Monday, September 23, 2019

Wetzlar camera auction on October 5 — catalogue available

The first Wetzlar Camera auction, organised by world-renowned expert and local dealer, Lars Netopil, takes place on October 5, 2019.

Billingham launches new Hadley Pro 2020 system bag

Billingham's much-loved Hadley Pro has been upgraded with new features and a "2020" design label. Frequent travellers will appreciate the new rear strap to attach to luggage.

Classic Cases half-case for Leica Q2

The Classic Case tailored for the new Leica Q2 is available. It's hand-crafted in Scotland, built to last and is something of a rare bargain these days.

Arte di Mano’s Leica Q2 case with optional access to battery and SD card

Leather half-cases offer great protection for your camera. But getting to the battery or SD card can be a problem. Arte di Mano has the perfect solution for the Leica Q2 range

Review: Billingham 72, single-camera bag for Leica Q, Sony RX1 and more

No sooner had I finished reviewing the new Billingham Hadley One system bag when along came something quite different. The Billingham 72,...

Arte di Mano cases for latest Leica cameras

Arte di Mano, a connoisseur option in Leica cases, have introduced a range to cover the Leica CL, D-Lux 7 and C-Lux.

In-camera charging: Leica misses out on an essential feature

Are you a fan of in-camera battery charging? I believe it is now a must-have feature for all cameras. Have your say....

Rock n’ Roll: Choosing a strap that makes your camera lighter

What's the best strap to use with a large mirrorless or digital SLR? Mike has the answer.....

Taab Focus Rings: Transform the handling of your non-tab Leica lenses

What do the current Leica 50mm Summicron, 50mm Noctilux and 75/90mm Apo-Summicrons have in common? They all lack a focus tab, something that I find near essential, especially in a smaller-diameter lens such as the 50 Cron.

Review: Billingham 35 photographer’s rucksack

Fed up with carrying a shoulder bag? Too much strain on the shoulder? If so, a Billingham rucksack could be your answer. Mike has had a look at the smaller Rucksack 35.