With the recent string of successful camera and lens introductions over the past few years, Leica has made the process of choosing a camera much more difficult. In the not-so-distant past, certain individual […]
Today, Leica has announced a new special edition lens, the APO Summicron-M 50mm f/2 ASPH “LHSA” to commemorate the International Leica Society’s 50th Anniversary. Limited to 500 pieces worldwide, the special […]
Today, in conjunction with the announcement of the new Noctilux-M 75mm f/1.25 ASPH (read our coverage here), Leica has released new firmware for a number of digital M cameras to support the lens, as well as the […]
Today, Leica has announced a new M lens, the Noctilux-M 75mm f/1.25 ASPH. The fastest 75mm lens Leica has produced. At first blush, this lens seems an odd decision. But, the idea of a 75mm Noctilux isn’t so far […]
Leica has updated their pricing on the CCD Sensor Corrosion Upgrade Program. The main changes here are increases to the upgrade cost to the M (Typ 240), M-P (Typ 240) and the M Monochrom (Typ 246). There are no […]
After just signing up with a new login (I couldn’t get the site to send me a forgotten password for my old email address so that I could continue to use that login), have noticed some user directory areas where upgrades/revisions are needed. Under Leica cameras used there is not a check box for the M10, nor is there a check box for any of the…[Read more]
Today, in addition to the Leica CL announcement, Leica has also introduced a new TL lens – the Leica Elmarit-TL 18mm f/2.8 ASPH, in both black and silver. This APS-C sized lens in Leica’s new L mount, sets new […]
Today, Leica has expanded their APS-C offerings with a new interchangeable lens mirroless system camera – the Leica CL. With similar specifications to the recently launched Leica TL2, the CL trades in the pure m […]
The Q, with its 24MP full frame sensor will give a little better quality than the CL with an APS-C sensor. Both are going to deliver great results. The Q for me is a mini M camera where I can’t take the lens off. Even two years on, it still is best in class.
Really, the decision comes down to one important criteria. If you are looking to get into a full system camera with interchangeable lenses, the CL would be the way to go. But, if you’re happy with 28mm, the Q is tough to beat.
18mm is the actual focal length of the lens. On APS-C, it will be equivalent to a 28mm in full-frame terms.
Hope this helps.
The 18-56 TL is extremely capable, with excellent image quality and a nice focal length range. I do find myself gravitating to the 23, 35 and 60 primes more and more, though. The wider apertures and DOF control overrule flexibility for me. So, not a straight-up sacrifice in IQ. Rather a difference in overall look. And, no, I haven’t ran into situations with the original T, TL2 or CL where I needed image stabilization.
Today, Leica Camera has announced a limited edition Leica M-P (Typ 240) Set to commemorate the Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation. The Leica M-P (Typ 240) “CANADA EDITION” Set includes a custom engraved […]
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Today, Leica Camera has announced that it will now offer the popular Leica Q (Typ 116) 24MP full frame compact camera in a silver anodized finish. The camera is identical in features and specifications to the […]
Does anyone own both a Leica M240 and a Leica M10 with it’s respective leather holster (Leica 24016)? I have a M-P (typ 240) – and I’ll probably wait for a future M10-P to make a switch – so I was wondering if it would fit in the M10 holster, as it is almost the same size – just 3 millimetres thicker. I’d be just great if someone could do the test…[Read more]
Today, Leica Camera has released a special edition of the popular Sofort instant film camera in collaboration with French-Italian artist Jean Pigozzi: the Leica Sofort “LimoLand by Jean Pigozzi”. The camera […]
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