The Fuji XPro2 Graphite Edition is one of the nicest looking cameras to be released in recent years. But can street photographers embrace a camera that’s anything but black? We go hands-on with the dark grey version of Fuji’s flagship rangefinder style camera and put it to the test. Hit the jump for the video 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 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.
The new Leica Monochrom (Typ 246) has been announced and will be available in stores on May 7, 2015 for $7450 USD. By the look of things it’s just a black chrome version of the Leica M-P with a black and white only sensor. Is this Leica’s next classic rangefinder that every street shooter will want to own? Hit the jump for more details.