Leica X1

Announced Sep 9, 2009 •
12 megapixels | 2.7 screen | 35 mm
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I have bought Ricoh GR a few years ago. Now I have seen a New RICOH Teleconversion Lens TC-1 x1.88 for RICOH GR. Is there anybody with experience? Is there any review or test of this TC-1?
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I have updated both my X1T-N and X1T-S with the G1 app using a nebulous sequence of button press and connection. I thought I had to press the test button while turning on the X1T to make it recognizable by the G1 app but not this time.  No joy. I did not have to turn off antivirus previously but did this time.  Still no joy. Would someone have a trick for this (very) frustrating process?  :-x
By: TankGuy (3 months ago)
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Does anyone know if the Godox X1 will control other brands in i-TTL?  I have 2 Neewer flashes that work well for me, and a set of transmitter/recievers, but they only work in manual when mounted on those.  The Godox are very attractive at $85, but if they won't work in TTL it's not worth going that direction. Since the signal output from the recievers has to match the output from the hot shoe, it seems like they should work with any brand that works on the camera, but I have been wrong...
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I intend to use this flash on a flash bracket. does anyone know if i can just use a flash sync cord or would I need to get the x1 transmitter. Of course I don't want to lose the ttl and HSS capabilities.  Thanks Joe --the most beautiful thing on the earth is the earth
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I'm in a position that I can treat myself.  At the moment I have the two kit lenses as per profile but I like shooting birds, occasional critters such as butterflies and general scenes and people.  The 100-400 MkII is just within budget but seems too much lens for a modest camera so a lot of money, and a bit more reach but a lot more weight than the very respectable 55-250 IS.  Additionally if I am in the process of upgrading then it seems that the 18-135 USM nano would give me the nice...
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Hello, I’m considering having a photo editing PC built, see specs below. I’ll use two 1920 x 1200 monitors. This would replace my aging laptop that makes me wait, and wait, and wait… while using LR cc & PS cc. Typically I edit 800 + photos from my d810 which average about 73 MB each. My goal is to minimize my waiting for the computer to process the editing moves, keep the cost reasonable (for my wallet) and allow plenty of easy upgrades in the future as deemed appropriate. Once processed, the...
By: meeple (5 months ago)
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Hi, My Leica X1 camera has a spot on the camera lens (see pic below, lower left) What is it? Will it affect the performance, and if so, can I remove it somehow? Thank you very much!
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I would like to upgrade the graphics card in my old, secondary pc and I'd be grateful for suggestions. The motherboard is an Asus P5K Premium which has these slot specs: 2 x PCIe x16 (blue @ x16 mode, black @ x4 or x1 mode) supports CrossFire Technology 2 x PCIe x13 x PCI My old graphics card is an ATI 5770: http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/graphics/desktop/5000/5770# I would like to put in something newer that will work with my motherboard when I clean the dust in the case. The computer...
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I'm using the "Dot Tune" method to AFMA my two cameras, one is a FF 5D mkIII and the other is an APS-C 7D mkII. My question is, do you also include the x1.6 for the crop factor when calculating distance to the focusing target? Example: (85mm x 1.6) x 50= Distance --Big Chief "Run-a-muck"
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By: Josh Leavitt (7 months ago)
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Does anyone have a recommendation on which Quattro camera I should go with? I’m looking at doing portraiture work with a Foveon sensor, and I’ve whittled my choices down to the DP Quattro DP3, or the SD Quattro H (plus Sigma 85mm F1.4 ART). I realize there’s a huge price difference between those two, and ultimately the SDQ-H is a much more scalable solution, but the DPQ3 has a few things in its favor, The DPQ3 is a small, and exotic looking camera. That can be a bonus for clients not...
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