Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Leica D-Lux: The perfect companion for exploring Japan

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Rediscovering Japan, meeting family through the lens of the handy Leica D-Lux type 109...

Leica I Model A: First review of the new 1930 model

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January 1930 and I have just been asked by Leitz Optische Werke to review the latest version of their miniature marvel of technology, the Leica I Model A miniature camera. It is truly revolutionary. Because it uses 35mm cine film you can feed enough stock into a little steel cassette to allow up to 36 pictures without having to stop and reload. It’s also very advanced, with automatic features such as a knob that advances the film by exactly one frame at a time and cocks the shutter simultaneously.

Zeiss ZX1: Now heading to the maternity ward at long last

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The computational Zeiss ZX1: It's (almost) here at last following two years of gestation. Will it be a hit or a miss?

LHSA Annual Meeting zooms in to your home

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This year the LHSA’s Annual Meeting goes electronic because of the Covid pandemic. There is still room to register for the evening which takes place on Friday and Saturday, October 9 and 10.

Leica SL promotion: Save up to £1,000 on lenses this Autumn

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Save up to £1,000 on a Leica SL system in October and November

Ultimate Adventure? What you need’s a Leica V-Lux 5 Explorer Kit

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Leica’s latest lure comes in the shape of the long-nosed V-Lux 5 Explorer Kit. What more could you wish as you jet...

Bundle up for a super-zoom Leica experience

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Here's a chance to grab Leica's superzoom compact, the C-Lux, with a bunch of free accessories—while stocks last...

The L-Mount Alliance is two years old. It is a win-win combination for all...

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The L-Mount Alliance is two years old today. Such a lot has happened in the past 24 months, so much more than anyone expected. It has been a win-win situation for all three participants, including Leica

M9 sensor replacement: Now you can turn your colour digital into a Monochrom

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More companies are now offering to replace your corroded Leica M9 Sensor. And you can now convert your colour camera into a Monochrom

Panasonic S5 and its peers: Handsome piggy in the middle

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This photograph of three Panasonic cameras illustrates just how small and light the new Lumix S5 is in comparison with the S1R and GH5.