A roundup of Leica Christmas rumours: Will any of them materialise in 2021?
Our story of the 70-year-old roll of undevelopled film has captured the world's imagination. It's a great human-interest story at a time of much gloom and doom...
Jonathan reports on his pre-launch experience with the new "fast" Leica SL2-S with its 24MP sensor, image stabilisation and advanced video features.
As a break from the trials of lockdown, why not take a tour of Brighton's cosmopolitan seafront together with Leica photographers Kris Pawlowski and John Brockliss
Richard Caplan, one of London's oldest independent Leica stores, is closing afer 25 years...
After 13 years the modern range of Summarit lenses has come to the end. Since 2007 the Summarits have offered great performance at an attractive price. They were vastly underestimated and under-appreciated. It's a sad day to see them go.
A surprise call at 9 am and, by noon your editor had the Pfizer needle in his arm. The British National Health Service is in top gear, racing to protect the most vulnerable in society.
Five years on, Mike takes a look at the impact made by the Leica Q in 2015 and explains why this has been Leica's most successful digital camera to date.
Whatever happened to the Light L16? Was it a concept ahead of its time or did it fail to live up to expectations?
While 2020 is a year to forget for most of us, it won't be forgotten. It is now a date for the history books. But we should look forward to 2021 with a touch of optimism...