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Firmware update for Leica M240

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Leica M240 cameras on demonstration at a Leica pop-up store in London's Brick Lane in November, 2014. Leica Ambassador Robin Sinha on the left.

If you own a Leica M 240 you can now download an updated firmware, version 2.0.6.0. It brings a number of incremental improvements to take the M240’s performance up a notch or two.

Leica M240 cameras on demonstration at a Leica pop-up store in London's Brick Lane in November, 2014. Leica Ambassador Robin Sinha on the left.
Leica M240 cameras on demonstration at a Leica pop-up store in London’s Brick Lane in November, 2014. Leica Ambassador Robin Sinha on the left. Image Mike Evans

The improvements

  • Optimisation to prevent the camera controls from becoming unresponsive after a series of continuous burst photos fills the buffer.
  • The selected user profile will be displayed even when exposure compensation has been adjusted. Exposure compensation is no longer saved to the user profile.
  • Memory cards with a capacity up to 512 GB are supported
  • The default file format settings upon camera reset have been changed from “JPG“ to “DNG+JPG“
  • The time-out period for the last GPS position, when no GPS signal is received, has been extended to 2.5 hours (GPS is not available with the M 262.
  • It is now possible to display DNG files from the Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246) in all zoom steps, also with the M/M-P (Typ 240 and 262)
  • When using SD-cards that are too slow for movie recording, a message appears in the viewfinder display

You can download the firmware here

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