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Corrupted Card ......

Discussion in 'Leica' started by christilou, Feb 5, 2018.

  1. christilou

    christilou Legend

    Jul 13, 2010
    Sunny Frimley
    L1001172.


    I'm suddenly getting about half my files coming into Lightroom like this, all skew whiff. Could it be the card is corrupted? I notice that my M240 also jams a lot again when using the Olympus viewfinder, it did this some time ago and finally stopped working altogether. Just trying to avoid a 3 month trip to Wetzlar for it :( 
     
  2. carlb

    carlb All-Pro

    Feb 6, 2013
    Only way to test theory one - try another card that you know to be working.

    First, try a factory reset ... I don't have the manual here with me to know that sequence though.

    Here's hoping!
     
  3. christilou

    christilou Legend

    Jul 13, 2010
    Sunny Frimley
    Thanks Carl, I changed the card so we'll see, although the three fast (ish) cards I have are all the same age and have been in continuous use between the three cameras!
     
  4. christilou

    christilou Legend

    Jul 13, 2010
    Sunny Frimley
    Still doing it using a different card. I contacted Leica Mayfair in London and he thinks that it's more likely to be a problem with importing in Lightroom....
     
  5. carlb

    carlb All-Pro

    Feb 6, 2013
    Hmm ...

    Do you work with DNGs or jpegs from the camera?

    There are free photo editors you can try, like RawTherapee. If it's a lightroom problem, the "skew" won't show up in another photoeditor ...
     
  6. JonVdG

    JonVdG Regular

    35
    Apr 29, 2016
    Boulder, Colorado
    Jon
    I agree with Leica's assessment - it's more likely to be a Lightroom issue. There are many better choices out there today than Lightroom anyway, so I would encourage you to invest in something else (Capture One, DXO Optics Pro, etc.). In the meantime, I like Carl's suggestion - try a free photo editor and see if you get the same result. If you're on a Mac, you should just be a able to look at the preview image in Finder, or try it in the Preview app or the Photos app, all of which should support your file type.
     
  7. Burkey

    Burkey All-Pro

    Christilou - are you using the "CC" cloud based version or the "Classic" version? I'm a big LR "Classic" version fan and import DNGs all the time with no problem. I'm Mac based by the way. 'Just curious.
    . . . David
     
  8. christilou

    christilou Legend

    Jul 13, 2010
    Sunny Frimley
    I've been using LR "classic" since version 2...... I know it's on it's last legs! I'm also on a Mac. I have DXO which I bought some time ago but can't seem to get on with it. LR just seems more logical to me because of it's catalogue..... I have A LOT of pics :)  I have found a cure however, if I click "update" in the "Transform" section it will correct the frame with no problem. Still not sure why it should be doing it though in the first place!
     
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  9. Burkey

    Burkey All-Pro

    I would agree that from the image you posted it certainly is an odd situation. As much as we may remain LR fans it probably is a good idea to try another editor, maybe even Snapseed, just to see how the same files react in another post processing environment.
    Save your catalog and then uninstall LR followed by a reinstall. Moving catalogs can be a bit tricky but if the problem appears to lie with LR then it's most likely worth the work.
    'Just some thoughts. Good luck.
    . . . David
     
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