Leica M Typ 240

Zebraliśmy i przeanalizowaliśmy 23 ekspertów oraz 25 użytkowników z międzynarodowych źródeł. Eksperci ocenili ten produkt na 87/100 oraz użytkownicy oceniają go na 86/100. Średnia data opinii to 10-01-2014. Porównaliśmy te opinie do 1148658 opinii z innej Aparaty cyfrowe. alaSCORE™ dla tego produktu wynosi 91/100 = Wyśmienita. Ostatnia aktualizacja: 11-12-2018.

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Opinie eksperta : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH.

 

The Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH. is very small considering its angle of view and aperture, but its performance doesn't quite match its price.

Quite compact. Minimal distortion. Wide aperture. Sharp center even at f/1.4. Includes metal lens hood

Expensive. Edges suffer at wide apertures. Hood design makes filter use problematic

At $5,150 the Leica Summilux-M 35mm f/1.4 ASPH. is one of the more expensive lenses in available for rangefinder cameras. It's the fastest 35mm that Leica makes—if you want to capture more light, the Voigtlander Nokton 35mm f/1.2 II ($999) is...

08-2015

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Opinie eksperta : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Leica APO-Summicron-M 90mm f/2 ASPH.

 

The Leica APO-Summicron-M 90mm f/2 ASPH. is a nearly flawless telephoto lens for Leica rangefinder cameras. It's sharp from edge to edge and has a wide f/2 maximum aperture.

Sharp from edge to edge. Wide aperture. No distortion. Compact. Smooth manual focus ring. Integrated lens hood

Expensive. Close focus limited to 1 meter. Lacks optical stabilization and autofocus

The Leica APO-Summicron-M 90mm f/2 ASPH. ($3,995) is a short telephoto lens for Leica M rangefinder cameras. It's quite sharp wide open, and enters into incredibly sharp territory when stopped down a bit. Its design is pretty compact when you consider...

11-2014

Opinie eksperta : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Leica M-P (Typ 240)

 

The Leica M-P (Typ 240) is a premium version of the standard M with a scratch-resistant rear LCD, extended shooting buffer, and inconspicuous design—but it's priced at a premium as well.

Big, bright optical viewfinder. Large, high-contrast rangefinder focusing patch. Full-frame CMOS image sensor. Compact for a full-frame camera. Live view with focus peaking. Detailed images at every ISO. Excellent build quality. Sharp rear LCD....

Very expensive. A little slow to start up. Manual focus only. 1080p video could be better.

Performance and Conclusions The M-P has a 2GB memory buffer, twice that of the original M. It doesn't improve start-up time; we still clocked that at 1.7 seconds, and the shot-to-shot time is still the same at about 3.2fps. But you can capture more...

11-2014

Opinie eksperta : Tim Moynihan (wired.com)

Review: Leica M-P (Typ 240)

 

When everything is in focus, there are no throwaway shots with the Leica M-P. Everything you shoot looks like a frame from some Wim Wenders...

Is the best at photographs

000 for a camera that isn’t made for quick focusing, action photos, videos of anything that moves, high-ISO shots, or fiscally responsible human beings? Tack on another few grand for a lens? You’re paying more for them to remove the red dot? You’re...

10-2014

Editor's Choice

Opinie eksperta : Jim Fisher (pcmag.com)

Leica M (Typ 240)

 

The Leica M (Typ 240) is the camera that many a rangefinder photographer has been waiting for. It fixes many of the issues of previous models, but it doesn't come cheap.

Big, bright optical viewfinder. Large, high-contrast rangefinder focusing patch. Full-frame CMOS image sensor. Compact for a full-frame camera. Live view with focus peaking. Detailed images at every ISO. Impressive build quality. Sharp rear LCD....

Very expensive. A little slow to start up. Manual focus only. 1080p video could be better. Odd auto ISO exposure issue.

08-2013

Opinie eksperta : Damien Demolder (techradar.com)

Leica M review

 

The thoroughly modern rangefinder

Classy raw files that are packed with information ; Lovely colour and contrast straight from the camera ; New rear screen is clear, bright and high resolution ; Pleasure-to-use body with first class lenses ; Live View makes longer lenses easier to use

Exposure compensation button not always easy to use ; Level tool only useful for tripod users ; Menu could be easier and quicker to navigate

Overall the Leica M 240 is an inspiring camera to use, from the design of the body to the feel of its controls. With its new sensor and processor it also performs extremely well, and produces images that match the body for quality. Its menu system...

10-2014

Opinie eksperta (imaging-resource.com)

Leica M (Typ 240) Review

 

Ladies and gentlemen, the Leica M digital camera is here, and it is not your Daddy's rangefinder! After the first significant overhaul in three years, Leica's latest M-system camera sports a number of significant new features that are quite a departure...

I sold my M9 last fall before heading to Mexico for the winter, anticipatingthat I would buy the new M when it came out. But now that I have had a chanceto use one -- albeit just for a day -- I am no longer in a great rushto actually buy one. I have a...

Opinie eksperta (imaging-resource.com)

Leica M-P (Typ 240) Review

 

Leica's flagship 35mm full-frame rangefinder camera just got a level-up, courtesy of the Leica M-P (Typ 240). The new model is based on the existing M (Typ 240), and according to Leica's press materials, the extra "-P" in the name "indicates the...

Opinie eksperta : Steve Baczewski (layersmagazine.com)

Leica M240

 

Leica's new M240 Rangefinder is the company's second full-frame digital camera, and it packs a lot of new features. The move from a CCD sensor to a new 24-megapixel CMOS sensor and Leica Maestro image processor pays off with rich, detailed, noise-free,...

Move to CMOS sensor

No USB or HDMI connectivity

The combination of Leica’s incredible lenses, new full-frame sensor, and Maestro processor delivers high-quality files; however, it’s expensive and in need of a fix for some ergonomic problems. There are plenty of Leica aficionados that will readily...

08-2014

Recommended

Opinie eksperta : Joshua Waller (ephotozine.com)

Leica M (Typ 240) Review

 

Reviewed, the full-frame Leica M (Typ 240) Digital Rangefinder with live view and full HD video recording.

Capable of resolving excellent levels of detail ; Live view mode (first Digital Rangefinder) ; Full HD Video recording ; Good white balance performance ; 2 year warranty ; Focus peaking ; 3inch screen

Limited ISO range, maximum ISO6400 ; Metal surround on optical viewfinder ; Moire visible ; Price

08-2014