Leica M10 Firmware Update Improves Handling

Leica Camera has released a firmware update for the recently announced Leica M10.

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Leica has released a firmware update for the Leica M10 that adds numerous improvements to the camera’s handling.

M10 owners who download the firmware update will find an improved SD memory card and battery level indicator as well as a revised 'Favourites Menu'. The main menu can also be accessed quicker via the Menu button in the Favourites Menu and the same button can be used for page-by-page scrolling.

As for new features, the target display can be selected for automatic review on the monitor screen and the menu entry now offers  ‘Auto’, ‘EVF’ or ‘Display’ as target options, while ‘Edit Favourites’ allows the activation of direct access to ‘M-ISO’ as a Favourites Menu item. The firmware update also brings a further significant reduction in the lag (dark screen) between exposure and display when taking pictures in Live View mode.

Firmware version 1.3.4.0 can be downloaded now from the Leica website.

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