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Leica MP Unboxing And First Impressions – I’m Going Back To Film!

Leica MP Unboxing First Impressions Film Photography

I decided to go cold turkey with digital and shoot nothing but film for the next year. You can shoot film with any old camera you might find in a thrift shop. But I’ve wanted a Leica MP for years so I decided to splurge a little bit. Hit the jump for my unboxing and first impressions video!

Leica Q Firmware 2.0 Adds Feature Every Mirrorless Camera Should Copy

leica q firmware update adds great new feature

Leica is known for quality craftsmanship that comes with outrageous prices. They tend to produce old school photographic tools that don’t exactly innovate but the Leica Q is changing that perception across the board. And the Leica Q firmware 2.0 update just added a feature that every mirrorless camera should immediately copy. Hit the jump for the details!

10 Reasons I Sold My Leica M 240 And Bought A Fuji X100T For Street Photography

Sold My Leica And Bought Fuji X100T

Cameras come and go but when I bought a Leica M 240 I finally had a keeper. It was a beautifully crafted instrument with legendary optics that produced stunning images. So when I decided to sell the Leica and buy a Fuji X100T for street photography my friends nearly staged an intervention. But it turns out there were some very good reasons to make the switch. Hit the jump to find out why!

Leica M-D (Typ 262) Is Just A Big Empty Box

Leica M-D (Typ 262) Is Missing More Than An LCD

The rumor sites have been predicting this one for some time and the Leica M-D (Typ 262) is finally official. The “new” camera is being touted as revolutionary by many but it’s basically a Leica M 262 without an LCD screen. While street photographers have dreamt of a digital M without an LCD for years I have a few problems with this one. Hit the jump for more info!

Kai Comes Out As A Leica Liker In DigitalRev’s Leica M 262 Review

DigitalRev Kai - Leica M 262 Review

People line up to take pot shots at any new Leica product that is released. And who can blame them? Leica gear is expensive, elitist and seems to lack any of the modern features that consumers expect. But when Kai from DigitalRev went hands on with the Leica M 262 he found that it suited him just fine. Hit the jump for the video!

The Problem With Leica

The Problem With Leica Camera

Leica. Just mention the name and the haters and trolls show up to call out the brand as a glorified fashion accessory designed to separate fools from their money. But how can a company with a heritage as rich as Leica inspire such vitriol from people who typically aren’t even its customers? Is the little red dot really that offensive? Hit the jump for all the answers!

New Leica M (Typ 262) Is The M10 Street Photographers Wanted All Along

New Leica M (Typ 262)

The New Leica M (Typ 262) has been announced and it’s already caught the attention of a lot of street photographers looking for the pure Leica rangefinder experience. Gone are the crazy video functions and external EVF that nobody used and the new camera is looking more like the M10 that street photographers wanted in the first place. Hit the jump for all the details.

Leica Is Giving Away A Leica T (Typ 107) On Instagram

Win a Free Leica T On Instagram

The recent firmware update for the Leica T (Typ 107) vastly improved the operating speed of the camera and to celebrate, Leica is giving the camera away on Instagram. You heard me! Follow @leica_camera on Instagram and post an original image of your favorite design icon with the hastag #FasterT and you’re entered to win $3400 bucks worth of hand polished aluminum goodness. Hit the jump for all the details.

ONA Bowery For Leica Is Just A Regular Bowery With A Red Dot On It

ONA Bowery Bag For Leica

The ONA Bowery for Leica is a special edition of the company’s smallish but extremely popular leather camera bag. But this time they’ve dolled it up for Leica lovers with a red dot on the front and a fiery Leica red interior. Because it’s what’s inside that counts! Hit the jump for more info.

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