Current Leica Rebates Extended To 03-31-2015, M Monochrom Rebate Added

Leica Rebates Extended To March 31, 2015

There’s been a lot of back and forth with Leica prices over the past week with Leica announcing and then retracting a price increase at the end of January. We’ve been able to confirm that there will be no price increase and that all current Leica rebates plus a new M Monochrom rebate will be in effect until the end of March. Hit the jump for all the details.

Leica M 240 Price Increase – U.S. Customers To Pay $200 More Starting February 1, 2015?

$750 Leica Rebate Extended To 03/31/15

Leica Rumors is reporting a $200 Leica M 240 price increase starting February 1, 2015. The increase kicks in as the current $750 rebate expires making the effective price $950 higher. If you’re in the market for Leica’s flagship rangefinder then now is the time to make your move! Hit the jump for more info.

It’s Hard To Not Be Excited By Steve Huff’s Sony A7 II First Look

Sony A7 II First Look Steve Huff

Steve Huff has been reviewing camera gear for nearly 7 years and when he gets this excited about a new camera you know it’s a good sign. He’s especially taken with the build quality of the new Sony A7 II and describes it as solid and professional and can even imagine this camera replacing his trusty Leica M for a lot of shooting. Hit the jump to watch the video!

Leica Responds To M9 Sensor Corrosion Issue With Goodwill Replacements

Leica M9 Sensor Corrosion Issue

A growing number of M9 cameras have been developing white spots on their sensors caused by corrosion of the sensor cover glass. No amount of cleaning would correct the problem and up until now, photographers were left holding the bag. All that has changed as Leica has stepped up and is now offering free replacement sensors for everyone affected by this malady. Hit the jump for more info!

Eric Kim Reviews Fuji X100T For Street Photography

Fuji X100T For Street Photography

Eric Kim took time out of his busy Gulph Photo Plus schedule to post a review of the Fuji X100T for street photography. Even though he’s committed to shooting film he likes latest Fuji cam and compares it favorably to X100S and even the XT-1. Is it the right choice for street photographers shooting digital? Hit the jump to find out!

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