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Leica M24o (M Type 240)

QC: Camera Implications

The camera cannot be ruled out for some issues involving the lens; the sensor and lens mount must be plane-parallel or this can look like lens skew (asymmetric sharpness left/right or top/bottom or any combination thereof).

Use of rangefinder focus is subject to tolerances and these can loosen or change over time or with focusing distance and temperature. Lens corrections can go unapplied if the lens coding fails.

Issues (June - August 2013)

Camera was used with Live View and EVF for a time which sidestepped the rangefinder issues.

The following issues occurred with a brand-new Leica M240:

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