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Update CCD Sensor of the Leica M9 / M9-P / M Monochrom and M-E Cameras

Leica published a new update on the Leica CCD sensor issue for the Leica M9, M9-P and M-E cameras. They have successfully completed development on the new generation of CCD sensors and will begin replacing the sensors in the M9, M9-P and M-E models that were affected by corrosion with sensors from the new generation. Here is the full press text:

We are very pleased to inform you that we have successfully completed development on our new generation of CCD sensors and conducted subsequent quality assurance testing under practical conditions. As a result, Leica Camera AG can now begin replacing the sensors in the M9, M9-P and M-E models that were affected by corrosion with sensors from the new generation.

Sensor replacement for M Monochrom models will also begin shortly. We will inform you of the precise date of this as soon as possible.

On this note, we would like to remind our customers that we can only offer replacements for CCD sensors for cameras affected by this particular problem; prophylactic replacement is not possible.

We thank you for your patience and for your loyalty to the Leica brand.

Note: If you are a Leica Camera User, you can now join the Leica Camera Users Facebook Group to share your Leica photography and advice, ask and answer questions that arise and help each others!

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