- Manufacturer: Leica
- Basic description and contents of package
- Product classification: Photography – Digital Cameras – Point & Shoot Cameras
- Safety instructions
- Startup and operation of the Point & Shoot Cameras
- Tips for setting up your Leica
- Settings and expert assistance
- Contact Leica service
- Warranty information
The user manual for the Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera (Black) 18471 provides necessary instructions for the proper use of the product Photography – Digital Cameras – Point & Shoot Cameras.
The black Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera is a compact point and shoot camera that is built around a large, 12.8MP 4/3″ MOS sensor which allows for greater depth of field control than is possible with smaller-sensor cameras, plus more effective light-gathering ability per pixel. As a result, subjects can be better isolated within the frame and more details are apparent in darker areas of the image with less noise.
The 4/3″ 12.8MP sensor provides high-resolution output, and with its bright, optically-stabilized DC Vario-Summilux f/1.7-2.8 lens, as well as an ISO range expandable from 100 to 25600, the D-LUX (Typ 109)’s ability to perform under low-light conditions is further enhanced. Even during sunny days or when shooting with a flash, the effect of the built-in lens’s wide apertures is more apparent due to the 17.3 x 13.0mm sensor with regard to depth of field. Either close-up or far-away subjects can be easily separated from their backgrounds that are then rendered with a pleasing blur, making the D-LUX (Typ 109) an excellent choice for subjects ranging from macro, street photography, photojournalism, landscapes, or for whenever a highly-capable compact camera is desired.
For those who wish to capture high-resolution video, the D-LUX (Typ 109) offers NTSC or PAL UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) output at 30p or 24p, which can be saved as easy-to use MP4 files. When lower video resolutions are sufficient, 1080p full HD or standard definition video can be selected instead, and results of any resolution can be played back on the camera’s large, sharp 3.0″ 921k-dot rear LCD display. During capture, the subject can also be viewed through the camera’s 2764k integrated electronic viewfinder.
Stills and video are saved to SD-type cards, up to and including those with SDXC capacities. To help preserve fast performance even while capturing high-resolution still photos or video, high-speed UHS-I SD-type memory cards can be used. While photos and videos can be downloaded from the memory card, Leica has provided additional options for sharing content taken with the D-LUX (Typ 109) even more convenient. Integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n allows for smartphones or tablets with the Leica Image Shuttle app the ability to record pictures even while shooting. The app can also generate a live image from the camera and settings can be controlled though the app as well.
An advancement among point and shoot cameras, the D-LUX (Typ 109) shares the design and quality aspects photographers associate with Leica. The metal housing is sturdy and elegant, with well-placed tactile buttons and dials that further inspire the user’s confidence.
You can upload and download the manual for the Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera (Black) 18471 in the following formats:
- *.pdf, *.doc, *.txt
The user manual for the Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera (Black) 18471 can be downloaded in .pdf format if it did not come with your new Point & Shoot Cameras, although the seller is required to supply one. It is also quite common that customers throw out the user manual with the box, or put the CD away somewhere and then can’t find it. That’s why we and other Leica users keep a unique electronic library for Leica Point & Shoot Camerass, where you can use our link to download the user manual for the Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera (Black) 18471 .
The user manual lists all of the functions of the Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera (Black) 18471 , all the basic and advanced features and tells you how to use the Point & Shoot Cameras. The manual also provides troubleshooting for common problems. Even greater detail is provided by the service manual, which is not typically shipped with the product, but which can often be downloaded from Leica service.