Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Leica job losses as company faces the second digital revolution

The camera market continues to shrink but Leica remains optimistic as it tackles the second digital revolution. This is despite recent setbacks.

King John says slow, Dr Seuss says go

Visiting Runnymede and the Magna Carta? Why not take a little detour and discover the delights of sunny Egham in the county of Surrey?

Frank Pick: The man who transformed London’s transport infrastructure

Frank Pick, London's Baron Haussmann, has left an indelible legacy on London's architecture and transport infrastructure. His London Underground roundel, one of the most recognised symbols in the world, is 100 years old this year.

Stabilisation is now a box-tickers’ essential

DPReview has said that in future the absence of in-body stabilisation in a camera system will be regarded as a definite con. No longer is it seen as an option, it's definitely a necessity. Macfilos investigates....

Keeping over-exposure under control

Does film cope better with highlights? Does digital bring more recovery potential from underesposed areas. It's a complex issue but we reached a conclusion

Pressure in the full-frame mirrorless market

Competition is hotting up in the full-frame mirrorless market. The new Panasonic S1 offers fierce competition for Leica's elderly SL but at a bargain price. No red dot, though.

Game of Phones: What next for Leica’s Chinese partnership?

Will Huawei's fall from grace spoil the party for Leica's partnership?

Leica M10-D: Digital for the next decade

Want a simple, high-quality digital camera that will last you into the 2030s? Look no further than Leica's unique M10-D, the screenless wonder

Leica Q: Long term review and deciciso​n on upgrading to the Q2

Own a Leica Q? Should you upgrade to the Q2 or stick with the old model for the next year or two?

Leica Mirrorless: A smaller ILC camera in prospect?

Would you welcome a smaller mirrorless Leica, one able to thandle M lenses as well as full-frame autofocus glass? Mike turns on the fantasy.