Saturday, July 4, 2020

Plitvice National Park: Exploring the upper lakes in summer and autumn

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From late summer to early winter, the Plitvice lakes provide an ever-changing feast of colour and texture as Kevin found when he took his "vintage" Leica X1 and X Vario for an outing in the wild...

Behind the Leica Q: All our own work in Wetzlar

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The Leica Q, unlike the X series models, is entirely assembled at the Wetzlar factory by German workers. It is thus a first for Leica in the compact market. Confirmation came in an interview with designer Vincent Laine and Peter Kruschewski, head of the Compact Cameras division, in an article published in DigitalVersus on July 18.

Sigma Contemporary: Three fast primes exclusively for Leica CL and TL. Or not.

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Sigma's launch of three primes just for the Leica TL/CL is curious but, nonetheless, very welcome. It could put some new life into the system.

Camera stores looted and burned down in US protests

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Over the past 72 hours, at least two well-known camera stores have been put out of business during the protests in the...

Ken falls in love with the Leica Q2: It’s immortal, it’s inexpensive

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It's Immortal: Ken heaps praise on Leica's Q2

Toronto over the past 40 years: An introduction

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Richard Scott takes us on a tour of Toronto over the past 40 years

Away from the D-Day beaches, walks along the Alabaster Coast of Normandy

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The beautiful Normandy coast, stretching from the Seine to the Somme, is a perfect location for a walking holiday.

Battle of Imphal-Kohima and the Forgotten Army

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Farhiz pays a visit to the historic battlefields of Imphal-Kohima and remembers the Forgotten Army

Camera Bags: Fogg and the new satchmo

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What is it about camera bags – or even bags in general – that turns us into collectors? We can't get enough of 'em. Jonathan explains as he lays eyes on Fogg's latest, the all-leather SatchMo.

Sigma announces three Contemporary fast APS-C primes for L-Mount

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Sigma has just introduced three fast APS-C primes when the only compatible cameras are Leica's CL and TL2. What's happening here?