Thursday, October 17, 2019

Aperture bites the dust: macOS Catalina and 32-bit applications

If you are still relying on Apple Aperture for your photographic library be afraid, be very afraid. It will stop working if you upgrade to MacOs Catalina so you need to find an alternative application as soon as possible.

Macfilos Advertising: A quick link to ARRI

Following an advertisement all the way to Charlotte Street and a dose of cine

Fuji X-Pro 3 with hidden back screen

What do you think of Fuji's new XPro 3 with its novel rear info screen? I think it will appeal to Fuji buyers who tend to be more conservative and traditional. It's almost as interesting as the Leica M10-D!

Leica Summers: An alternative view

Could this be the Andy Summers editiont that didn't see the light of day. Leica Rumors asks which we prefer — prototype or finished product.

Leica Monochrom Andy Summers Signature Edition

Here's a chance to bag an Andy Summers special Leica Monochrom and a matching Fender guitar. At a price....

Leica opts out of Photokina

Leica, along with Nikon and Olympus and others, will not be exhibiting at Photokina in 2020. It isn't the first time Leica...

Leica to establish computational imaging centre in California

Leica has bucked the downward trend in the camera industry, achieving a modest growth of seven percent. The company is now tackling the "second digital revolution" by establishing a centre of excellence in Silicone Valley.

Panasonic 24-70 S Pro: How it stacks up against Leica’s Vario-Elmarit-SL and the Lumix...

How does Panasonic's new 24-70mm Lumix S Pro zoom compare with the Leica Vario-Elmarit-SL 24-90mm? On paper, the new Lumix offers a good deal.

Now we are ten: Happy birthday, Leica M9 and X1

This week sees the 10th birthday of the Leica M9 — and let's not forget the little X1 which, in its way, made a big impression

Leica SL2 pictures leaked in Japan

Pictures released in Japan by the rumor site Nokishita appear to show the new Leica SL2 which will be launched later this year. We can learn a lot from the images.