Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Leica D-Lux: The perfect companion for exploring Japan

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


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

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

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

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

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

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...

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

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

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