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Leica’s Rugged Camera Is Amazing And Very Expensive

01/20/2016, Leica has launched an amazing rugged camera today that will be at home both outdoors and underwater. It’s called the X-U and it has all the hallmarks of the classic Leica design, the camera is sleek and compact particularly compared against other...

Leica X-U Typ 113 Photo And Specs Leaked

11/20/2015, Even if you’re not a photographer, there’s a good chance you might have heard of Leica. You also probably heard that they are not cheap and are usually priced several thousand dollars, even for its “cheaper” models. This why if you do get one,...

Leica M Typ 262 Announced

11/19/2015, Earlier today there was a rumor that Leica could be getting ready to launch an “entry-level” M-mount camera. At that time we were wondering if this camera would be considered entry-level by Leica standards, or entry-level in general. It looks like we...

Possible Entry-Level Leica M-mount Could Be Announced Soon

11/19/2015, When you think of Leica cameras, you probably think about its price, and then maybe followed by its quality. No doubt Leica cameras and lenses are capable of capturing some pretty stunning images (quality-wise, composition is an entirely different story),...

Leica SL Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Announced

10/21/2015, If you have the cash to spare, Leica cameras are usually thought to be pretty good investments especially if you are serious about photography. That being said the company has recently announced a new camera in the form of the Leica SL. This is a...

Rarer Than Rare Leica M Edition Null Series Will Cost You $74,500

09/03/2015, Leica cameras are highly-coveted cameras amongst photographers. One doesn’t need to be a professional with years under their belt to know that owning a Leica is a big deal. Granted some might argue that maybe the brand is a bit exaggerated in terms of...

Leica Q Typ 116 Revealed

06/10/2015, It was mentioned earlier this month that Leica might very well make an announcement of a Sony RX1 competitor some time later this month, and that moment has arrived. Apparently, the compact shooter in question happens to be the Leica Q (Typ 116), and...

Leica Could Announce A Sony RX1 Competitor On June 11

06/02/2015, The Sony RX1 was announced a few years ago and while to the untrained eye it might look like your regular compact point-and-shoot camera, it’s a lot more. The Sony RX1 was the world’s first full-frame 24MP point-and-shoot camera, an impressive...

Leica Bug Could Result In Lost Apple Photos Collection

05/14/2015, It was at the end of last month that we brought you official word on the launch of the new Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246). While the dust has settled, and early adopters have managed to obtain a fair amount of shooting moments with it, the ugly side of the...

Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246) Officially Announced

04/30/2015, There’s a certain quiet beauty and depth to black and white photos and if these types of photos are the style that you’re aiming for, you might be interested to learn that Leica has announced their new Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246). The last time we...

Leica M9 Owners Complaining Of White Spots Appearing In Photos

12/09/2014, Leica cameras do not come cheap. In fact they cost a small fortune which is why Leica owners expect not only amazing image quality, but to a certain extent good build quality as well. After all what’s the point of paying several thousand dollars if the...

Leica X “Edition Moncler” Limited Edition Camera Announced

10/15/2014, If you’re a fan of limited edition cameras, you might be pleased to learn that Leica has recently announced the Leica X Edition Moncler camera. This camera will be based on the Leica X (type 113) model and according to the company, there will only be...

New Leica M Monochrom & Lenny Kravitz Edition To Be Announced Soon

10/12/2014, A couple of years ago, Leica unveiled the Leica M Monochrom camera, which for those unfamiliar is basically a Leica camera that shoots photos only in black and white. It is a pretty pricey camera for such “limited” functionality, but we know there are...