Leica M (Typ 240) Review | ePhotozine

Rangefinder, the optical viewfinder doesn’t show the image through the lens, instead a small central window is used to focus the camera. Due to the Leica M Typ 240 featuring live view, for the first time in the Leica M history, you can compose and shoot images using the actual image through the lens, much like using a Digital SLR in live view, on the rear 3inch 920k pixel screen. In addition with the optional Visioflex Electronic Viewfinder (EVF) you can use the camera as you would a DSLR or mirrorless camera with an electronic viewfinder. The Leica M Typ 240, like other digital rangefinders from Leica, does not offer auto-focus, or even auto-aperture, with manual focus and aperture required. Auto shutter speed and ISO is possible. With live view there are two new modes available to aid focus, “Live View Zoom” gives you a 10x magnified live view display, and there is also “Live View Focus Peaking” which automatically highlights edges when in focus……

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Leica M Type 240

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