Leitz Wetzlar M10 Monochrom and 35mm Summilux

Today, Leica has announced two limited production "Leitz Wetzlar" variants. The first, the Leica M10 Monochrom "Leitz Wetzlar" is a nice surprise, given that the M10 Monochrom was just released about a month a...

Leica Offers M (Typ 240) Summer Repair Special

For a limited time, Leica USA Customer Care is offering a Summer Repair Special for Leica M (Typ 240), M-P (Typ 240) and M Monochrom (Typ 246) cameras. Regularly priced at $500, they are now offering a full CLA overhaul service for $330, a 34% discount. The o...

Leica M10-D Announced: Digital M with Analog Soul

Today, Leica has announced the Leica M10-D. Based on the recently introduced M10-P digital rangefinder, the M10-D takes the analog aesthetic to a whole new level. With no rear LCD display, an ultra quiet shutter, and a clever fold-out thumb rest that looks lik...

Photokina 2018: The Leica M-System

The Leica M10-P was announced a month ago, just ahead of Photokina. Like other 'P' models before it, the camera is a refresh/upgrade to the stock M10. With the same 24 megapixel CMOS sensor and Maestro II image...

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...