Leica USA Extends Limited Time Savings Program

Today, Leica Camera USA has announced that the Exchange Rate Savings Program, which has lowered the prices of nearly all Leica photographic products* has been extended until June 30, 2015. The full details of t...

Leica USA Offers Limited Time Savings

Made in Germany, Savings in AmericaLeica Camera USA has announced the Exchange Rate Savings Program, a new consumer promotion offering savings on almost all Leica Photographic Products*. This promotion runs...

Leica Announces Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246)

Today, Leica Camera has announced the new Leica M Monochrom (Typ 246), successor to the hugely popular Leica M Monochrom. The camera contains an essentially identical feature set to the recently released Leica M-P (Typ 240) but with the color filter array remo...

Exposing the Soul: Portraiture with the Leica M240

What’s a portrait? In today’s world of cute pics and throw away selfies, the art of portraiture has been slipping away faster and faster. Even in the world of wedding photography, which is the world I inhabit, photographers take picture after picture with peop...

The Great Debate: CCD vs. CMOS – Part 3

The results are in! Thanks so much to everyone who cast their votes in both Part 1 and Part 2 of this experiment.The ExperimentTo recap, I was testing the theory that images from a Leica CCD-based camer...

Leica M-P (Typ 240) Safari Set Unboxing

Today, we have received the new Leica M-P (Typ 240) Set Safari with Silver Summicron-M 35mm f/2 ASPH which was announced by Leica only a few weeks ago. Anxious to check out this gorgeous camera and lens combination, we are happy to present a full set of unboxi...

The Great Debate: CCD vs. CMOS – Part 2

Make sure you read and vote on Part 1 of the Great Debate: CCD vs. CMOS before venturing on to this test.In the first installment, I published various sets of images, each containing one shot from the Leica...

The Great Debate: CCD vs. CMOS – Part 1

Since the Leica M (Typ 240) was introduced, there's been an ongoing debate regarding the merits of CCD vs. CMOS sensors. From a technological and marketing viewpoint, Leica needed to make the move from CCD to C...