If you’ve been waiting to see what Leica has up its sleeve, the wait is over. New images and details have leaked showing off the yet-to-be-announced Leica M-D Typ 262, a digital rangefinder that lacks an LCD display on the rear of the camera.
Leica cameras are a funny beast in the world of photography. It’s hard to keep respect for a brand that seems to be more keen to create Panda-editions of their cameras for the Chinese market, and $600 cigarette lighters. Having said that, it’s hard to deny that Leica – and especially the special edition cameras – are known for impeccable craftsmanship. In what can only be described as camera porn, check out this video…
So, you want to take your Leica on some underwater adventures? Well, now you can, all while keeping the same German aesthetic that likely tempted you to buy your camera in the first place.
What you’re looking at is a new Leica M underwater camera housing from underwater photography specialists Subal.
Have you ever wanted to own your own Leica factory authorized service business? If so, you’re in for the chance of a lifetime.
For only $138,000, this complete set of tools, manuals and spare parts can be all yours.
Leica might be German-made, but that doesn’t mean it can’t collaborate with other markets for exclusive versions of its cameras. The latest example of this are two new Leica M-P ‘Panda Edition’ camera sets, designed specifically for the Chinese market.
Today, Leica unveiled the Leica X-U (Typ 113), its first camera made specifically for shooting in rough, wet conditions.
Sony E-mount users, prepare yourselves. Techart has developed a Leica M-mount to Sony E-mount autofocus adapter.
We’ve all seen photos from the early days of photography, and we all know how far imaging technology has come over the years, but how did we go from long-exposure self-portraits to instant selfies?
Using one model and a whole lot of Photoshop, Leo recreated eleven essential milestones in photographic history.
I’ve always told myself that if somehow money were never an issue, my car of choice would be the BAC Mono, a specialist sports car created by the high-end British car manufacturer Briggs Automotive Company. Well, today, I found out that not only would I receive a Formula 1 inspired car, but also a limited-edition Leica T (Typ701) designed specifically to be sold with the car.
That’s right. Purchasing this $250K street-legal car will also make you the owner of an extremely limited-edition Leica T (Typ701).
From a complicated, time-consuming and expensive process to the simple press of a button, photography has come a very long way since the first cameras came along in the early 1800’s.
The vast majority of this fascinating evolution can be seen in this video where Chris Marquardt went on a private tour of Kodak’s technology vault.
Think you’ve got an impressive camera collection? Wait until you see this 8,500-strong collection of almost every significant camera invented in the last 200 years.