens attached: for 35 and 135 mm, for 28 and 90 mm, or for 50 and 75 mm. Automatically displayed when lens bayonet locks into the lens mount. Any of the pairs of bright-line frames can be displayed by moving the frame selection lever.
Set to –0.5 diopters. Correction lenses for –3 to +3 diopters available.
At a focusing distance of 1 meter, the size of the bright-line frame corresponds precisely to the sensor size of approx. 23.9 × 35.8 mm. At infinity, and depending on the focal length of the lens in use, more of the sensor is covered than the bright-line frame actually shows; the opposite is the case for focusing distances of less than 1 meter, i. e. somewhat less.
Bright rectangular spot (RF spot) with coincident and superimposed image rangefinder in the center of the viewfinder.
47.1 mm (mechanical rangefinder base 69.25 mm × viewfinder magnification 0.68 x).
LED symbol for flash status (on lower edge). Four-digit, seven-segment digital LED display, display brightness adapts to ambient light conditions, for: exposure compensation activation warning, display of automatically determined shutter speeds in aperture priority mode, reminder of activated exposure value lock.
LED light balance with two triangular outer and one round central LED for manual exposure setting.
2.5" monitor (color TFT-LCD) with 230,000 pixels.
Microprocessor-controlled, extremely low-noise, metal-leaf, vertical focal-plane shutter.
In aperture priority mode (A), continuous from 32 s to 1/4000 s. In manual mode, 8 s to 1/4000 s in half increments, B for time exposures up to max. 240 s, (1/180 s) shortest flash sync speed.
Approx. 2 fps, ≤ 8 frames in sequence.
Three steps: activation of metering – store metering values (in aperture priority mode) – shutter release. Standard internal threading for remote release.
2 s (in aperture priority or manual exposure modes) or 12 s delay menu setting option,countdown is indicated by a flashing LED on the front of the camera and a corresponding display on the monitor.
With main switch located on the top deck, optional sleep mode for camera electronics after 2/5/10 minutes, reactivation by tapping shutter release button.
Rechargeable lithium-ion battery, nominal voltage 3.7 V, capacity 1900 mAh. Charge level displayed on monitor screen, when shutter locked in open position (for sensor cleaning), additional acoustic warning signal for insufficient capacity.
Inputs: 100–240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, automatic adaptation, or 12/24 V DC; output: 4.2 V DC, 800 mA.
Full-metal housing in die-cast magnesium alloy with synthetic leather trim. Brass top deck and base plate, black chrome finish. Sapphire glass protective cover for the monitor screen.
A 1/4 (1/4") DIN, stainless steel, integrated in base plate.
Five-pin, high-speed mini USB 2.0 socket for fast data transfer.
Approx. 139 × 80 × 37 mm (353 × 203 × 94 in).
Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom®, Nik Silver Efex Pro™, as download versions (high-speed Internet connection required).
Windows® 7 SP1, Windows® Vista® SP2, Windows® XP SP2, Mac® OS X 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard) or later. 100–240 V battery charger with two power cords (EU, USA, may differ in some export markets) and a car charging cable, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, USB cable, real leather carrying strap, original Leica Monochrom print of an image from the campaign, instruction manual, information leaflets on registration and software downloads.
We reserve the right to make changes in the construction, features, and ranges without advance notice.
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