Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/03/20

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Subject: [Leica] Canon DSLR R lens use/exposure inconsistencies
From: leicar at (Aram Langhans)
Date: Thu Mar 20 19:07:51 2008
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> From: "Frank Filippone" <>
> Subject: RE: [Leica] Canon DSLR R lens use/exposure inconsistencies
> To: "'Leica Users Group'" <>
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> This kind of "friendliness" really amazes me.  The camera has a digital
> processor heart.  Wouldn't it be easy to throw in a programmable curve
> feature?  But then, you could use brand N or L lenses on your Canon
> body,
> and starve the company of revenue.....
> The other choice is to use an adapter which has this compensation code
> built
> into it.... if the lens chip contains the code and the maker is smart
> enough
> to figure out how to program it.
> The real fix is the R10.

You bet ya.  I can't wait to see if it is R lens compatible in the fullest
sense.  Then I can't wait to see if I can afford such a "fix".  My bet is if
#1 is true # 2 will not be....


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