More companies are now offering to replace your corroded Leica M9 Sensor. And you can now convert your colour camera into a Monochrom
I roll of 35mm film exposed two generations ago in Switzerland and Italy. It has remained undeveloped through the decades and now provides a unique and poignant record or a vacation by an unknown family. We would like to get in touch and returned their unseen holiday snaps...
Following Leica's ending of the M9 sensor replacement programme, a New Jersey company comes to the rescue of stranded owners.
My new Leica baby is this venerable IIIf "red-dial" screw-mount rangefinder. I've long wanted to dip into the collectibles market ...
Richard Scott takes us on a tour of Toronto over the past 40 years
Panasonic's new baby S5, the solution for those who find the S1 or Leica SL too heavy, offers great performance at an attractive price. And if you order before the end of September you get a free Sigma 45mm lens. Not much not to like about this deal...
First look at the Leica APO-Summicron-SL 50mm f/2 by Jonathan Slack
Macfilos today launches an interactive datasheet of all L-Mount lenses available for use on Pansonic, Leica and Sigma cameras. Use it as your reference point from now on.
The Leica digital rangefinder exists in a parallel universe to other cameras on the market. It appeals to a traditional user base and opportunities for radical changes are limited. What's next? When will we see the M11? Mike takes a guess
Leica's high-resolution M10-R has been in the hands of Jonathan Slack for nearly a year. In that time he has come love the camera and is planning to buy one for keeps.