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Leica X-U Hands-On Review – Underwater Camera That’s Built to Take A Beating – Luminous Landscape

I find it interesting that the X-U hasn’t been talked about a lot more. This camera is small, compact, built like a tank, and waterproof, with a depth factor underwater at 49 feet. I took it to Hawaii and did my best to challenge its specs.

Leica TL2 mirrorless camera officially announced | Leica Rumors

“Like the previous T and TL models, the TL2 is a primarily touchscreen-driven camera that uses an almost smartphone-like icon-based interface in the place of any menu lists. However, beyond the move to a 24MP sensor for this latest version, Leica has made small but important changes to just about every aspect of the camera.” (dpreview)

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Leica made a fantastic camera in the Leica M10. It’s the most classic Leica I’ve seen in years, and it plays to all their strengths, while still maintaining all Leica look and feel that so many have come to love

Leica M10 Hands On Review

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Put simply, it was fun.  It made me think.  It made me want to work for the shot.  It’s a different way of shooting than using a zoom lens and 12fps autofocus.  I found myself focusing, composing, and waiting; anticipating the shot.  It was almost a zen-like experience.  It didn’t hurt that I was getting some nice images.  The M10 is unobtrusive.  It doesn’t stand out in a crowd, instead, it allows you to become part of the crowd.

Leica M10 design process

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So when developing the M10, Leica’s engineers found themselves having to meet two essentially opposing requirements: to further improve the camera’s electronics, and to simultaneously accommodate this enhanced, high-performance construction within a smaller body

Celebrating 10 Years Of Digital M Photography

A wonderful time, it’s the birthday of digital M photography. We would like to take this significant anniversary to share a small but nice selection of M photographers and their images whom influenced digital M photography with their inspiring pictures: Max Malatesta, Ram Shergill and Alex Webb.

A year with the Leica SL

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Rather than covering old ground and describing the camera in detail, I’m going to discuss it’s position in the world of photography, after that I’ll look at using the SL in a number of different shooting environments.

No More Chimping: Leica Reveals the LCD-Free Leica M-D (Typ 262)

This camera is all about simplicity. The fifth M-Generation camera, it “embodies the entire range of technical advantages perfected over decades in the Leica rangefinder system,” while intentionally leaving out “all but the most essential technical features.”

One city, three photographers and the Leica M-D

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Here, we unravel the new Leica M-D through the eyes of Nicholas La, Rui Palha, and Daniel Arnold. Below is the touching and compelling story of how these photographers explore Porto and find a new perspective for photography with the Leica M-D

Constant change

Leica Camera’s CEO Oliver Kaltner shares challenges and opportunities

The Leica Experiment

Right now, the feelings are surprisingly conflicted.  The history with Leica pulls at you, yet it feels like unrequited love

The Real World: Leica Q vs Sony RX1R II

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When the biggest complaint you have about a camera concerns the image quality at ISO 25,000, you know you have a first world problem. Such is the case when comparing two full-frame compacts: the Leica Q and the Sony RX1R II.

How The Leica M (Typ 262) Will Inspire Your Street Photography: Andrea Boccalini in Vienna

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“It’s a timeless city. You can feel the vibration of the stories in the city. If you go deeper, you can feel the modern side of the city as well. You get the sensation of an embedded modern lifestyle.” This is how Andrea Boccalini, the Vienna-based Italian photographer describes his experience with the Leica M (Typ 262) while photographing Vienna. He continues: “When you hold the M camera in your hands, you feel that you are using something that is part of a long story.”

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