Leica M7 Film Camera Discontinued

Today marks the passing of a legend, the venerable Leica M7. First introduced in 2002 as the follow-up to the M6, the Leica M7 brought a more modern aperture priority mode and electronically-controlled shutter ...

Leica M10 Review: The Quintessential Digital M

The Leica M10 might be the most ‘analog’ digital M yet. And perhaps the most faithful to the M lineage. This should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed Leica’s journey into digital photography over the last decade or so. Every step of the way, the v...

Firmware Ver 1.3.4.0 for Leica M10 Released

Today, less than a month after release, Leica has issued a firmware update for the Leica M10.You can download the firmware here: Leica M10 Firmware 1.3.4.0.These aren't fixes for anything egregious. Rather,...

Leica M-System Promotions Extended

Leica has extended two of its most recent M-System promotions until November 30, 2016. Previously, the promotions were set to expire on September 30, 2016, just days from now.The first promotion to be exten...

Leica USA Offers M Camera Trade-Up Promo with $750 Rebate

In commemoration of 10 years of digital M photography, Leica Camera USA has announced a trade up program towards the purchase of a new M body, featuring a $750 mail-in rebate. To take advantage of the program, trade in any camera towards a new M (Typ 240), M-P...

Leica M-D (Typ 262) Starts Shipping in US

The first batch of Leica M-D (Typ 262) cameras are making their way to dealers in the US this week.The initial delivery, as is the case for most new Leica products, is extremely meager, with just a handful ...

CineStill films and the resurgence of analog photography

Film is making a resurgence. Whether this is the final gasp of air or a new breath of life has yet to be determined. While big names like Kodak and Fuji are cutting production of once iconic photographic mediums, and labs across the country are closing their d...