Leica Q2 coming soon?

Lightroom adds support for Leica M10-P, M10-D and D-Lux 7

Lightroom now supports Leica’s new D-Lux 7, M10-P and M10-D cameras

Arte di Mano cases for latest Leica cameras

Arte di Mano, a connoisseur option in Leica cases, have introduced a range to cover the Leica CL, D-Lux 7 and C-Lux.

Photokina 2019 cancelled, but is an annual show sustainable?

Moving Photokina to an annual Spring slot meant there would be two shows within seven months. However, the 2019 event has now bitten the dust and the next gathering will be in May 2020. But what of the future?

New iPad Pro: Is it a good choice for photographers?

I have always preferred processing and handling asset management on my Mac. I’ve never really bonded with the iPad as a primary productivity tool. But things change, iPads get better. Could the new 12.9in iPad Pro be the tipping point?

Leica Store Melbourne: Australia’s second site proves tempting

The second Leica Store in Australia has opened in Melbourne. Our on-the-spot correspondent, Jason Hannigan, went along to see if he could be tempted….

Leica D-Lux 7 rounds off a week of pleasant surprises

The new Leica D-Lux is in for review and is off to perform its duty back in Germany…..

Leica announced new FOTOS app for most cameras

Leica’s FOTOS app is now officially launched — download it to your iPhone or Android phone.

Leica D-Lux 7 arrives in a stunning silver finish. Price £995

The Leica D-Lux 7 turns out to be a very pretty camera, one of the most Leica-like compacts the firm has produced so far. With its head-turning looks, the camera packs another surprise — it costs under £1,000, just £145 more than its Panasonic sibling. That’s got to be a good deal.

Whatever happened to the Leica M10-D?

Nearly a month after launch, few, if any, M10-D models have been supplied to consumers in the UK. Dealers had expected sufficient cameras to meet pre-orders but, so far, there is no word of what is going on….

Leica M10-D: A pain in the eye or what?

Much forum time has been spent on the Leica M10-D’s new faux advance lever and it has attracted some adverse comment, largely because it is seen as trying to be something it isn’t. But think of it as a thumb rest and it becomes a perfect design, folding out of the way when not needed and leaving the hot shoe available for the EVF