Leica M9 in Middelburg, Eastern Cape for sale

Leica M9
Leica M9
Leica M9
Leica M9

Image Sizes
5,212 x 3,472 pixels (18MP) native, JPG and/or DNG.
145.6 pixels per millimeter.
3,699 pixels per inch.
3,840 x 2,592 (10MP) JPG
2,592 x 1,728 (4.5MP) JPG
1,728 x 1,152 (2MP) JPG and
1,280 x 846 (1MP) JPG.
File Formats
JPG, two levels of compression, called Fine and Basic.
DNG raw, both 16-bit linear or 8-bit gamma corrected (log).
Shoots either or both JPG and DNG at the same time. If you chose this, you can have the JPG at any desired resolution while the DNG is at full resolution.
ISO 160 - 2,500 in third-stops.
ISO 80 as a pull.
Auto ISO
Selectable slowest speed from 1/8 to 1/125 in full stops, also you can set it to change automatically with lens focal length!
Rotation Sensor
Noise Reduction
The M9 automatically applies dark-frame subtraction with exposures longer than 2 seconds.
This means the M9 makes a second identical time exposure with the shutter closed after your shot, which means you'll be standing around a lot longer, but get better images, with long exposures.
White Balance
Auto, gray-card manual, 7 presets and Kelvin.
The 7 presets are Direct Sunlight, Flash, Cloudy, Shade, Tungsten and two Fluorescent settings.
Kelvin goes from 2,000 K to 12,800K (not 13,100K as specified), far superior to lesser brands. This is important, because often the 2,500K lower limit of Japan's cameras is not sufficient. The superior range of the M9's 2,000 K setting lets us shoot in dimmer interior and candle light.
Kelvin setting precision:
Range Increment 2,000 - 5,000 K 100 K 5,000 - 8,000 K 200 K 8,000 - 12,800 K 300 K