Get a Grip: iPhone plus Fjorden in the Baltic

Smartphones have largely displaced simple point-and-shoot cameras. With their high quality sensors and range of lenses, they are capable of delivering superb images. What...

Classic Cases announces new range of models to fit the Leica M11

British manufacturer, Classic Cases, has an enviable reputation for producing traditionally styled half cases which provide superb protection and improved grip. The latest range is designed for the Leica M11 and comes in a variety of colours and the option of an additional screen protector.

RocknRoll Straps rescue the new Panasonic Lumix S5 II with its slots instead of...

A surprising change to the Panasonic Lumix S5 Mark II version is the swapping of strap lugs for slots. Mike couldn't find a suitable strap, so consulted the expert...
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The Leica Pocket Book review: Over 100 years of product history in one convenient...

The Leica Pocket Book is in its 9th English edition now. This review explains what it offers and who will profit from it.

Leica Boutique: An affluence of accessories for the new Q3

Pimping your new Leica Q3 is fun, but expensive. Mike takes a look at what Leica accessories are worth buying, what deserve a miss and what you can spend...
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Get a grip on your Leica M with the Kamerakraft LM Grip 

Kamerakraft offers a grip for the Leica M10 models that replaces the baseplate. But is this accessory any good? In one specific situation it is unbeatable for sure...

Leica announces two new Monochrom Watch Editions

Everything appears to be going monochrome these days. Today Leica is expanding its horological catalogue with the ZM1 and ZM2 Monochrom Watch Editions. Designed...
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The M Files (17): Attachable viewfinders over almost a century

Over almost a century, Voigtländer, Zeiss, Ricoh, Olympus made attachable viewfinders. This review (The M Files, ep. 17) shows which are recommendable for your Leica or other rangefinder camera.

Rock n Roll Small Havana camera bag: A mini Tardis for all your gear

Jonathan Slack tries out the Rock n Roll Small Havana camera bag, made from novel materials and holding more than you would have thought...
Image shows light meters Hedeco Lime Two and Gossen Polysix

Decent exposure (4): The brand new Hedeco Lime Two light meter and one of...

This article reviews the German-made Hedeco Lime Two attachable light meter which is ideal for Leica and other rangefinder cameras. It also compares the Hedeco Lime Two to a historic Gossen Polysix electronic 2.

Profoto Connect flash control now compatible with Leica SL system cameras

Selected Leica stores worldwide will soon stock Profoto products and the Profoto Pro becomes compatible with Leica SL cameras...

Apple’s iPhone changed the world sixteen years ago this week

Much of the tech world was unmoved when the Steve Jobs unveiled the iPhone in January 2007. Yet, sixteen years later, this was a defining moment in the history of technology. It was a game changer and it set up Apple for the trillion dollar company it is today...

Red Dot Cameras launches hood-cap replacement for all Leica Q models

Ever had that sinking feeling when your lens cap disappears when out on assignment? Leica caps are expensive to replace, so London's Red Dot Cameras has come up with a printed thermoplastic rubber cap for the lens hood of all Leica Q cameras. At £30, it is less disastrous to lose, but the rubber material helps keep it in place...

Leica Accessories: Leather case for the Visoflex 2 and a soft leather camera wrap

If you are spending a small fortune on an electronic viewfinder or Leica camera, then you need some very superior leather accessories to keep the treasures safe...

Telling Time: Citizen Proximity smartwatch ten years on

Ten years ago on Macfilos: The search for the perfect smartwatch was still three years in the future. But did this rather cumbersome Citizen Proximity cut the mustard, even in 2012? Mike looks back on a not-so-successful try at watch/phone integration...