Leica SL2-S is an Action-Focused Camera: 24.6MP BSI Sensor, 25 FPS

Leica has announced the SL2-S, a 24.6-megapixel L-Mount full-frame mirrorless camera that puts more emphasis on speed and video performance than the

The Leica SL2-S is the first Leica to feature a BSI sensor and is positioned by the company to be a “premium segment” full-frame camera suited for action photography and high-end video.
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Leica SL2-S Announced | Red Dot Forum

Today, Leica has announced the Leica SL2-S professional mirrorless camera. This new member of the SL family doesn't replace the existing SL2. Rather, the SL2-S complements it, offering enhanced video capabilities, superior low light performance, and faste

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The Leica M10 Monochrom is Great Not in Spite of its Weaknesses, but Because of Them

Every time I mention the merits of anything related to Leica, I catch flack from a contingent of readers here that seem to be angry that I would even talk

I write about all camera equipment because in the modern age of imaging technology, it all merits recognition. Specifically in this case, the Leica M10 Monochrom is one of the most fulfilling experiences I have ever had with any camera, and I need to talk about why.
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Leica M10 Monochrom camera officially announced - Leica Rumors

The Leica M10 Monochrom camera is now officially announced: US price: $8,295 UK price: £7,250 Leica M10M hands-on review Sample photos Leica M10 Monochrom stories More info at Leica's website and Reddotforum Leica M10 Monochrom camera basic specifications

New 40mp full frame black and white sensor
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Welcome to the future – The Leica camera Blog

The Leica SL2 was only introduced recently; yet the busy SL photographer, Tino Scherer, who was one of the first photographer allowed to try out the camera, can no longer imagine not having it as one of his working tools. We take a look at three of his recent projects, where he used the new Leica camera.

Written in Ice – The Leica camera Blog

You can buy a cheap camera, go to great places, and when you bring back memories of your moments with a person or whatever, they will maybe live forever; but, do you want to have a bad picture or a good one? I’ve decided to always have the best I can. For example, I went to Greenland and flew over its blue lakes before most people did; but I had a bad lens I’d borrowed from a friend. So, I had to return a second time, and flying over the glaciers again cost me a lot more money. So, don’t ever go to take photographs you’re not passionate about; and, do it with a good camera. Otherwise you’ll be disappointed your whole life. Take the best, and spend a little more money to get the pictures you’ll be pleased with for the rest of your life. There are moments that won’t come back, but that could live forever.
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A Final Review of the Leica Q: 3.5 Years in the Making - PhotoShelter Blog

If there’s a fundamental flaw with product reviews, it’s the typically short duration that reviewers have with the item before hitting a publishing deadline or needing to return the product to the manufacturer. With rapid product refreshes, the lifetime o

I say this with partial irony as I’ve just upgraded to a Leica Q2 after having owned a Leica Q for 3.5 years. But my Leica Q is still an amazing camera, and given that there are many good deals on this camera to be found, I thought it would be a good time to re-review the camera after using it for 40 months and taking over 60,000 photos as it traveled with me to 19 countries.
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An Afternoon at The Ritz – The Leica camera Blog

As a moderate wide-angle prime, the new APO-Summicron-SL 35 f/2 ASPH. is a universal lens. Its fast autofocus, robust construction and exceptional imaging quality make it a go-to lens for all areas of photography. It also couples beautifully to the Leica SL-System and has been conceived for a long working life under professional shooting conditions.
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