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Leica M 240 Firmware Update 2.0.1.5 Available for Download

Leica has released a new firmware update version 2.0.0.15 for Leica M 240 full frame camera. And now it is available for download.

You can download Leica M 240 Firmware Update 2.0.1.5 (from Leica-Camera US) through the link below:

Leica M 240 Firmware Update V 2.0.1.5

Below is the full list of improvements and fixes in this firmware update:

  • Improved description of the lens type in Exif-Data
  • Live view is now possible with every lens (including older screw lenses via an adapter) using “manual lens detection”
  • A “Video off” option is now available in the Set menu (see submenu item “Video recording”). The M-Button on the Top-cover is deactivated when this option is chosen.
  • The Horizon (level) is now visible in Live View, overlaying the live image. This additional info-screen is enabled using the menu item “Horizon”
  • New menu item “Exposure Simulation”

    - Exposure simulation -> Permanent: Live View accurately shows image brightness according to the shutter speed and aperture set in manual exposure (as long as the chosen exposure time is shorter than 1/30s)

    - Exposure simulation -> Release button half-pressed: Image brightness in live view is adjusted for best visibility, regardless of the actual exposure half pressing the shutter button shows the actual exposure

  • Extended Auto ISO options

    - All Auto ISO options are now visible using the ISO button

    o Extra options for “Maximum Exposure Time” – 1x, 2 x, or 4x focal length – can be selected to help avoid camera shake when using auto ISO and long lenses.- “Auto ISO in M mode” is now offered as an option. This varies ISO sensitivity for correct exposure when shutter speed and aperture are set manually.

    - Alternatively the camera chooses the previous manually chosen ISO speed.

  • Crop marks

    In Live View, new crop marks for 3:4 / 6:7 / 1:1 / and 16:9 aspect ratios can be displayed. By pressing the up/down keys, the crop marks are superimposed on the live view screen (without additional information)

  • Korean language

    Korean is now available as a menu language

  • During video recording, 1/25s is now used instead of 1/24s. This reduces flicker effects with 50Hz mains voltage
  • Exposure bracketing settings are now saved when the camera is switched off
  • Direct exposure correctionAn “EV correction” option in the menu enables direct adjustment.

    So EV compensation can be altered by turning the thumb wheel, without having to press additional buttons.

  • New Light Metering Mode “Classic / LV disabled”

    In this mode, only Classic light-metering is possible; the LV button is disabled to avoid the activation of live view by accident.

  • New menu item “Focus Peaking”

    For improved visibility, the color of focus peaking can now be set to red, green or blue.

  • Better display of GPS location data

    Position is now shown for JPG files in Adobe Lightroom®

    Where the GPS signal is weak, the last position is now deleted after 5min instead of 24h as in previous firmware versions.

  • Bugfix in Live View at high temperatures

    Occasional malfunction of Live View at high temperatures has been fixed

  • Bugfix in light metering (Live view)
  • Bugfix regarding sensor cleaning function

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