“Sorry just an (important) afterthought. The AF on the Q is incredibly quick compared to the X-Pro2. I shot this with an aperture of f/5.6 on the Q. I was standing next to the gamekeeper’s car talking to him holding my camera at chest height. His dog jumped from the back seat onto his lap and stuck his head through the window. I lifted the camera hit back button focus and triggered the shutter in less than a second. I barely had time to think about it. I completely trusted to the AF and it was bang on.”
LEICA M10-P “ASC 100 Edition” The M for cinematographers
With the M10-P “ASC 100 Edition”, Leica has created a fitting tribute to the world of cinema on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the American Society of Cinematographers.
Founded in 1919, the American Society of Cinematographers is the world’s oldest association for filmmakers, and unites the best cinematographers of our times. Just like Leica, this extraordinary society based in Hollywood has influenced and shaped the way people of all cultures see the world for more than 100 years. In February 2019, the ASC will be presenting its prestigious awards for the 33rd time – an ideal occasion during which to present an exclusive tool for filmmakers: the Leica M10-P “ASC 100 Edition”.
Leica Camera Sensor CleaningLeica Society member Hari Subramanyam took his Leica M (Typ 240) and Leica SL to Leica Camera AG for sensor cleaning. Michel Razafimahefa from the customer service team demonstrates the official cleaning process, which takes time, effort, and patience.
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