LEICA DLUX 109

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by MTC Photography, Dec 19, 2017.

  1. Hi Martin, not sure if you're asking a question or showing something about the Leica D-Lux.

    In any case, because I've seen several units already into the shop for the same issue, a service warning:

    If you own this particular model, keep the body especially clean of debris (*Wipe with a microfiber cloth that is lightly moistened). This because of the intense vacuum created every time the camera is turned on (This zoom lens expands out a lot in order to take pictures).
    With this 'expand' function, the image sensor (Along with the rest of the internals) receives an inordinate amount of artifact contamination (Dust & lint on your digital images). So knowing that the camera seems to 'INHALE' the debris that is loose on the body surfaces, one should keep the camera *cleaner than the usual fixed lens or short zoom point & shoot design...
     
  2. Good advice,
    many thanks
     
  3. Unlike most compact digital camera, Dlux 109 has a viewfinder. However this viewfinder is not an optical viewfinder, but an electronic
    viewfinder. It has a viewfinder style eye level finder, but without the
    front window.
     
  4. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Moderator Staff Member

    Very attractive and capable little camera - almost too many features packed into a small, neat, high quality package. I find the viewfinder to be quite good and like the auto aspect of it. Because it is quite small, I find it more difficult to use than my full size cameras if I haven't used it for a while.
     
  5. Sandy is happy with his make believe Leica made by Panasonic. Thrilled too bits..

    It has got the real red Leica badge...so, there, it must be a proper Leica.

    One day, when his little china pink pig is full of gold....and he is not spending all his gold coins on junk, he will go to the fairy ball...just like Cinderella.....and be so happy with a real Leica made in Solms Germany.

    Just kidding;)) It's is a fine camera.
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2018
  6. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Moderator Staff Member

    Got my Dad's M3, 35, 50, 90, 135 that I was fortunate enough to be able to use to learn photography. The D Lux was a gift from a friend, otherwise I wouldn't have it. Basically I'm a Nikon guy, and also have a GXR kit. Actually, no china pig, I keep the gelt in a beer mug.:cool: Hope your week end is going well, Allen.
     
  7. "I keep the gelt in a beer mug.:cool: Hope your week end is going well, Allen." Sandy.

    Understand the Nikon stuff I really do. Beer mug, lot cooler than a china pink pig;)

    Keeping awake for the boxing.
     
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